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Moog FILTER MF-101S deep dive tutorial

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The video tutorial explores the features and controls of a classic MOG filter plugin for sound manipulation, including resonance, cutoff, drive, and envelope controls. It discusses volume adjustments, gain matching, modulation techniques using envelopes and attenuators, and pedal settings for processing sound. The tutorial demonstrates manual modulation using different sources, bipolar and unipolar modulation, and creating separate envelopes for stereo signals. It showcases the versatility of the plugin in creating various sounds and textures, encouraging experimentation and creativity in sound design. Viewers are reminded to engage with the creator and support content development.

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Overview of classic MOG filter plugin features and controls.
The plugin includes drive, output, envelope, CV controls, and settings panel for customization.
Resonance and cutoff controls impact frequency cutting and boosting.
Adjusting cutoff creates different tones, with lower settings cutting high frequencies.
Drive control simulates pedal input, increasing saturation and potential distortion.
Adjusting volume and output levels on a pedal plugin for gain matching and distortion.
Gain matching in plugins is crucial for achieving desired sound levels and distortion effects.
The video demonstrates how to effectively use pedal controls to adjust volume and output levels.
The concept of an envelope follower is explained, which modulates cutoff based on incoming signals.
The envelope follower generates waveforms and reacts to input signals, providing modulation instructions for adjusting sound levels.
Overview of Envelope Modulation in Audio Processing.
The input signal influences the aggressiveness and modulation direction of the envelope.
Modulation involves moving up or down from a point to create various effects.
The mix control blends instructions for a smoother transition between effects.
Signal intensity determines the smoothness or sharpness of the sound output.
Overview of modulation techniques in synthesizers.
Demonstrates how to modulate aspects like cutoff and resonance using envelopes and attenuators.
Explains how to connect and adjust parameters for controlling modulation intensity.
Mentions options like side chain and DC modulation for further customization.
Provides a visual representation to help users understand modulation levels visually.
Modulating controls manually using different sources such as a Daw and external pedals like facer.
Mapping attenuators to modulators and utilizing LFOs for modulation.
Adjusting settings to achieve different modulation effects.
Explaining the concepts of bipolar and unipolar modulation.
Showcasing the flexibility and possibilities in sound manipulation through various modulation techniques.
Pedal settings for processing sound.
The envelope follower generates a mono envelope for stereo signal input by default, but can be changed to create separate envelopes for left and right channels.
Users can adjust settings to switch between exponential and smooth envelopes for desired sound outcomes.
The segment demonstrates processing drum sounds by adjusting cutoff and drive settings.
It explores combining plucks with kick and snare sounds and experimenting with filter settings for different effects.
Sound modulation techniques using filters, resonance, and modulation effects.
Parameters like cutoff, phaser, and LFO are adjusted to create different sounds and textures.
Emphasis on experimentation and creativity in sound design, encouraging viewers to explore various settings and effects.
Tutorial concludes with a reminder to like, subscribe, and support the creator for community engagement and financial contributions.