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Softube´s Modular
SoloStuff´s SoloRack
accSone´s CrusherX
u-he´s Bazille
u-he´s Zebra
Frequency + Phase Modulation
Granular Techniques
Grandpa Soundstone
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The World is Sound
Why not Your Choice?
Why not Your Choice?
Why not Your Choice?
Why not Your Choice?
Why not Your Choice?
Why not Your Choice?
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21 April 2018
21 April 2018
* NEW SITE - NEW SERVICES *
Members´ Area, News Service, DIY Corner ...
What is it all about?
How does it help you?
...that everybody can use to build new software instruments for sample players. How to ...
* A Sonic Electron Microscope *
This chapter explains all principles, techniques and facts about modular synthesis, using two certain synth systems, but actually staying independent from them.
Dive deep into the world of grains and discover, what is going on in your sounds on the level of milliseconds. Hear melting ice screaming and rivers singing songs.
Let´s admit it: we love our gear and get crazy about the looks of our equipment. And after all: we urgently need some additional toys, don´t we? Nice to know what´s going on under the surfaces, don´t you think?
I wouldn´t go so far and call it a philosophy of sound. But the questions, approaches and experiments in this chapter are kind of unorthodox - and basic at the same time.
Well, concerning this perfect software emulation of real hardware modules I´m in love with details. And so is this series of tutorials. It certainly helps you getting the most out of your "Modular".
Seeing this synth I couldn't help starting a second series about modular synthesis. SoloRack is not an emulation of anything, but uses the possibilities of software to create modules of it´s -very - own kind.
This series does only one single thing: shedding light on every detail - even the smallest - of this flagship of a granular processor. You want to be called the "Grain Professor"? Well, take these tutorials in then.
Be sure to discover new aspects and possibilities of this monster of a softsynth even after years of working with it. Is there any sound at all, which cannot be created by "Bazille"? Let´s analyse some great patches made by masters of sound design.
The huge amount of modules and the extremely flexible way of combining them makes Zebra the go-to synth for complex sound design. This series of analysing fabulous patches deals with all versions of Zebra.
From the very basics to the state of the art machines of today this series of workshops leads you through the abstract matter of FM/PM. You´ll understand at last, what is it all about, even without a lot of maths.
This chapter introduces certain granular techniques and reports about projects, which instrumentalise granular processing to reach their goals. "Greenhorns" may watch the CrusherX tutorials 1-8 first.
...or: "Learning is Sexy". The fictive character of Grandpa Soundstone stumbles across the field of sound and computers, discovering fundamental relations, which enable him to build interesting gear.
...or: "Our hands can do more than hammering on different kinds of keyboards". Anyway, burning mom´s kitchen table with a soldering iron is an experience nobody should miss. :-)
Discovering sound outside of our studio. Experiments, experiences and philosophy of sound (here, at last, it comes: the "why at all are we doing, what we do every day?")
Yes! I seriously lay a part of my (productive) live in your hands. Don´t hesitate telling me, what I should produce a video about. (Well, there are some conditions ...)
Yes! I seriously lay a part of my (productive) live in your hands. Don´t hesitate telling me, what I should produce a video about. (Well, there are some conditions ...)
Yes! I seriously lay a part of my (productive) live in your hands. Don´t hesitate telling me, what I should produce a video about. (Well, there are some conditions ...)
Yes! I seriously lay a part of my (productive) live in your hands. Don´t hesitate telling me, what I should produce a video about. (Well, there are some conditions ...)
Yes! I seriously lay a part of my (productive) live in your hands. Don´t hesitate telling me, what I should produce a video about. (Well, there are some conditions ...)
Yes! I seriously lay a part of my (productive) live in your hands. Don´t hesitate telling me, what I should produce a video about. (Well, there are some conditions ...)