TutsPlus Fun With Web Audio TUTORiAL
In this course, Tuts+ instructor Stuart Memo will show you how to build something you don't usually see in a web browser: a synthesizer. Stuart will demonstrate how to build a little musical keyboard with real-time additive audio synthesis. You'll also get a chance to experiment with analyzing sound and visualizing audio information on-screen.
Kadenze Sound Synthesis Using Reaktor Session 2 TUTORiAL
This course provides an introductory overview of audio synthesis and visual programming using Native Instruments' Reaktor Software. Students will receive an in-depth look into various audio synthesis methods, including: additive, subtractive, sampling, wavetable, physical modeling, and granular synthesis, as well as the various types of modulation synthesis. Students will also learn about the history of the synthesizer and electronic music, and will take a look at many of the current sound design trends in electronic music.
Additional topics include:
• Sound + waveform characteristics (Timbre)
• Analog + digital signals
• Signal flow
• Sound design
• Audio effects
• Production techniques
• Audio warping/FFT
Sonic Academy Synthesis & Sound Design How To Use FL Studio Harmor with SeamlessR TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
Sonic Academy presents How To Use FL Studio’s Harmor with the Jedi Master that is SeamlessR. Taking us through it’s massively powerful additive synth engine, SeamlessR gives us an overview of what addititve synthesis is, how it differs from Subtractive and how it can be applied to create some truly stunning results.
We dive deep into the Oscillators, Filters and Phaser modules, and get to grips with the very powerful multipoint envelope editor, which can be applied to over 40 parameters in two independent parts. We cover some usual synth topics like audio resynthesis, image synthesis, blur, pluck, unison, detune and prism - making this a truly unique synth with a truly unique sound delivered in the truly unique SeamlessR style
Ask Video Reaktor 6 101 Synth Building Explored TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
Reaktor 6 is here! And so is Brian Cass to show us what’s new and how it works! Along the way, you see how to build an instrument with Reaktor’s modules! So build a DIY synth now with Brian Cass and Reaktor 6.
There’s no one better to teach Reaktor than Brian Cass. Why? Because he knows Reaktor inside and out. Add to that his enormous experience as a sound designer and synthesist and his skill as a professional educator and you’ve got the makings of an amazing Reaktor 6 course!
You learn everything about the fundamentals of Reaktor 6 and its modular, object-oriented programming system. Brian first explains the geography and anatomy of the Reaktor GUI. Next, you learn about both the Basic and Advanced panels and all the tools that are available for you to program and design a Reaktor instrument.
The final sections of this course are all about building a DIY synth. Here, you learn about the different modules, how they all patch together and how to tweak them into a a real, working synth of your own design! So join Brian and build your own cool synth with Reaktor 6!
ADSR Additive Synthesis Explained TUTORiAL
In this tutorial course, Echo Sound Works walks you through the complex but rewarding world of all things additive synthesis. Additive Synthesis is one of the three main forms of synthesis. It’s actually the oldest form of sound synthesis. It’s methods and techniques predate subtractive and FM synthesis.
Featuring more than 60 minutes of intensive video tuition, this course is broken up into 5 parts and covers everything from the theory behind Additive Synthesis to how to make sounds using harmonics and partials.
By the end of the 5 videos, you will be familiar with the concepts of Additive Synthesis and be comfortable using multiple software synthesizers that are either Additive in nature or have Additive engines.
...::: Professional Skills At Your Fingertips – Learn Craft Your Signature Sound :::...
...::: The Theory of Additive Synthesis :::...
PART 1 – INTRODUCTION - This video covers the scope of the course.
PART 2 – WHAT IS ADDITIVE SYNTHESIS - This section covers the basics of Additive Synthesis covering ideas like fundamental frequencies, harmonics, overtones, partials etc.
PART 3 – ADDITIVE SYNTHESIZERS - This video discusses and looks at some of the most popular Additive Synths on the market. If you don’t own an Additive Synth or want to know about the other options out there, this is a great video.
...::: Additive Synthesis in Practice :::...
PART 4 – HARMONICS - In this section, get a unique view on how to use harmonics and partials to sculpt sounds in an Additive engine.
PART 5 – MAKING SOUNDS - To finish up the course, we look at some generic tips and tricks that will allow you to make better sounds in any Additive synthesizer.
...::: Learn to Create Not Just Imitate :::...
As the name suggests, Additive synthesis involves adding together multiple basic waveforms to create more complex ones. Some of the most powerful VSTs including U-he Zebra, Logic Pro-X Alchemy, and a whole slew of NI Reaktor ensembles feature additive synthesis as part of their M.O.
