Epic Synth has a warm and fuzzy analog sound, giving me warm and fuzzy feelings.
Addictive Synth is an Additive Synth for the iPad, by VirSyn. The depth of this synthesizer is both taunting and inviting. With so many morph and modulation options there is a lot of fun to be had.
For more information on Additive Synthesis, this guy gives a great tutorial:
If you're watching this on an iPad hit the resize button in the top right for a perfect 1:1 full screen. Put on headphones, lots of low-end ahead! I continue this series with a deeper look at how the filter controls can be used for expressive synthesis.
My videos are improving; as I teach you music, I learn video production. The audio and video desync in a couple spots, but I fixed it up so it shouldn't interfere with the lesson.
I got a copy of iSyn Poly (thanks to TouchSound Podcast ) and had a lot of fun with it, so I decided to do a review. Things went awry... on the plus side my production techniques have dramatically improved!
I want to do a series of videos that will help anyone who wants to play music go from knowing nothing to playing with advanced synthesizers and arrangers. We're starting off with the simple and elegant technoBox2.