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.
Just about every song needs a good kick drum, and Absynth makes it easy to make a simple bass drum of any style imaginable. This tutorial shows you how to get started.
In todays tutorial we will look into how to create sequenced groovy sounds in Absynth. This is a bit more experimental tutorial and rather than making one specific sound we will look into several different techniques and possibilities within Absynth. This will give you the idea what can be done and then it’s up to you how you will use and incorporate this technique in your music production.
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.
This is a special treat, because this two part video from the PluginGuru features the original creator of Absynth who shares with us what this powerhouse synth is capable of.
This video helps to break down how to control and modulate samples with the granular engine in NI Absynth through the use of an envelope.
Having Absynth in your studio is like having a secret sound design weapon in your sonic arsenal. One big reason is the Aetherizer feature, which is featured in this great video tutorial.
Absynth is not just great just for pads and evolving soundscapes but also for all kinds of dirty lead and bass sounds. It is greatly overlooked synth when it comes to this. In this tutorial I will show you one of the techniques how to create dirty wobble bass sounds in Absynth.
In this tutorial we will be creating a riser effect. Absynth is great for this types of effects because of it’s amazing envelopes. With them you can very precisely specify timing and speed and also accurately control the energy and intensity of riser effect. We will also look into envelope in LFO mode which offers some great new possibilities.