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Sound Design Ideas: How to create a Stephan Bodzin Bass or Lead

Sound Design

A More "Basic" Version In this session above, Francois shows how to recreate a Stephan Bodzin Bass / Lead sound with Sylenth1 and Ableton and goes through different production and sound design techniques. Resources / Files:  Check out: Analog Deep Techno Bundle Full Course: Analog Melodic Techno Track from Start to Finish Advanced Version  We had a very helpful addition to creating typical Stephan Bodzin sounds by user "M4l731". Here's how he achieved the sounds - there's a soundcloud example in the end of the text - the text is quoted from a youtube comment and slightly edited: "Let me put some more tips on...

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10 Sound Design Tips: Xfer Serum

Sound Design

1. Supersaw wavetables To make your Serum supersaws even fuller, try recording a supersaw (if you can, try an analog sounding synth) and importing it into Serum’s oscillator. Now you can use an LFO to move between frames of the wavetable. Now the oscillator sounds like a supersaw even if you’re using just one voice. If you increase the unison and detune now, the sound all of the sudden becomes huge. Doing this along with the “Unison stack” option in the Global tab can give you really fat supersaws. 2. Unison stack Did you know that you can use more than...

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10 Sound Design Tips: Arturia Mini V3

Sound Design

1. Unison VS Detune The Mini V3 allows for two ways of creating a supersaw: One is available only in the Monophonic mode and is accessed by the Unison switch at the top. Depending on how big the “Poly” value is at the bottom of the screen, the synth will generate a supersaw that consists of that many voices. You can then decide how much you want the voices to be detuned by using the “Voice Detune” knob. This technique works for huge bass or lead sounds, but won’t give you access to polyphony. To design a polyphonic supersaw you...

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How To Use The ADSR Envelope

Sound Design

Understanding the ADSR envelope (shape): We are shaping our sound with attack, decay, sustain and release parameters. Attack-Time:This is the time we are taking from 0 to max. amplitude as soon as the key is pressed.Decay-Time:Follows directly after the attack time. Its the time the amplitude takes to go from maximum level to sustain level.Sustain-Level:This is the Level of amplitude we are keeping as long as the key is pressed.Release-Time:Starts as soon as key is released. Amplitude goes from sustain level to 0 - the release time sets how long this will take. So, Attack, Decay and Release are time parameters. Sustain...

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Analog Lead Sound Overtones with Arturia Mini V3 and Ableton Live

Ableton Live Arturia Melodic Techno Sound Design

This video is taken out of the course "Analog Melodic Techno Track from Start To Finish". Francois shows you how to create some nice lead sound overtones using the Arturia Mini V3. Download the free overtones preset.    Resources / Files:  You can buy the Ableton Live Project file here Check out: Analog Deep Techno Bundle Sound Design Course with Arturia Mini V3   Learn more about producing melodic techno: NEW PML 6h+ Course: Producing an Analog Melodic Techno Track from Start to Finish in Ableton     Keywords: melodic techno drum programming session ableton live, arturia mini v3, francois, techno production, sub...

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