In skilled hands, Additive Synthesis provides an amazing level of control and flexibility and can be used to create unique and unusual sounds. Difficult to master, it’s worth getting your head around if you want to design sounds that are truly original.
...::: About Your Tutor :::...
Echo Sound Works is a sound designer and music producer and one of ADSR’s lead tutors for massivesynth.com and sylenthtutorials.com. He is the creator of the best selling sound sets Massive Beast V.1, Melbourne Anthems, EDM Drops V.1 and Future EDM V.1.
He has produced music in multiple genres including EDM, singer songwriter and pop ands had his music placed everywhere from VH1 and MTV to ABC Family and Lionsgate. Professional instruction from a working producer. It’s like having your own private tutor!
Udemy Piano: Incredibly Quick and Easy Shapes Based System TUTORiAL
Why didn't I know this before!? Here we simplify the piano using no notation so that you can play any pop song you want.
Everyone would love to be able to play the piano but most people believe the piano is too hard to play and that you have to read music to do it. This is simply not true and we have plenty of great reviews that prove this point.
How does this sound, be playing songs on the piano within hours with:
No reading music?
No hours of dull practice, get better by playing the songs you want to?
Be able to say "Yes I play the piano"!
Be playing meaningful music faster than you dreamed possible
Have the skills to improvise and play by ear
Have the skills to create your own music like this person....
Do you know what a chord is? it's a bunch of notes, usually three of them that sound great together. All the songs you hear are made up of chords. They are the building blocks of songs. If you know enough chords you can play any song. We can teach you 48 of them in under an hour. To put that into perspective 14 chords is enough to play hundreds of thousands of songs - most songs only use 4! You'll have 14 chords at your fingertips within 20 minutes with this course.
I'm a professional musician (see the biog) with 20 years top flight experience and also an in demand teacher specialising in developing ways of making this stuff as simple and easy to understand as possible, we are good and we've been asked to demonste our findings and methods at some of the world's top universities.
Our piano shapes system delivers all of this:
Works for complete beginners
Brilliant for bedroom producers who don't really use their midi keyboard to its full extent
We will teach you the names of the notes in just 5 minutes - basics are important!
You will be playing your first 7 chords in just 8 minutes. Proving how easy this can be.
It's a simple step to double that to fourteen chords with another simple tip
Discover how to play a total of 48 chords in under an hour!
Learn other tips to get you playing with both hands and sounding accomplished quickly.
You can play other peoples songs you always wanted to
You can write your own!
Play in a band!
Or just for fun
Works for people who 'traditional' music lessons just didn't
Do all of this without having to go through any of the pain of learning to read music.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 15 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Know how to play 48 chords in an hour enough to play hundreds of thousand of songs
Play songs without having to go through the pain of learning to read music!
Search for the chords for any song you like and be able to work out how to play them
Astonish friends and families at your quick progress
Echo Sound Works Alchemy First Look ( Logic 10.2 Update ) TUTORiAL
In this video, Echo Sound Works walks you through some of the features in the new Logic 10.2 synth Alchemy (previously from Camel Audio).
Alchemy transforms everything.
Logic Pro X now includes Alchemy, a powerful sample-manipulation synthesizer.
Quickly find and shape sounds from the massive Alchemy library or create your own with a choice of synthesis engines and advanced morphing tools.
Produce inspiring sounds with analog-modeled filters, multiple modulation sources, an integrated arpeggiator, and a broad range of effects.
Massive library. Powerful browser.
The expansive Alchemy library delivers diverse and inspiring sounds. Find sounds for any kind of music — from EDM to Hip Hop and a wide range of emerging styles.
Easily pinpoint the right sound from over 3000 presets with the keyword browser. Select category, timbre, and articulation keywords to serve up the perfect set of useful sounds.
Then organize your favorites with star ratings and custom keywords.
Easily explore and play with sounds. Click and drag on the Transform Pad to smoothly transition between eight sound variations.
All sounds provide thoughtfully designed Performance Controls that you can customize to suit your creative needs. And you can automate controls to add intricate and compelling movement to any Alchemy track.
One monster of a synth.
Alchemy is a powerhouse synthesizer offering multiple types of synthesis in the same plug-in. Choose and combine up to four of the synth engines, which include additive, spectral, formant, granular, and virtual analog. Add a robust sampler that can import EXS24 instruments and your creative potential is limitless.