Learn about other important parameters in Sylenth, like voices, polyphony, sync, and global settings.
- [Instructor] Before we dive in and cover Sylenth's effects…in detail in the next chapter, I want to quickly come back…to the voices on our oscillators and how they relate…to polyphony, which, you can see settings for polyphony…on the upper left-hand corner of Silenth.…We're also gonna cover mono legato and portamento…in the lower right-hand corner.…So, let's check this out.…Okay, I've initialized a patch and you can see…that the default number of voices on our oscillator…is one, the others are turned off for right now,…and polyphony is set to three.…
So, if I brought polyphony down and played the notes…on the keyboard, you can see I'm triggering notes here,…we don't hear any sound.…We need to have at least one note of polyphony here…in order to make sounds, but what that also means…is that we can play one note at a time.…So.…(several notes)…Essentially, that's putting Sylenth into a mode…that's kind of like a mono-synth, and there are many…vintage analog synths that are mono, where you're only…able to play one note at a time because there's really…
- Reviewing the interface
- Understanding oscillator waveshapes
- Understanding oscillator controls
- Working with the Amp Envelope Generator
- Using the Part Mixer
- Working with Modulation
- Working with the Mod wheel
- Understanding the effects section
- Working with distortion, phazer, EQ, and delay
- Making sounds from scratch
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sylenth Basics
2. The Interface
3. Working with Modulation
LFO routing6m 32s
4. Sylenth Effects
5. Making Sounds from Scratch
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