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Sound Design with FRMS, Paper, and a Music Box

Lucas from Imaginando mangled up recordings of piece of paper and a music box inside of FRMS. The music box turned out quite haunting! I like the weird spooky vibe Lucas got out of his final sound, which you can hear in the first 20 seconds of this video.

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YouTube tutorials are back! After a brief hiatus, our tutorials return with a brand new video and a fresh new format for FRMS.

It’s a real journey of sound design from start to finish, showing the whole process of creating a multi-layered sound from scratch, combining granular and FM synthesis.

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It’s a bit of a shame that the Imaginando tutorials aren’t more widely known. They have about 120 for DRC alone on YouTube that are applicable to all standard subtractive synths. Highly recommended.
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