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Part 5 - Control & Modulation

Post  Admin on Mon Jan 11, 2010 1:55 pm

HI Guys,

the part 5 video is now ready for download also. The usual download rules apply.

thanks

Mark

PART 5 HERE!
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Re: Part 5 - Control & Modulation

Post  mtr on Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:43 pm

Mark,

I put my mind in a beginner state and really thought this video was well done. Envelopes can be very complicated to explan to someone and you covered all areas well.

All audio is consistent.

I watched looking for anything that was over looked and could not find anything.

I think this really hits the mark.

No pun intended.

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Post  APsyviz on Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:45 am

Unfortunately i have only watched 18min of the video, so far its really appealing and good video & audio quality ,sorry for not replying sooner but some things came up.. I will watch the video again tomorrow. And let you know if i find any problems.

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Post  APsyviz on Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:41 am

Finished watching the video and found it to be of good quality, The information was well explained, I felt that it would of been nice to of seen a few more tricks regarding the lfo´s but i guess i will find a purpose for them one day Smile I do use them a little but i am under the impression that lfo´s can make sounds come to life. Oh and the X/Y pad looks promising Very Happy

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Re: Part 5 - Control & Modulation

Post  Admin on Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:55 am

HI Anthony,

thanks for your feedback.

TBH there really are no tricks to LFO`s apart from understanding what they do then applying that to any parameter to see what happens Smile Thats what i do Smile

I will, however be showing more of these principles in action in part 8 of the course Smile

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Post  APsyviz on Thu Jan 14, 2010 8:28 am

Thanks Mark,
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Post  Admin on Fri Jan 15, 2010 9:29 am

thanks for the feedback you 2 Smile
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Post  JJPiraino on Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:53 pm

Mark,

I just finished watching this for the 3rd time. Great job! I really apapreciated the time you tok on creating custom modulations. I can use that with massive as well Smile
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Re: Part 5 - Control & Modulation

Post  Admin on Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:09 am

Hi John,

thanks for the feedback.

you hit on one of the major reasons why i used Zebra instead of any other synth, it has so many possibilities and most of them can be used on other synths too so you learn Zebra you learn most other synths, if they are subtractive, too Smile

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Re: Part 5 - Control & Modulation

Post  SpaceWalker on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:04 pm

great adsr explanation... I take it you're gonna' explain the importance of playing with the different parts to get different kinds of sounds?

@ by 7:00, might want to mention that MSEG stands for "Multistage Envelope Generator"

a lot of this video is an explanation of the usage of the interface, eh... This really feels like an instructional video on Zebra, more than an explanation of sound development. But, I certainly am enjoying it... I still haven't gotten around to purchasing my copy of Zebra yet, eh....

I'd say, everything in this video is pretty damn clear and straightforward.

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Re: Part 5 - Control & Modulation

Post  Admin on Mon Jan 18, 2010 2:42 pm

Thanks for the feedback dood.

MultiStage Envelope Generator is mentioned more than once AND its on the top of the PDF/Power point presentation Smile

And yes its almost like a video course on Zebra, and the last video shows you how to use everything to make sounds Smile

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