No clue on where to start on the path to becoming a theremin master?
Hopefully, this video won’t set you back, too far.
Each code began randomly, and was then altered to make it more appealing; adding and subtracting variables, changing constants, etc. Support was added for the XY pad on almost every single code, resulting in potential changes ranging from subtle to drastic.
To get the libraries:
Sunrizer is available in the App Store for $4.99. Details are available at the developer’s site.
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Here’s what they have to say about Explorer:
“Anyone looking for a bit of insight and exploration into this semi-modular behemoth should be pleased. Following hot-on-the-heels of our factory presets, these presets are of equal quality, and will greatly expand your palette.” says Fletcher Kaufman, owner of Sunsine Audio.
Each preset has the mod wheel and X-Y Pad routed to useful destinations. In addition 21 presets have been “Coupled” and labeled accordingly to be used as dual layer presets utilizing both synth engines. These presets maintain their function and individuality when used un-”Coupled” as well.
Developer Joe Hanley has launched a KickStarter campaign for Syntorial – an interactive training program designed to help musicians program synth sounds faster and easier.
Handley says that Syntorial differs from other synth tutorials in two important ways:
The deadline is Sep 22. It’s currently about 45% funded.
See the Syntorial Kickstarter site for details.
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Qneo just released this new demo video for Voice Synth v2 - a specialized synthesizer for creative voice sculpting.
Here’s what’s new in Voice Synth v2: