MATRIXSYNTH: How To Learn Very Basics Of FM Synthesis - Minimoog Syntronik & FM4, From VCO, VCF To VCA

Sunday, September 10, 2017

How To Learn Very Basics Of FM Synthesis - Minimoog Syntronik & FM4, From VCO, VCF To VCA


Published on Sep 10, 2017 Power DX7

"This FM synthesis tutorial series is designed for people who love analog/ subtractive synths and want to start a FM synthesis journey without complexity of the DX7 6 operator FM synthesis. I will explain the similarities and differences between analog synths VCO, VCF and VCA, comparing them to FM4 FM synthesis. I will show you how you can learn 4 operator FM synthesis using FM4. I will take you through sound design of a sawtooth sound using FM synthesis. You need to learn this step for Part 2 of this tutorial in order to make saw pads.

FM4 is an iPad FM synthesizer. FM4 can teach you how easy it is to make a great sound on a FM synth, using only 4 operators. Its interface is quite similar to analog synths, making transition from analog synths to FM synths easier and smoother."

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