Multiplier welcomes you and goes over what the series is all about.
Multiplier welcomes you and gives you an introduction to samplers, and how they are used to create instruments, from samples.
Learn all about ADSR (Attack, Delay, Sustain and Release), and the most basic application of it, to shape volume over time.
Multiplier now addresses a very common problem when using samples and samplers, "clicks". See how to remove them, as well as address a subtle problem called "MIDI gaps".
Discover how to use ADSR to modulate or change pitch, in this example, to define the start of the sound.
See how to create riffs and melodies using a sampler and pitch bends. Multiplier also shows his preferred workflow, and how to set pitch bend range.
This video shows how to tune a sampler, fine-tune a sampler, as well as some considerations when working with vocals.
Learn how to smooth looping sustained sounds, and how to avoid phasing when doing this with vocals.
Explore two examples of filter modulation, first using a low pass, and secondly, using a notch filter.
Multisampling is a huge part of sampling. Multiplier first introduces the idea with a simple example, and then shows a more creative application of it.
What is velocity? Why is it useful? Multiplier reveals the main three uses: filter cutoff, amplitude/volume, and multisample layers.
This video quickly explains what "voices" are, and how it's necessary knowledge to apply and use portamento/glide.
Discover LFO modulation, with two examples, first, vibrato, and then a second, more complex example involving a filter.
This is Multiplier's secret weapon for making the most out of samplers. Explore three different examples, tone, "metal attack", and "wobble attack".
Now discover the all-mighty time stretching, and pitch shifting algorithms most modern samplers offer.
Adam Pollard aka Multiplier, brings more video tutorials to the Electronic Music Producer's Guide series, now focusing on Samplers! Perfect for the new sampler user, this series is designed to get you familiar with what a sampler is, and their common applications and pitfalls when using them.
Multiplier welcomes you and hits the ground running by covering what a sampler is and how they work, as well as how they are used to create instruments from samples. Next, you'll learn about ADSR and Envelopes, which are very important to creating instruments with samplers and sculpting their sounds.
Then it's onto more ways to control and tailor your sample's sound, by using Pitch Envelopes, Loop Crossfades, Filter Modulation, Velocity and more. Multiplier now goes into advanced topics such as using LFO Modulation, FM Envelopes, and Time Stretching and Pitch Shifting, all design to take you sampler instrument further down the rabbit hole.
You'll then see creative tutorials like creating pitch bend melodies and riffs, and using multisampling for a bigger palette of sonic options. Multiplier then wraps it up with videos on Interpolation and High Quality Modes, and when to use them, and how to fix clicks and MIDI Gaps when programming your sampler instrument.
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you produce electronic music, samplers are a huge component to the production of this genre. Get a solid foundation in sampling as well as some advanced knowledge on the topic from these in-depth video tutorials... Watch "Electronic Music Producer's Guide: Samplers" today.
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