MATRIXSYNTH: Dave Smith Tempest Drum Patch Design Tutorials by AdamSchneiderMusic

Friday, March 31, 2017

Dave Smith Tempest Drum Patch Design Tutorials by AdamSchneiderMusic

Dave Smith Tempest 808 Kick Drum Tutorial

Published on Mar 30, 2017 AdamSchneiderMusic

"After seeing some rumors that the Dave Smith Tempest is lacking when it comes to bass drum power I decided to make this video where I recreate the classic 808 kick sound. Simply put: the Tempest can design kicks that are as deep and thumpy as you want, you just need to know how to program it. While I didn't do it in this video, the sounds of the Tempest only get better with additional effects processing similar to the techniques used on the classic 808/909 machines.

I highly recommend listening with a sub woofer or headphones.

http://www.adamschneidermusic.com"

Update:

Dave Smith Tempest 808 Style Clap Tutorial

Published on Apr 9, 2017 AdamSchneiderMusic

"My second tutorial video for the DSI Tempest, this time focusing on creating an 808 style clap sound using Oscillator 1 and Oscillator 3 as noise sources."

Dave Smith Tempest 808 Style Snare Tutorial

Published on Apr 25, 2017 AdamSchneiderMusic

"My third tutorial video for the DSI Tempest, focusing on how to create an 808 style snare sound using Osc 3 for digital noise, Osc 4 as a sine tone, and Osc 1 for a little bit of analog noise."

Dave Smith Tempest - Analog Kick Synthesis Tutorial Part 1

Published on May 9, 2017 AdamSchneiderMusic

"The first part in a two part tutorial giving an overview of different synthesis techniques for designing kick drums on the DSI Tempest."

Dave Smith Tempest- Analog Kick Synthesis Tutorial Part 2

Published on May 17, 2017 AdamSchneiderMusic

"The second part in a two part tutorial giving an overview of different synthesis techniques for designing kick drums on the DSI Tempest. This video focuses on self-oscillating filter and feedback techniques."

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