MATRIXSYNTH: Zynthian: DIY Raspberry PI Linux Synthesizer and audio production tool / part 2

Friday, November 20, 2020

Zynthian: DIY Raspberry PI Linux Synthesizer and audio production tool / part 2


Floyd Steinberg

"#Zynthian: DIY #RaspberryPI Linux #Synthesizer and audio production tool / part 2. Table of contents below! In the first video [posted here] I built my custom "Zynthian" device using standard components. Today, I'll add an external audio interface and a MIDI controller for live tweaking sounds, and use the built-in sequencer to create a drum track, finishing the video by creating a complete track using the built-in sample library, virtual synths and guitar effects.

Table of contents
00:00 introduction
00:24 hardware overview
01:03 installing the USB audio interface
02:07 installing a VNC server for remote control
02:42 setting up the MIDI controller (Korg Nanokontrol)
03:42 using layers
04:10 step sequencer
04:32 adding effect layers
04:56 recording some tracks: synth pad (with live filter tweaking)
05:45 piano
06:09 electric piano
06:37 bass
06:51 adding guitar using a real guitar and MOD
07:22 finished track with lead sound by TAL noisemaker
09:21 conclusion and thoughts on Zynthian
10:20 bye-bye"

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