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ADSR Sounds D16 Instruments Explained TUTORiAL



SYNTHiC4TE | Nov 16 2018 | 1.04 GB


D16 Group Audio Software have created a series of virtual instruments that are faithful recreations of classic hardware units. Their breathtaking attention to sonic detail is both powerful and inspiring. In this 5 part course, get under the skin of each and every instrument and become proficient at synthesis, sequencing, midi controls, multi output instruments and more


Learn how to use D16’s instruments and gain the skills to create bespoke sounds professionally tailored to whatever projects you are working on.

Module 1 – Drumazon Drum Machine (909)

909 emulation Instrument Overview
Preset & Pattern Browsing & Triggering
Drumazon Instruments – Bass, Snare, Toms, Rim Shot, clap and so on.
Pattern Editing & Step Sequencing
Storing Presets

Module 2 – Nepheton Drum Machine (808)

Instrument Overview
Synthesis Module
Browsing & Triggering Patterns
Pattern Editing & Programming
Loading & Saving Patterns, MIDI & External Output Options

Module 3 – Phoscyon Bass Line (303)

Instrument Overview
Sound Control Sections
Pattern Browsing & Triggering
Pattern Editing
Arperggiator
Distortion Section
MIDI Controls

Module 4 – Lush 101 multitimbral polyphonic synthesizer

Instrument Overview
Layering, Timbre, Voicing
Pitch, Pulse, Source Mixer
Filter Section
Bender, Wheel & Amp
Arpeggio/Gater
Modulation Matrix, Master Mixer

Module 5 – Nithonat Drum Machine (606)

Synthesis module
Pattern triggering
Pattern creation and editing

Course Features

Over 2 hours of expert tuition show you how to use and design with D16 Instruments.
Exclusive instructional videos featuring bothTheory and Practice – Get up to speed on all 5 instruments fast!
 
 

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