MATRIXSYNTH: DIY 8 Bit Bass Sound Synthesis with the Bastl Micro Granny 2

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

DIY 8 Bit Bass Sound Synthesis with the Bastl Micro Granny 2


Published on Feb 16, 2017 TheDaydreamSound

"DIY 8 Bit Bass Sound Synthesis with the Bastl Micro Granny 2

This one is for the DIYer’s out there. Creating your own custom sounds can be a very rewarding process. In this video we’ll use the 8 bit converters of the Bastl Microgranny 2 sampler to create a Synth Bass sound from a Tibetan Singing Bowl. For those who are looking for an entry video into the world of sound design, this will provide enough to peak your interest as well as open you up to the vast possibilities of using Lo-fi sounds sources as an addition to your design process.

Lastly using an 8bit sampler like the Microgranny is an alternative option for those who want a vintage lo-fi sampler sound but don’t want to buy and older sampler."

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