MATRIXSYNTH: Roland FANTOM V2.5 Update Performance Demo by Youngr

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Roland FANTOM V2.5 Update Performance Demo by Youngr

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"Singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, Youngr performs a live recording session using the free FANTOM V2.5 update with official Ableton Live integration and the new Virtual ToneWheel Organ. Using just his FANTOM synthesizer connected to his computer via USB cable, Ableton Live, and a mic, watch Youngr create an instant hit in real-time. To weave his track, he uses his FANTOM as a hub controlling Ableton Live, records auxiliary instruments, and taps into the wide selection of ZEN-Core sounds. And without the use of a mouse or keyboard, Youngr combines FANTOM’s internal ZEN-Core sound engine, including the new Virtual ToneWheel Organ, with the internal clip sequencer and Ableton Live to create this fresh track.

About Official Ableton Live Integration

Using FANTOM’s high-resolution touchscreen, you can view and launch clips in Live’s Session view, access Live’s mixer parameters, and trigger transport functions. And with FANTOM’s knobs, sliders, and pads, you’ll be able to operate Macro Controls, mix levels, Drum Racks, and more. The seamless workflow between FANTOM and Ableton Live will keep you focused on your music when the creative juices are flowing.  

About the Virtual ToneWheel Organ

With the famous Roland VK organ series as its foundation, the Virtual ToneWheel Organ allows you to tap into an authentic emulation of the sound-generating process of a real tone wheel organ. This includes several tone wheel types with adjustable percussion, key click, leakage, and more. A lush rotary effect allows you to adjust variable speed, brake control, and tube distortion characteristics. And FANTOM’s touchscreen, sliders, knobs, and keyboard action are automatically configured for a natural organ-playing experience."

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