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    Posted: 08 Dec 2009 at 2:36pm
Hey,

There are often multiple gain stages on signal paths to allow you to change the level at different points, as each stage will have a unique effect on the sound. This means you can set a level of an individual oscillator in the oscillator section, then use the filter(s) to cut out a lot of the frequencies, making it quieter, then boost the level post filter in the amplifier section. Also, as there is flexible routing, you can route both oscillators to either filter or both, so the level in the amplifier section often affects both oscillators, rather than just one. When you are routing at least one of the oscillators to both filters then you'll definitely want additional gain stages both after the filter sections (amp levels) as well as a master level for the combined signal at the output (global volume), as you have with Analogue.

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Rob
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Hey,

Please explain me why there are two level-parameters per OSC.
One in the OSC and one in the Amp part.

Aren't they redundant?
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