Learn about oscillator waveshapes in Sylenth.
- [Instructor] In this movie we're gonna really start…to explore some of the wave shapes of our oscillator…and as I mentioned earlier in the course,…the oscillator section in Sylenth…is divided in to two parts.…We have Oscillator A1, Oscillator A2…and that's on part A…and then on part B,…which we can access by clicking these buttons at the top,…we have Oscillator B1 and Oscillator B2.…I'm gonna go back to part A…and I'm also gonna hit command J…to initialize or clear this patch.…
Now, to explore the functionality of our oscillators,…I've also pulled up an oscilloscope…as well as an EQ below…so you can get an understanding…of what the oscillator is doing.…To start,…we're also working with a digitally controlled oscillator…or DCO,…rather than a voltage controlled oscillator,…or VCO.…Now, this is because Sylenth…is a digital plug-in synthesizer…and the oscillator is digitally controlled…where as on analog synth,…our oscillator would be controlled by voltages.…
Let's go in and look at some of these wave shapes here.…By default on initialize patch we have a Saw wave enabled…
- 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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