The Parsec Spectral Synthesizer is a sound designers dream. With two independent sound engines, up to 1024 oscillators per voice, a wide range of sound sculpting tools, built-in effects and free modulation routing, Parsec is capable of an incredibly wide range of sounds.
In this tutorial, product specialist Mattias shows you how to create a beautiful bell sound from scratch. If you want to go deeper with Parsec, this video is for you.
Parsec Spectral Synthesizer — the futuristic sound of additive synthesis for the Reason Rack. With two independent sound engines, up to 1024 oscillators per voice, a wide range of sound sculpting tools, built-in effects and free modulation routing
Parsec is Available in the Propellerhead Shop:
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Additive Synthesis is an entirely different type of synthesizer technology than most of us use in our music. Historically speaking, that’s because Additive Synthesis has been hard to understand and a heavy burden on computers to keep up with the hundreds of oscillators needed to make complex sounds.
Well we’ve fixed that. Parsec is our latest Rack Extension instrument for Reason and it brings a completely new and musical approach to Additive Synthesis.
In this Micro Tutorial, you’ll learn all about how Additive Synthesis works and how you can experiment with Parsec to bring new sounds to your music.
Vintage synth tech tutorial
How to install the HxC floppy drive emulator on an E-MU Emax 1
The SD HxC Floppy Emulator can be buy on the Lotharek page. I use the Rev-F Black version. All works of your own risc!
all sounds in the tutorial: E-MU Emax SE sample library
This is how you set up the Novation Ultranova to be used inside of Maschine 2.o or really any DAW
How to achieve the classic Larry Heard “Can You Feel It” bass line
Ski Oakenfull breaks down one of the best known tracks from electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk. This deconstruction took place at Ableton’s artists meet and greet at Sync Studios, Barcelona.
How to play with Polyphonic Aftertouch on Channel Pressure “only” synths. You need a synth with multi patch support like the Oberheim Xpander, Studio Electronics Code 8 and Alesis Andromeda.
Number 10 in the SynthMania quick tips series – here’s one way to obtain the classic “Hi-NRG fast sequenced synths” used in many hits of the ’80s.
Here’s a good classic vintage example:
Dead Or Alive – You Spin Me Round
At popular request, Ean shares how he has the VU meters in Traktor mapped to four different channels on his Kontrol X1 controllers. Read more: http://www.djtechtools.com/2013/10/27…
In this series, we demonstrate how to efficiently and painlessly create sample chains, to be used in the Elektron Octatrack, or any other sampler. This video focuses on creating a very simple chain with 8 similar sounding samples.