Learn about chasing physical sounds and exploring new paradigms with PRISM.
- [Narrator] The next instrument I want to talk about…is called Prism and it's a physical modelling synthesizer.…Now you may not have heard of physical modelling…because it's kind of a complex synthesis method…that requires a lot of programming…and every physical modelling synthesizer…has kind of a different approach…but the one thing they have in common is that…physical modelling synthesis was originally though of…as a way to replace sampling…but people found pretty quickly that it was just so great…for making interesting complex sounds.…Let me play a couple of things.…You'll find that they sound,…I don't know if natural is the right word,…but the sounds have a certain texture to them…that is really interesting and can really pop out of a mix.…
(sound playing)…Let's go through a couple of presets here.…I'm going to go to "Best of" here, "Singing stone"…(sound playing)…This particular synthesizer has a really interesting sound…and it also has really great effects in there.…
I love the way this reverb sounds.…Lets go through a couple of more sounds.…
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