Learn about exploring the features and sounds of sync, wavetable synthesis, and FM.
- [Instructor] Now as we go through some of the presets here…we're going to find that we have some different characteristics…of different types of sounds within Retro Synth.…That's because Retro Synth was designed to emulate…three or four different types of classic synthesizers…or synthesis techniques, if you want to look at it that way.…For example, Sync could be looked at as sort of…a Dave Smith Prophet type vibe.…Table is meant to emulate the PPG Wave which was one…of the first wavetable synthesizers, if not the first.…And then FM, given its look you may be able to spot…it right off the bat, it's supposed to be similar…to the Yamaha DX7 and may give some of you nightmares.…
So let's start out by checking out some of these different…presets that we have here,…and I'm just going to go over to Synth Keyboards.…So Calming Bells, for example.…(calm bell music)…And definitely watch your overall volume for sure.…Calming Bells are cool, but then we have…Digital Chimes as well.…(chiming music)…Okay, and then if we go over, I want to find a cool…
- Using oscillators to build sounds
- Creating rich and expressive tones
- Adding movement via modulation
- Using tuning and randomness to sculpt sounds
- Adding effects
- Vocoder setup
- Customizing presets
- Loop slicing
- Multi-output routing
- Building custom drum kits
- Shaping drum transients and sustain
Skill Level Intermediate
Get in the Mix with Logic Prowith Brian Lee White2h 26m Intermediate
1. Vintage Vibe
2. Basic Synthesizers
4. Advanced Synthesizers
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