- Once you get started creating sounds,…it can get frustrating when you run out of oscillators.…Like most synths, analog has some hidden features…that help with that problem.…So let's grab a default analog and let's drop it…on this first MIDI track, and let's do some…of the techniques that we've discussed already.…So I'm going to take oscillators one and two,…and I'm going to detune them a little bit.…So I'll push this one up three.…I'm going to pull this one down three.…We'll check that out.…(instrumental music)…So we hear that tad bit of chorusing happening.…
And in the case where I was creating a base sound,…I would probably want to take maybe one of these oscillators…and tune it down an octave.…So I'd pull this one down.…(instrumental music)…We start to fatten that sound up.…But we're not quite getting that rich chorusing sound…that we got when the oscillators were in the same octave.…So what would be really handy is if I could leave these two…in the same octave and I could have a sub oscillator…happening from someplace else.…
- Creating a default preset
- Creating richer sounds with oscillator tuning
- Using filters to sculpt sounds
- Shaping volume with amp envelopes
- Creating motion with filter modulation
- Creating different synth sounds, from saw bass to vintage lead
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Up and Running with Ableton Analog
2. Creating and Shaping Sounds
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