In this tutorials we are exploring Absynth as an FX unit. There are many uses of Absynth as a classic effect unit and there are some great FX presets in Absynth factory library you should explore. Instead will look into more specific features of Absynth FX such as using it for envelope following, complex gate sequencing, stereo effects, transition effects and also how to trigger envelopes in Absynth with external audio.
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.
In this tutorial we will be creating pad sound. As you probably know Absynth has some great capabilities in this area and today we will barely scratch the surface. But we have to start somewhere so in this tutorial I will try to show you some of the most basic but very important techniques for creating pad and ambiance sounds in Absynth.
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.
This time we will look into audio processing modules of Absynth. First we will look into filters and wave-shapers and then also in few special audio modulation processors such as ring-mod and frequency shifter effect.