Join Evan Sutton for an in-depth discussion in this video Audio FX, part of FM8: Frequency Modulation.
- Another route to take to further customize sounds…that you've created with FM8, is to add some audio effects.…And FM8 has some really good ones.…Let's go ahead and take a look at this key.…And in order to see those audio effects we're gonna go…over to the effects section.…And we can just add them into this rack…by clicking on the little button right there.…We can't change the order, but they do work quite well,…they're really cool.…We've got a few that are sort of…emulating like a guitar rift type situation.…(music)…There's a little fuzz from that overdrive.…
(music)…Very simple.…I actually really like the way that one sounds,…that's quite nice.…(music)…How cool.…We've got a tube amp which is like a guitar amp.…Really interesting reaction, that might be cooler for…a more aggressive sound.…We've got a cabinet so we can emulate that our sound…is actually going through a speaker cabinet.…
Give it a little bit of vibe.…(music)…Here's without.…(music)…Adjust the size of the cab.…(music)…So basically when it says something like "on axis",…
- What is frequency modulation?
- Reviewing the FM8 routing matrix
- Harmonics, partials, and waveforms
- Using operators
- Percussion programming
- Programming with the Arpeggiator
Skill Level Intermediate
EDM Production Techniques: Basslineswith J. Scott Giaquinta1h 52m Intermediate
Performing with Ableton Live: On Stage with St. Vincentwith Daniel Mintseris2h 4m Appropriate for all
1. Frequency Modulation with FM8
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