This is a very helpful video tutorial that shares an overview of Absynth granular synthesis and several ideas you can use right away in your own projects!
This video tutorial will show you how you can make a rather unique abstract Absynth pluck pad style instrument, ideal for use in cinematic and atmospheric projects.
This video shares how you can design your own deep and meditative Absynth synth pad that is complex enough to stand on it’s own!
Today we will look at one of the easiest and fastest ways to make an Absynth chorded pad, which can also be used for other supporting synths and leads as well.
This helpful tutorial will share what the different NI Absynth oscillator modes are, how they work and how they can affect your sounds.
When it comes to synthesizing sounds, there isn’t much that Absynth can’t handle. This in-depth video tutorial shares how to design a synthetic Absynth snare drum.
This tutorial will show how easy it is to design a nice shimmering Absynth pad without delving too deep into any of the advanced features of this incredibly powerful synth. Perfect for a very wide range of music!
In this Absynth tutorial we will look into synthesizing a choir sound. As usual there couple of ways of doing this in Absynth. The most straight forward way is with using Aetherizer master effect (which is the big brother of Absynth’s Cloud Filter) to produce vowel like frequencies in our sound.
Every synth in the world is a little different from the next. Unless you’re talking about Absynth, because it is completely different! Check out how to use LFOs in Absynth for some great results.
Absynth has the ability to be used as an insert in your DAW, which means that it is basically just a giant effects plugin at this point and the sky is the limit for your sounds and samples.