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Showing posts with label Tracktion. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tracktion. Show all posts

Friday, April 19, 2024

Making music with Dawesome MYTH


video upload by DATABROTH

"Disclosure: I do now work for Dawesome
Read my review here: https://www.databroth.com/blog/myth-r...

check out my wavetables and presets at https://gumroad.com/databroth
join my Patreon / databroth"

Thursday, April 18, 2024

Myth - an overview of Dawesome's Flagship Synth


video upload by Waveform

00:00 Intro & Description
01:48 User Guide & Tutorials
02:13 The Iris
02:59 Transformers
04:00 Modulation
04:22 Signal Flow
04:40 OSC Modules
05:40 Filter Modules
06:34 Resonator
08:01 BTTFM
09:12 FX Modules
10:07 Glurp!
10:20 ARP +
10:45 Summing Up

https://www.tracktion.com/products/myth

DAWESOME MUSIC videos in order published: video uploads by DAWESOME MUSIC

Playlist:
MYTH
MYTH - demo track
MYTH - BRACE YOURSELF FOR A SHOCK
Mare Tranquillitatis - track made with MYTH
MYTH - Preset Demo



A Living Beast

MYTH was built to create the joy and inspiration we feel when playing with hardware. Instead of “programming” sounds you create sounds by exploration and tweaking. The sound is rich and organic, and the entire system acts like one organism.

Re-synthesis

In classical synthesis, oscillator waves are mostly static and you add filters and modulators to "program" all the variations to make the sound organic and interesting. MYTH offers a paradigm shift: drag and drop audio and it will be re-synthesised as an IRIS. The inherent variations and richness of the sample can now be exploited with the TRANSFORMER dials. Of course - you can also add classical LFOs, envelopes or filters as much as you want. Just...you will rarely feel the need!

Look Mum, no Cables

Modular systems are so powerful, but also complex and easily confusing. MYTH has modules, but no cables: like in a pedal board the modules are simply chained from left to right. Insanely powerful and unbeatably simple!

Weird and Wonderful

You can use MYTH as a virtual analog subtractive synth, create shimmering metallics, add colourful acoustic resonances, create glittering grain clouds ... or do all at the same time. From fragrant pads to striking kicks - MYTH can do any sound with ease. And if you prefer to ride a wild horse: there are things like ORBIT, GLURP or ATARI PUNK - weird and wonderful new stuff.

The Fastest Workflow in the West

Let's be honest: sound design can be tedious, and we all love tweaking presets! MYTH goes one step further with a randomisation system on steroids: for example you can freeze sections to keep them unchanged. Or you "breed" new presets from a selection of parent presets. Or you take a sample and then browse through presets to put them over your sample like a dress. It's incredibly easy, fast and fun!

Full Specs

Advanced organic re-synthesis based on machine learning.
More than 700+ presets created by more than 10 sound designers and artists.
Intuitive modular system.
Trainable resonators (by dropping a sample).
Virtual analog filters.
Creative midi effects.
Full MPE support.
Build-in tutorial system.
Powerful and innovative randomisation system.
Intuitive modulation system.
Supports MTS-ESP for microtonality.

Thursday, July 27, 2023

Abyss by Dawesome: A deep dive and tutorial


video upload by CatSynth TV

"We take a deep dive into the Abyss, a new instrument by Dawesome and released by Tracktion. Abyss is a idiosyncratic instrument centering around the Gradient, an oscillator that allows you to morph between several timbres selected from a large internal library. It also has support for FM synthesis, a resonant filter, and an effects section tuned to be part of the synthesis architecture.

00:00 Introduction
00:32 Overview
01:54 Factory Presets
06:52 The Gradient and timbre editing
10:26 FM synthesis
12:30 Resonant filter
14:36 Amplifier
15:10 Effects section
21:20 Factory Presets

To find out more, please visit https://www.tracktion.com/products/abyss

"Abyss is a visual synthesizer with character and a bit of fairy dust. It brings to you dark, vibrating drones, vivid cinematic pads and rich evolving textures. With Abyss you find instant inspiration for your music and sound design projects. The innovative synthesis engine of Abyss represents timbres with color, giving you unprecedented intuitive access - to design your own signature sound with ease. And with the powerful modulation system it is easier than ever to make any patch nuanced and expressive"

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Saturday, June 25, 2022

California Highway 177: Desert Center to Highway 62


video upload by CatSynth TV

"California Highway 177 (Rice Road) runs south to north along the eastern edge of Joshua Tree National Park and through some of the most desolate areas of the state. We pick up the highway at its southern terminus in Desert Center at a junction with Interstate 10 and travel northward until its northern terminus at an intersection with Highway 62.

Original music by Amanda Chaudhary. Instruments used include:
Tracktion BioTek
Arturia CMI V, CS-80 V (version 4), SQ-80 V
Arturia Dist TUBE CULTURE, Tape MELLO, DELAY 201 (All from FX Collection 3)
Octave CAT
Strymon StarLab

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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Eureka and Samoa [Episode 200]


Published on Nov 18, 2019 CatSynth TV

"Our 200th Episode! A new experimental music piece featuring scenes from Humboldt Bay, the Samoa Peninsula, and the town of Eureka. Many scenes feature the distinctive dolosse along the north and south jetty of the inlet to the bay.

Music and film by Amanda Chaudhary.

Synthesizers used:
Arturia EMS Synthi V
Arturia CMI V
Arturia Pigments
MOK Waverazor
Tracktion BioTek
East West Orchestra Gold

Video synthesis via Max/MSP/Jitter."

https://www.catsynth.com

Thursday, January 19, 2017

NAMM 2017: Tracktion Raspberry Pi Interface


Published on Jan 19, 2017 sonicstate
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