Unsynced LFO to OSC pitch

Unsynced LFO to OSC pitch

Audiotent Tip #437 // Unsynced LFO to OSC pitch

This small modulation setting can lead to some very interesting textures, especially when designing pad sounds. A slow rate LFO assigned to your oscillators pitch will add some drift and movement. By choosing an unsynced LFO there will be less predictability. You can take this one step further by assigning different LFO rates and amounts to each of your oscillators.

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