Developer Richard Meyer – creator of Patch Morpher – has introduced Zed Synth – a new software synthesizer for iPhone & iPad. Zed Synthc combines virtual analog synthesis with physical modeling synthesis, letting you create ‘rich and immersive sounds’, ranging from bright electronic dance music patches to subtle and expressive solo instruments.
Moog Music has a new video out today on The Moog Ladder Filter, the patent for which Bob Moog is being inducted into the National Inventors’ Hall of Fame. Rick Shaich, Moog Hardware Engineer, narrates the video and explains the Ladder Filter’s important distinction of being “voltage controllable… It’s really the heart of subtractive synthesis,… Read More The ‘Heart of Subtractive Synthesis’: The Moog Ladder Filter, Explained
Subtractor Basics – Micro Tutorial was uploaded by: PropellerheadSW
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SineVibes had introduced Torsion, a new monophonic Audio Unit synthesizer that offers multiple synthesis technologies and modulation sources. Torsion’s sound structure is similar to a traditional subtractive synthesizer – three oscillators going into a low-pass filter and into an amplifier. But Torsion’s oscillators are different: they produce simple additive waves based on just a few partials, which are then… Read More Sinevibes Intros Torsion Hybrid Synthesizer For OS X
12 days of Modular- #1 Sine Wave was uploaded by: raulsworldofsynths
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This tutorial takes a look at Subtractor synthesis in Propellerhead Reason. It’s part of an excellent series of tutorials on Reason & Record by James Bernard.
Holloween Sounds on FL studio was uploaded by: dilliot2k
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Image Line has introduced Harmless, a software synth that creates the sounds of subtractive synthesis through additive synthesis. “Everything is fake,” says Image Line, “the tone generator, the filter & its resonance, the phaser, all performed on the harmonics, before partials are computed.”