SYNTHESIZER – What is an LFO and How to Use it in Omnisphere and Massive12:05

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SYNTHESIZER – What is an LFO and How to Use it in Omnisphere and Massive

by | Jun 3, 2017 | EFFECTS, LFO, MASSIVE, OMNISPHERE, SYNTHESIZER

SYNTHESIZER – What is an LFO and How to Use it ?

In this tutorial made by the channel How the HELL do you do that, Zion?! , you are going to understand what is an LFO (low frequency oscillators) on a synthesizer. This video specifically gives suggestion on how to manipulate and use LFO’s .

The trainer uses several examples of how it can be applied in synthesizers, specifically Native Instruments Massive and Spectrasonic’s Omnisphere.

MY OPINION

A lot of useful tricks for using LFO’s on your synthesizer.

Level : Advanced Beginner

  • Using LFO’s in Massive and Omnisphere
  • Tutorial Duration = 12min04sec

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