How to Make a Noise: Analog, Frequency Modulation, and Sample-Based Synthesis

October 31, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Three new books in the How to Make a Noise series have just been published. Each book focuses on different approaches to synthesizer sound creation so the musician can choose the right tool for the job.

How to Make a Noise: Analog Synthesis starts from the basic principle of taking a sound source and shaping it with a filter. This simple but powerful technique can be applied to any hardware or software synthesizer to create the warm, rich, energetic, and commanding sounds that are often associated with classic hardware synthesizers.

http://noisesculpture.com/analog

How to Make a Noise: Frequency Modulation Synthesis looks at frequency modulation (or FM) synthesis which works through a continuous and controllable interaction of two or more waves to give a broad spectrum of detailed, highly nuanced, bright, rich, shimmering, clean, metallic, and solid tones that can be used to create many musical (and non-musical) sounds.

http://noisesculpture.com/fm

How to Make a Noise: Sample-Based Synthesis looks at how to sample, create, and control sounds—from high fidelity realistic recreations of real instrument in their original environment, through creative warped tones, to drums and loops—and the tools and techniques that are available to help.

http://noisesculpture.com/sample

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