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Easy Synth Programming – Filters Filters are for coffee makers. WAKE UP! You’re making synth patches, bro! Real quick: if you want to learn synths ASAP then click here to get Syntorial for free. If you’re totally lost, check part 1 here. The filter section is the part of the synth where the magic happens. If it’s not the magic then it’s the motion in the ocean. Filters, like
Easy Synth Programming – Oscillators Oscillators sound like an unholy union of ocelot and alligator. It’s because of this forgivable confusion that I made this week’s video. In it, I walk you through basic noise making fundamentals you’ll need on your synth journey. I’m using a program called Syntorial to help me. Click here to check it out. Follow along with my Easy Synth Programming narrative starting here. The
EASY SYNTH PROGRAMMING – INTRO If you like music then you’ve probably tried to play an instrument. That first instrument was probably a guitar or perhaps a piano and maybe you tried to sing. More than likely, you didn’t pick up a synthesizer and produce a dance hit. The point of this post is to introduce you to my new YouTube series on Easy Synth Programming with Syntorial. I’m
Year End 2017 I had a pretty productive year. Life definitely threw me some challenges. All things considered, I’m looking forward to 2018 being even better. Let’s look back from the year end 2017. In Review This past year I made some good progress in releasing music. Not only did I publish several Eight Bar Embryo tracks (including one made just for this NYE celebration) but I also put
Old Lake Sign 17 Here’s a new track to ring in the new year. It’s a remix I did of the Frank C Stanley version of Auld Lang Syne. It’s an Eight Bar Embryo track and it’s called “Old Lake Sign ’17 (8BE)”. Let’s find out how it came to be. Bubbling Up Inspiration came in a very ordinary way. Every year, I like to make an End of
Ableton Live 10 Good? If you’ve been producing (or even interested in it) for any time at all, you know about Ableton Live. It’s the DAW of choice for megastars like Skrillex, deadmau5, and other EDM giants. I say rightfully so. Ableton, through innovation, made an easy-to-use program that even musicians can use; and that says a lot! Nearly 18 years later they’re going to release the long-awaited latest
Native Instruments Native Access Wouldn’t it be nice if software developers tried to make the installation process easier? Software companies love to release new products and have us buy them but once the software is on our side of the internet, sometimes it feels we’re all alone. After recently reinstalling my OS, I began downloading the newest versions of everything. I was surprised to find that Native Instruments Native