What is Discovery pro? Scottie talks about the unique features of this Soft Synth and then introduces the basics, the GUI and show off some presets.
ext up we have the Oscillators. These are one of the main sources of sound. We will take a look and listen to the different waveforms, layer in Oscillator two and check out a few different modes.
This is the second half of our sound source. We can use audio files as sound sources and even load our own. We can also choose between the very simple and pure wave forms we explored in the previous video or make our sound as complex as we can imagine.
Now onto sculpting our sound. The filter is the next stop after the Oscillators. We can employ the classic Subtractive Synthesis technique of removing information in many different shapes and flavors. Scottie also goes over the ADSR Envelope Generators for both the Amplitude and Filter. This allows us to modulate those parameters by using our keyboard.
Now let's look at different ways we can Modulate or change our sound. This time it's relative to time or our DAW's BPM. We will take a look at two LFOs and the Arpeggiator.
Let's take the Modulation idea one step further. This time with Parameter Morphing and Graphic Envelopes. Both of these techniques give us even more control over Modulating parameters.
Putting it all Together11:20
In this video Scottie explores Layers. Everything we just went over can be multiplied by four. Let's take a look at how to layer and zone our sound and also jump into Global setting for all layers.
Scottie builds some sounds from the ground up.
Synth guru Scottie Dugan is back, bringing you a world of synth discovery, featuring the awesome Discovery Pro by code meisters discoDSP! Learn all about this incredible virtual synth from top to bottom, and what it can offer you and your productions.
Scottie begins with an Introduction covering Discovery Pro's Unique Features, Important Basics, the GUI, and some of its Coolest Presets. Oscillators are next, and Scottie gives you a Look and Listen to the Different Waveforms, How to Layer them and their Different Modes.
Wave Oscillators are then revealed, and you'll discover How these are the Second Half of Your Sound, and How You Can Use Any Audio File as a Sound Source. Scottie then moves onto Sculpting Your Sound. Learn How the Filter is the Next Stop after the Oscillators, and How to Employ the Classic Subtractive Synthesis Technique of Removing Information in Many Different Shapes, Flavors and More.
Modulation is now examined, and you'll See Different Ways to Modulate and Change Your Sound, including Syncing to Your DAW Tempo and Using the Arpeggiator. Scottie then gets into Advanced Modulation, demonstrating Parameter Morphing and Graphic Envelopes, giving you even More Control Over Your Customized Sounds.
Concluding the series, Scottie shows you How to Put It all Together, and then provides Creative Sound Design Examples so you'll know How to Create Your Own Sounds from Scratch. If you use discoDSP Discovery Pro, this series is a must have... Watch "discoDSP Discovery Pro Explained" today!
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