MATRIXSYNTH: New Novation Hack Series Videos with the Novation Peak

Tuesday, April 09, 2019

New Novation Hack Series Videos with the Novation Peak

Published on Apr 9, 2019 NovationTV

"In the second round of videos in our Hack Series, -CALC- explores the more unusual side of the Peak synthesiser."

For more on Peak, check out:

1. Novation // The Hack Series - Karplus Strong
In this video, we explore how we can use the delay almost as a karplus strong synthesis method. With this technique, -CALC- uses the delay almost like oscillator - accessing and controlling it from the modulation matrix for the effects, making some really unusual sounds!
2. Novation // The Hack Series - Re-triggered Envelopes
For this particular patch, -CALC- explores the repeating envelopes. We'll show you how you can use the envelopes set to repeat and modulate various different aspects of the synth engine. We'll then further modulate those envelopes using Peak's LFO's, allowing us to create a random rhythmic patch!
3. Novation // The Hack Series - Chorus as resonator and delay
For this patch, we explore how we can use the FX modulation matrix to access different controls for the effect engines in Peak. -CALC- uses chorus as a resonator effect and creates harmonic delays by controlling the times of the chorus and the delay via the modulation matrix. Enjoy exploring this patch!
4. Novation // The Hack Series - Techno
In this video, we explore how to use oscillator three as a strange LFO control for the filter using one of the available wavetables. -CALC- also explores the effects modulation matrix and shows you how to take control of various aspects of the chorus and delay effects, resulting in one enormous sounding self-generating patch.

All parts here

P.S. Novation is set for SUPERBOOTH19.

via @WeAreNovation

"Only one month to go until we head back to Berlin for three days of synth and electronic music workshops, panels, interactive exhibits, parties and club nights. @Superbooth_Bln we can't wait to see you again 🙌🎛🎚 #superbooth #superbooth19"

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