Arturia Synthi V Explained TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | March 06 2020 | 344 MB

Synth expert Tyler Coffin delivers tutorials on Arturia’s most excellent recreation of the EMS Synthi synthesizer from the ’70s! Explore and learn all of its features and functions as well as how to make sounds with this extraordinary virtual synth. These videos are designed for new Synthi V users.

Tyler starts with a brief history of the Synthi and then dives deep into the user interface and basic operation. He then explains how the Synthi is modular in nature, with each section its own module that must be connected in the Pin Matrix to serve its purpose. Tyler covers all the modules of the Synthi V so that you know their functions and capabilities.

Next, it’s on to the Keyboard Sequencer which at the time was pioneering, and you’ll see how its limitations provide even now an interesting take programming note patterns. More advanced functions are then explored and you’ll see how the Synthi’s unique XY Joystick can be used to modulate and control different parameters for wild sound creation.

Throughout the rest of the videos you’ll learn all about the Synthi V’s preset and browser functions and get in-depth sound design tutorials putting everything you learned and more, into creating Basses, Leads and Pads from scratch. Tyler then wraps it up with a video recap and gives you more tips to get you on your way and make some amazing sounds with this amazing virtual instrument.

To see what these concise and thorough Arturia Synthi V tutorials show you, and how they’ll get you up and running fast, see the individual Synthi V video tutorial descriptions on this page. Become a Synthi V wiz and start making wild and interesting synth patches today… Watch “Arturia Synthi V Explained®” now.


2 new videos added

Sound Design Example: Experimental Effects Pt. 1
Sound Design Example: Experimental Effects Pt. 2

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