Lynda Up and Running with Ableton Analog TUTORiAL
Want to get rich, vintage synth sounds? Get up and running with Ableton Live's virtual synthesizer, Analog. Rick Schmunk shows how to create sounds using oscillators, sculpt the sounds with filters, and add motion to the sounds using modulation. He wraps up the course with practical "recipes" for creating a variety of archetypal analog synthesizers sounds, including sidechain saw bass, mellow pad, and vintage lead sounds, with Ableton Analog.
*Creating a default preset
*Creating richer sounds with oscillator tuning
*Using filters to sculpt sounds
*Shaping volume with amp envelopes
*Creating motion with filter modulation
*Creating different synth sounds, from saw bass to vintage lead
Groove3 SubBoomBass Explained TUTORiAL
Rob Papen's SubBoomBass is far more than just a Subsonic Bass Generator, it's a full fledged polyphonic synthesizer with an integrated step sequencer as well. In this tutorial series, studio tech guru Alex Solano shows you how to get down low with this powerful creative virtual instrument!
After a brief overview of SubBoomBass's capabilities, Alex starts with the various Play modes, showing you how to use it as both a Bass Generator and Polyphonic Synth. Alex then goes into the components of the synthesizer, with videos on the Oscillators, Filter, Sequencer, Free Mod Four-Part Modulation Matrix, and Effects.
Once you've explored the components of SubBoomBass, Alex gets into the fun stuff by demonstrating how to use this soft synth creatively. First, he demonstrates how to Create a Pitchy Lead by taking a simple melody and using SubBoomBass's Pitch Modulation capability.
Alex then shows you how to make a rich, polyphonic Pad Sound, as well as how to sculpt a Deep House patch using FM Synthesis. Wrapping it up, Alex demonstrates how to use both Oscillators to craft a Classic House patch and how to use SubBoomBass to build a traditional 90s R&B synth lead.
Whether you've never used SubBoomBass before and want to see what it can do, or you're an experienced SubBoomBass user who wants to go deeper, watch "SubBoomBass Explained" today
Lynda Up and Running with Studio One 3 TUTORiAL
Studio One is an up-and-coming DAW that's a serious contender for "best DAW ever. " Its speed and agility belie its powerful editing tools and rich library of sounds. In this course, author Scott Hirsch shows how to get started with Studio One 3, beginning with the Start page and device setup. He then shows how to start recording a new song with templates and Studio One's built-in loops. Next, Scott moves into editing and arranging audio and MIDI, explaining important techniques like quantizing MIDI and creating multi-instruments. He then covers automating and mixing in the console, and using Studio One's mastering and digital publishing tools to share your tracks with the world.
* Configuring your interface and external MIDI devices
* Customizing preferences
* Creating a new song
* Configuring and recording audio
* Loop recording
* Creating multi-instruments
* Quantizing and editing MIDI
* Conforming to the beat
* Mixing in Studio One
* Mastering with EQ, compression, and limiting
* Exporting the final song
Lynda Up and Running with Omnisphere 2 TUTORiAL
Spectrasonics Omnisphere is a synthesizer of enormous power, with a library of over 12,000 sounds. Its versatility makes it valuable for any kind of music production, including film scoring. In this Omnisphere training course, J. Scott Giaquinta explains what makes this amazing synth work, including the concepts behind headers, multis, parts, and layers, and shows how to find sounds in its extensive libraries. He also demonstrates how to use the Orb, a unique circular controller, and the granular engine to modify sounds, and build your own sounds with features such as the Modulation Matrix and FX modules. In the final chapters, J. Scott G. shows how to create two completely new sounds (a bass sound and pad) from scratch with Omnisphere.
* Navigating the Omnisphere header and multis
* Setting up automation
* Managing presets and patches
* Using the Orb to manipulate sounds
* Exploring the Synth and Sample modes
* Using filters, envelopes, and LFOs
* Using granular to mangle sounds
* Understanding the Arpeggiator
* Using Stack and Live mode
* Creating sounds from scratch
Lynda Up and Running with Universal Audio UAD-2/Apollo TUTORiAL
Learn how to use the powerful UAD-2 and Apollo software/hardware combo from Universal Audio to mix down songs and emulate classic analog sounds. J. Scott Giaquinta shows how to connect the Apollo system to a computer and DAW, navigate around the UAD interface, and work with features such as the UAD Meter, Unison tracking, and wordclocking. Then he digs deep into the core plugins, including the 1176 and LA-2A amplifiers, as well as the compressors, equalizers, delay and modulation effects, special processing units, and reverbs that make Universal Audio's classic sounds some of the best in today's digital audio world.
* Navigating the interface
* Configuring the Apollo Console
* Using the wordclock to ensure high-fidelity mixes
* Exploring the UAD core plugins, compressors, EQs, effects, processing units, and reverbs
Ask Video Prophet 6 101 Prophet 6 Revealed TUTORiAL
Rich-sounding analog electronics, enclosed in a beautiful wooden instrument, sound like a dream come true! Welcome Dave Smith’s Prophet 6! This 32-tutorial course reveals how this exciting new synth works!
The original Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 changed the path of analog synth history. This re-imagined Prophet 6 captures the essence of the '80s analog feel and adds some of its own unique twists! In this course, Matt Vanacoro, takes you through every aspect of this exceptional instrument.
You learn its geography: where all the knobs and buttons are and what they do. You get a series of lessons in the Prophet’s unique, analog signal flow… essential information in a hardware-based instrument! Most of all, Matt takes you through the process of creating your own sounds utilizing virtually every control the Prophet 6 has to offer.
By the time you complete this 32-tutorial course, you will be totally comfortable programming, performing and producing your own unique sounds and soundscapes with this extremely powerful instrument. So sit back and learn everything you need to know about the Dave Smith Instruments' Prophet 6!
Lynda Up and Running with Splice TUTORiAL
Splice enables music producers, audio engineers, and all kinds of DAW users store their projects, settings, and samples on the cloud. It also allows users to easily share those files with collaborators. In this course, producer Nate Mars shows you how to connect your studio to the cloud, back up and manage projects with Splice's unlimited storage capabilities, promote new releases, and find new sounds and inspiration within the ever-expanding Splice community.
* Creating a Splice account
* Adding your projects to Splice
* Working with collaborators
* Using Splice Sounds
* Discovering popular plugins
* Creating a release using the Splice DNA Player