MATRIXSYNTH: The LEGEND HZ // His Cinematic Massive Modular Sounds.. Made Easy

Monday, May 13, 2024

The LEGEND HZ // His Cinematic Massive Modular Sounds.. Made Easy

video upload by Starsky Carr

See the announcement post here. Also see the Hans Zimmer 'RadioPhonic' Synth @ Superbooth 24 w/ AJH Synth.

0:00 intro
1:00 Main Modules Overview
3:21 Simulation options
4:03 Sound Banks
5:00 MIDI Mapping
5:44 MSEG Envelope/LFOs
8:23 Fixed Filter Banks
10:43 Cinematic Sounds
14:10 Some Pads
15:14 Percussion Tones
16:04 Making Chords
16:50 Unison, Spread, Detune and Poly Modes
18:41 Genetics

"A walkthrough of the LEGEND HZ from Synapse Audio. It sounds great and has some lovely presets that demo some lovely Hans Zimmer cinematic effects.. check them out at @10:43 which led me to realise the unique aspect of this is the amount of access the modulation matrix give you to all the parameters.

If this was sold as a virtual modular system there would be patch points and cables all over the place.. and an awful lot of confusion! But it somehow gets the flexibility without the complexity. Having even the effects and filter bank parameters as modulation destinations really opens things up.

You can go from super simple to suyper complex in minutes. The MSEG envelopes/LFOs are so easy to use but really drive you into sound design and experimentation."

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