Dance Music Production – Synthesis 2 [Tutorial, ENG]

By | April 8, 2019

 

Year of release : 2013
Manufacturer : Dance Music Production
Manufacturer website : www.dancemusicproduction.com/synthesis-2/
Posted by : Dance Music Production
Duration : 08:17:00
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English

Description : In the course of “Synthesis 2”, we will discuss aspects of sound design using frequency modulation, and how it can be used to create a huge array of complex evolving timbres. FM synthesis is often regarded as one of the most complex areas of synthesis, but has recently become one of its most creative forms too. Offering more sound capabilities than subtractive synthesis, frequency modulation has become the preferred alternative for many musicians and sound producers who want to introduce a larger sound palette into their work and production. In the Synthesis 2 video course, we forget the math and show you in practice how to use it to develop sounds.
It can be used to create a vast array of complex evolving timbres.
It is not important that it has been approved. It has been chosen that it can be a soundtrack. For Synthesis 2 video tutorial
Frequency Modulation Demystified
It wasn’t possible to understand that it could be a problem.
Starting with Sessions 07: FMC3: FMC3C3CMM8 FMC6133
It is the time of the session. Using the FFT analysis and oscilloscopes, we begin by explaining the design principles of harmonics.
It is a quotation of how we progress. Although it is programmed to use the FM8, these techniques can be converted to a Frequency Modulation synthesizer.

Content:

Disc One:
Introduction
An introduction to the dvd
Session 01: The Nav Bar: 24 minutes.
FM8 and discuss the available options.
Session 02: The Browser: 10 minutes.
For the second session of the FM8 browser and attributes pages.
Session 03: The Easy Page: 23 Minutes.
Here we go through the page and decipher each parameter.
Session 04: The Effects: 30 minutes.
Here are the FM8.
Session 05: The Master Page: 20 minutes.
In this session, we look at the master page and decipher.
Session 06: The Arpegiator: 20 Minutes.
Here, we look at all of its functions.
Session 07: The Operators: 25 Minutes.
In this session, we have a number of parameters.
Session 08: The Matrix: 10 Minutes.
During this session, we used a couple of design FM algorithms.
Session 09: X & Y: 20 Minutes.
For this session, we discuss the X and Y rules in the FM8.
Session 10: The Pitch Envelope: 10 Minutes.
We examine the pitch envelope page.
Session 11: The Modulation Matrix: 20 Minutes.
Here, we take a closer look at the FM8 operators.
Session 12: Keyscaling & Spectrum: 15 Minutes.
For the final session
Disc Two:
Session 01: Harmonics and Ratios: 15 minutes.
For the first session, we review the relationship of harmonics to mathematical ratios.
Session 02: Basic Waveforms: 30 minutes.
We recommend the wavelength modulation waveform.
Session 03: Ratio Waveforms: 25 Minutes.
This is a time of employing ratios.
Session 04: Amplitude Modulation: 15 minutes.
It doesn’t matter what it is.
Session 05: A Return to Ratios: 40 minutes.
In this session, we can observe the difference in various ways.
Session 06: FM Synthesis Basics: 30 Minutes.
Here, we discuss the design of the frequency modulation.
Session 07: Programming FM Part 1: 20 Minutes.
In this session, we use
Session 07: Programming FM Part 2: 30 Minutes.
During this session we continue to design FM algorithms for sound creation.
Session 09: Programming FM Part 3: 40 Minutes.
For this session, you can be programmed within the FM8.
Session 10: The Final Approach: 25 Minutes.
We discuss further sound design principles with frequency modulation.

Sample files : none
Video Format : MOV
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 2 493 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 44.1 KHz, 128 Kbps, 2 channels

 

 











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