If you're looking for creative sound design tools (and a refined workflow) in wavetable synthesis, then this course will be great for you! Get creative ideas for sound design using:
I've done much sound design - sometimes reverse engineering famous patches and other times creating new sounds. Wavetable synthesis offers sound designers a tremendous palette of possibilities. In this course, I'll share my sound design tips, tricks and best practices using Wavetable to design sounds from scratch (drums, pad, lead, bass).
In this class you'll learn:
If you're new to wavetable (or synthesis as a whole), this course will give you a framework for sound design AND a good foundation for wavetable synths in general. If you're experienced with sound design, this course offers you guidance for achieving best results in wavetable.
Here's a simple class project that will consolidate much of what you've learned:
Pro Tips: Consider the 'genre' of our sound. For example, use an MS2 or PRD filter model for a 'vintage' sound - while using the Clean or SMP for more modern genres. It is always more convincing to use models and techniques that match the time and place that our sound is being designed for. I even recommend taking 5 minutes before any sound design project to jot down the defining characteristics that you intend to bring out in your sound design.
If you have any questions about the lessons or this project, please reach out to me via direct message or in the discussion board. Good luck and thanks for watching!