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Frequency Modulation / Phase Modulation Workshop 1

(You get the full script of the video including all pictures and graphics as a downloadable PDF file in the Members´Area.)
Every part of this workshop consists of three modules: a theoretical one explaining how frequency modulation works, a practical one introducing an FM/PM VST (the DX7 clone "DEXED" in parts 1-3) or hardware synth and an even more practical one patching certain sounds with the instrument following a previous developped plan.
Timeline:

00:00 Introduction
00:51 Column 1
00:53 The VST DEXED
01:20 Download and Installation
02:00 Overview
03:35 The Operator
04:10 The Algorithms
04:28 Managing Files and Cartridges
09:00 Handling the Hidden
                           AppData Folder
09:40 HOMEWORK 1
10:00 Managing Single Presets
13:00 Data Transfer VST ---
                          Hardware
13:46 HOMEWORK 2
14:12 The Envelopes
19:19 Special Behaviour (of the
                          Envelopes)
21:52 HOMEWORK 3
24:18 Column 2
24:20 Some Basic Terms
26:13 First Modulations
27:55 FM or PM????
30:07 Carrier and Modulator
30:45 Ratio and Amplitude
31:35 Creating a Saw Wave
32:50 Creating a Square Wave
33:28 Rule 1
33:45 Modulation Amplitude
34:54 Rule 2
35:17 Filter Simulation
35:51 HOMEWORK 4
37:40 Column 3
37:42 A Plucked String
40:55 Ratio 1:3
50:55 HOMEWORK 5
51:40 HOMEWORK 6
52:05 Some Notes and the End
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