A complete video series of tutorials on EP-4
made in collaboration with Groove3.
Learn how Fender Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos work, and see where all the main controls for their electro-mechanical elements are located on the Lounge Lizard interface.
See how these controls are used to simulate the force of the impact of the piano’s hammer striking the fork, the stiffness of the hammer, and the noise generated during the impact.
Explore the Tine and Tone Bar controls, and hear how they influence the shape and colour of the sound once notes are struck by the hammer.
See how these controls model the way a magnetic coil captures the sound of the fork in an electric piano, and hear how can produce everything from a clean to an overdriven distorted tone.
Hear how this module is used to simulate the production of noise when dampers are either raised from, or applied on, the fork; when a key is either depressed or released.
Discover how these controls are used to modulate either amplitude or panning, based on a repeating triangle or square shaped LFO.
Hear Lounge Lizard’s various multi effects in action.
See how the Play View is used to access the main parameters from the edit and FX views.
Learn how to assign and save MIDI hardware control assignments, how to create, save, and manage presets and banks, and how to work with program and bank change messages.
Explore ways of using a few simple parameter tweaks to expand the factory presets
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