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Analog Strings Tutorial

Output Analog Strings Explained®

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12 Videos | Length: 51min 34sec
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    Presets

    Learn how to navigate the preset library, use search tags, create favourites, save edited sounds, lock elements in place when changing presets, and rescan when loading new content.

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    Layers & Sound Sources

    See how to quickly modify a preset by swapping out sound sources on either or both of the two layers, and by using the macro sliders.

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    Looping Sound Sources

    Explore the Looping function available with sound sources in the Tape category.

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    Amp Envelope

    Explore the sonic possibilities of altering the amplitude characteristics of a note over it?s duration; including how long it takes to ramp up to full volume, how long it takes to decay down to the level it will sustain at, and how long it takes to die away once the note is released.

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    Pitch Modulation

    Discover how the pitch envelope controls are used to alter the pitch of a note over it?s duration, and how the fluter controls are used for an LFO based pitch modulation effect.

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    Mono, Glide, & Color

    See how to turn mono monophonic mode on/off for each layer, how to adjust pitch transitions between notes using relative and absolute glide modes, and how to change the timbre of the sound sources using the color parameter.

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    FX

    Explore the layer based and global effects processors available in Analog Strings.

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    LFO Rhythm Generators

    Discover how to use various waveform shapes to modulate volume, pan, and a variety of effect parameters.

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    Step Sequencer

    Explore the ways of customizing and creating step sequencer based rhythm modulators.

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    Flux

    Learn how to use this step rate sequencer as a secondary modulator that acts upon the modulation established with the rhythm generators.

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    Arpeggiator

    Learn to use and modify the various arpeggiator patterns, as well as how to create your own from scratch.

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    Macros & MIDI Learn

    See how the four macro sliders are used to make changes to up to six parameters each simultaneously, and how to assign MIDI CC messages for live performance control.

Product Overview


Eli Krantzberg delivers in-depth video tutorials about Output's latest smash hit virtual instrument, Analog Strings. Learn all the features and functions as well as how to get creative and dial-in standard and other-worldly string sounds and parts!

Eli starts off with the interface and how to load and browse presets, followed by layering sounds, and looping sources. Synth parameters such as Amp Envelopes, Pitch Mod, Mono, Glide and Color are all explained, as well as videos on all the effects and how they each add to your sound.

Eli then reveals the powerful LFO Rhythm Generators, Step Sequencer, Arpeggiator and more, allowing you to truly create mind blowing string parts and effects.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you're excited to explore this amazing string VI and see just what it can do, get "Output Analog Strings Explained" today!


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Output Analog Strings Explained® is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 .
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Great Video-Helped Me Out A lot. This video was really helpful. I had this vst for a while and I wasn't using it because I didn't know how. It was explained in a way that I could understand with a lot of examples that I could easily follow.
Date published: 2021-06-09
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Good overview, well-explained. The course provides a comprehensive overview of the functionality of the product with demonstrations of the various parameters. An excellent start to exploring the capabilities of this powerful instrument.
Date published: 2020-05-10
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Useful exploration Goes through useful stuff I probably wouldn't have explored.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Good overview A good overview of Analog Strings. I like the fast pace that Eli does in all of his videos. No need to tell us what he's going to talk about, he just gets right into talking about it. The flux section was the most interesting for me.
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 0.5 out of 5 by from Rushed review making the instrument sound bad. I've come to regret Eli being the presenter in these videos when I used to think of him as my favorite. Rush rush rush, don't blink or you'll miss three entire points of consideration. From the brief trailer of this product I was lead to believe it sounds amazing. From this video I find that I don't like how it sounds at all. I was very interested to see what the acoustic symphonic string presets sounded like. We really get zero presentation of how any preset sounds like outside the rush to show feature and parameter adjustment. If ever there was a video presentation on Groove3 that pushed me away from considering buying a product it is this one right here. It sounds like crap and here's some various ways to mess with it's awful sound.
Date published: 1969-12-31
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