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Arturia Mini V Explained®

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    Introduction & Overview

    Tyler welcomes you and gives a look at the broad aspects and nature of the Arturia Mini V, as well as a some history on it before digging further into this virtual recreation of the legendary Moog Minimoog.

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    The User Interface & Basic Operation

    In this video, learn about the main interface and general layout of the Mini V so you have solid knowledge of its workflow when getting into the specifics later.

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    Synthesis in Classic Mode

    Learn all about the Mini V's "Classic" mode, which closely resembles the original layout of the Minimoog's synthesis parameters. This timeless workflow through oscillators, the filter, and more, created countless legendary sounds in the past, and Arturia's Mini V gives you the opportunity to use it yourself for your own sound design.

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    The LFO & Arpeggiator

    In the Extended panel, the Mini V gives you more options and features, such as an LFO and Arpeggiator to modulate and control parameters of sound and create cool patterns from held notes.

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    The Motion Recorder & Modulation

    The Motion Recorder enables you to create movement, or modulation of parameters, by drawing complex repeating or one-shot curves, that allow for dynamic control of the instrument. And for even more modulation, you can create links of control sources to destination parameters in the Modulation Matrix. See how!

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    The Effects

    At the end of any chain, it is always good to know there are effects available to decorate the sound if necessary. The Mini V provides great sounding Chorus, Delay, and Vocal Filter effects to further process your sounds and give them that final polish.

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    Preset Management & the Browser

    Now take a closer look at the Arturia Mini V's browser and its wide selection of factory presets and more. Then learn how to add your own presets and organize them for future use.

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    Mini V Sound Design Techniques

    Now that you have a strong grasp on all of the features of the Mini V, explore some creative techniques of synthesis that can be used to make unique sound and more.

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    Bass Sound Design

    In this video, learn to make a fat bass sound from scratch that makes use of the Mini V's features.

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    Lead Sound Design

    Learn a few ways to craft powerful lead sounds from scratch using the Mini V.

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    Pad Sound Design

    See how to design some rich pad sounds that make use of the Mini V's deep features.

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    Review & Conclusion

    Now that you know all about the technical aspects of the Mini V and have explored designing sounds from scratch, get a quick recap and a few tips to see you on your way to using and making fantastic sounds with this fantastically recreated classic instrument.

Product Overview

Synth pro Tyler Coffin delivers in-depth Arturia Mini V tutorials! Learn all about Arturia's virtual recreation of the legendary Moog Minimoog synthesizer from the '70s. Explore all of the Mini V's features and functions, as well as how to make awesome Bass, Pad and Lead sounds from scratch. These videos are designed for new Arturia Mini V users.

Tyler begins with an introduction that gives you some history about the Moog Minimoog, followed by a detailed overview of the Mini V's layout and user interface. Then you'll learn about the Mini V's "Classic" mode which closely resembles the original's layout. This timeless workflow through oscillators, the filter, and more, has created countless legendary sounds in the past, and now you can too.

Moving on you'll discover the extended panel, which gives you even more options and features, such as an LFO and Arpeggiator to modulate and control parameters of sound and create cool patterns from held notes. Tyler then reveals the Motion Recorder which enables you to create movement in your sound by modulating different parameters. See how to draw in complex repeating or one-shot curves, that allow for complete dynamic control of the instrument and much more.

Throughout the rest of the videos, you'll watch how to utilize the built-in effects, use the preset management tools and browser, and learn to create fat Bass, rich Pad and Lead sounds all from scratch, using all the Mini V's features you've learned about in the videos.

To see what these detailed Arturia Mini V tutorials show you, and how they'll get you up to speed and make your own Minimoog sounds from scratch, see the individual Mini V video tutorial descriptions on this page. Add that legendary '70s Minimoog sound to your tracks and productions now... Watch “Arturia Mini V Explained®” today.

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Date published: 2020-11-06
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