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Tutorial: String Machine in 7 Steps on any Synthesizer

Marcus Padrini from MusicApps.com.br did a tutorial on how you can creat the classic Vangelis-ish "String Machine" sound on just about any synth. For purposes of demonstration he's using a Korg Minilogue, Roland FA07, and iOS app Magellan!

Although he is speaking in Portuguese, Marcus has included built-in English YouTube captions.

Video Description:

Seven steps to create a basic, but cool, synth patch that resembles the sounds of string machines and other synthesizers used by musicians such as Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis, etc.

Synths used in the example: Korg Minilogue, Roland FA07 and Magellan for iPad.

Reader Comments 4

Cool stuff!

and then i realize that i can hear Portuguese while reading English and understand it all in my french head, strange.

Hi Tim!
January 19, 2018  | person Alesk
Hey Alesk! That sounds super confusing, but I'm glad it worked out!
Thanks for posting it here, Tim! I will try to make English subtitles for all my new videos :)
January 20, 2018  | person_outline Marcus Padrini
Great stuff! Thanks for making the video, Marcus!
January 20, 2018  | person MikeV

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