At first glance, Predator is a beast of a synth! But dont worry because starting with the first tutorial in this course Rishabh Rajan explains how all those knobs and parameters are visually linked and functionally organized to produce Predators leviathan sonics!
Deep down in the heart of Predator is an extremely powerful subtractive synth. Thats why Rishabh starts with an enlightening explanation of Predators unique approach to creating sounds. You learn the signal flow: from oscillators to filters to FX. You see how to magically morph between presets. You get a deep plunge into Predators plethora of modulators with their copious options and mappings. Then, after getting familiar with the FX and the inventive built-in arpeggiator, Rishabh unleashes Predators sonic passion with a series of tutorials on sound design – Rob Papen style.
So, learn synthesis, sound design and Predator all together in this course by the inspirational synthesist and music producer, Rishabh Rajan!
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Rob Papen: Predator: Unleashed by Rishabh Rajan
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A demo and tutorial of this great Mellotron M400 simulator. Also some history and multi-tracking in Cubasis via Audiobus.
In this video tutorial one converts a snare drum recording to MIDI data through Melodyne’s Editor Plugin. With this new MIDI file one can now replace the original Snare drum sound, re-enforce it, or completely change it all together.
In this video, Steinberg product specialist Sebastian Mönch teaches you how to use Micrologue inside Cubasis 1.5.
Access Part 2 of the Fast FX series and the free “How to Build a Sampler in REAKTOR” video course here: http://www.bluewatervst.com/ni-reakto…
NI REAKTOR’s Fast FX is a powerful multieffects unit optimized for performance. It’s also a bit overwhelming at first blush. Let’s crack the case…
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Max Rehbein just might be the best thing to come out of Germany since the pretzel! Never short on amazing sounds and a willingness to share his knowledge, Max is back with another sound design tutorial. This time he’ll show you how to make an Electro Bass sound using amplitude modulation in Thor. Sound complex but it’s freakishly easy. Throw on a little distortion and you’re off to the races. We’ll let Max explain the rest but if you hear those Electro bass sounds and want to learn how to make your own, this tutorial is for you!
#6 observing how various CV source types affect oscillator pitch
Electronic music instruments rely on control voltages in some form or another. Both analog and digital systems require a means of changing pitch, timbre, loudness, and other sonic characteristics. This is achieved using control voltage, or in the case of software like Propellerhead Reason, a digital representation of control voltage.
A powerful feature of Propellerhead Reason is the implementation of signal routing in the virtual rack environment. This system includes both audio cabling and control voltage cabling. A single modulation source, such as an LFO, can control several other synths that react the instant you alter the LFO settings. This ability to have a signal from one software synthesizer control a different software synth, is an amazing feature that often goes overlooked.
For Reason users, interested in learning about control voltage routing, this on-going series will provide an introduction to the terminology and protocols in using this feature in Propellerhead Reason. The tutorials are presented as individual Reason Song Files and require various Rack Extensions that help illustrate active processes. Each lesson is embedded in the session file, so you actively experience control voltage at work, or you can quickly copy and paste patches to your own projects.
In this video, take a trip back to the origins of ‘delay’ as an effect and the technologies that led us to where we are today.
This is just the introduction to the tutorial.
Check out the full tutorial here: http://www.groove3.com/str/Delay-Explained.html
Waldorf Nave has a 4 track tape recorder in which you can cut,copy,trim,move,and stretch for precise editing as well as snapping the audio file into the ruler grid for easy editing and looping.
In this tutorial Ryan Hemeon shows how you can sample any iOS app using Audiobus to record into Audioshare and open it directly into Nave to start a new patch. He also shows a little bit about setting up your own patch and saving it.
“This is a really cool way to make patches, kind of turning Nave into a “Super Sampler”. I hope this is helpful! ”
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