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Electronic Music Production - Synthesis

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    Electronic Music Production - Synthesis
    Last updated 9/2019
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    Language: English | Size: 14.14 GB | Duration: 15h 1m

    Learn Modern Synthesis - Hardware and Software for any genre


    What you'll learn
    Synthesis for Music Production
    How to navigate and create your own sounds on hardware synths
    How to navigate and create your own sounds on software synths
    What each component on a synthesizer does
    Hear a sound and know how to re create it on a soft synth or hardware synth

    Requirements
    A beginner level of Ableton Live

    Description
    Have you always wanted to approach a hardware synth like a Moog or a software synth like Massive and understand how to program it? Well this course is for you. The goal of this course is to provide students with a fundamental understanding of how synthesizers work and how to manipulate them to create the sounds they've always wanted to make.Learn essential synth elements such as oscillators, filters, and envelopes: what they do, how they work together, and how to go about creating sounds beyond the manufacturer's pre-set patches.UPON FINISHING THIS COURSE YOU WILL KNOW:How to identify just about any synthesizer by type, old or new, and how to use itHow to create any sound of your own concept using a hardware or software synthesizerHow to incorporate synthesizers and synth-style processing techniques into DAW programs like Ableton LiveHow to distinguish where your favourite "retro" synth sounds come from along with other classic sounds like those made by Moog, ARP and OberheimTOPICS COVEREDSignal Generators and Signal ModifiersTypes of Synthesis (subtractive, additive, FM, wavetable etc.)Synthesizer modules - (VCO, VCF, VCA, CV processors, LFO, Wave Shapers)Common synthesizer layoutsIncorporating synth elements into audio productionHardware vs. software - finding the right synth for youWHAT YOU WILL NEEDWe cover all the Ableton Live Synths so Ableton Live would be helpful but not mandatory. We cover Native Instruments FM8 and Massive. Again not mandatory but helpful.
    Overview
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 How Sound is Made
    Lecture 2 What is a Synthesizer
    Lecture 3 Hardware vs Software
    Section 2: Hardware Synth Overview
    Lecture 4 Moog Model D
    Lecture 5 Moog Model D Jam
    Lecture 6 Novation - Bass Station II
    Lecture 7 Bass Station II Jam
    Lecture 8 Roland System I
    Lecture 9 Roland System I Jam
    Lecture 10 Native Instrument FM8
    Section 3: Types of Synthesis
    Lecture 11 Types of Synthesis
    Section 4: Software Synth Overview
    Lecture 12 Software Synth Intro
    Lecture 13 Ableton Operator
    Lecture 14 Serum
    Lecture 15 Geography of Analog I
    Lecture 16 Geography of Analog II
    Lecture 17 Loading and Saving Presets
    Lecture 18 Hot Swap
    Section 5: Components of a Synthesizer
    Lecture 19 Oscillators Part 1
    Lecture 20 Osciallators Part 2
    Lecture 21 Filters
    Lecture 22 Modulation
    Lecture 23 Samplers and Envelopes
    Lecture 24 Retriggering
    Section 6: LFO's
    Lecture 25 What is an LFO
    Lecture 26 Operators LFO's
    Lecture 27 Make a Dubstep Wobble
    Lecture 28 Max For Live
    Section 7: Frequency Modulation Synthesis
    Lecture 29 What is FM Synthesis?
    Lecture 30 FM - Part 1
    Lecture 31 FM - Part 2
    Lecture 32 FM - Part 3
    Lecture 33 FM - Part 4
    Lecture 34 Mapping and Sound Design
    Lecture 35 Making an FM Arp Sound
    Lecture 36 Making an FM Piano Patch
    Section 8: Types of Sounds and Analysis
    Lecture 37 Types of Sounds
    Lecture 38 Analysis of Sound
    Lecture 39 Reverse Engineering Part 1
    Lecture 40 Reverse Engineering Part 2
    Section 9: Physical Modelling Synthesis - Ableton Live
    Lecture 41 Electric - Ableton Live
    Lecture 42 Collision - Ableton Live
    Lecture 43 Tension - Ableton Live
    Section 10: Sampling Synthesis - Ableton Live
    Lecture 44 Simpler - Ableton Live
    Lecture 45 Sampler - Ableton Live
    Lecture 46 Instrument Racks - Ableton Live
    Section 11: Native Instruments
    Lecture 47 Intro to Massive
    Lecture 48 Massive Patch Excercises
    Lecture 49 Intro to FM8
    Section 12: How to make a Future Pad
    Lecture 50 Future Pad Tutorial
    Beginner and Intermediate Music Producers,Music Producers who are wanting to create their own sounds,Music Producers who want to understand synthesis,Music Producers interested in how music is made and what sounds they are hearing in their favorite tracks

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