How to make sine wave ES2 Logic

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  1. Junglist_007

    Junglist_007 learning difficulties

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    Ezy, Does anyone know how to make plain sin wave patch? As in this video he says he don't like using presets. So he made his own sin wave patch. Anyone know how to do that? or any guides? Really like that sound. Thanks for any help :)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3bH5o7mDg8
     
  2. subprime

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    I'm guessing that he means he just started with a plain sine wave to start building the patch from.
    I don't know ES2 at all but if you can initialise it and then set the first oscillator to 'Sine'????
     
  3. hooka

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    look in the presets for the es2, should be called plain sine or sine bass. otherwise take the es2 back to scratch by turning everything off then turn on the first oscillator and choose the sine wave.
     
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    doesnt have an initialize setting, unless u save it as a new preset.
     
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    Cheers for the replys i shall take a look. I'm bit of n00b when it comes to this lol.
     
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  7. sam the dnb man

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    Go onto presets and look in the tutorial part.
    There is something called FM start or something like that.
    I use that, all it is is a sine wave.