Ready for some FM synthesis? In this KORG opsix native video course, synthesizer expert Tyler Coffin takes you on an in-depth excursion of Korg’s opsix native, the new FM-based virtual synth that packs several tricks up its sleeve, just like the hardware version. You’ll learn the ins and outs of the instrument, so you’ll know exactly which knobs to reach for and what to do with them when you have a sound in mind. Plus, Tyler will show you how to design three classic sounds from scratch. These KORG opsix native videos are designed for new opsix native users. Tyler kicks things off with an overview of the instrument, including the similarities and differences between the plug-in and the hardware, and a tour of the interface, so you’ll know where everything’s laid out as we move forward. Then it’s on to the Operators, of which there are six, where you’ll find the basis for sound generation and modulation. Tyler will show you how the algorithms can be used to modulate frequencies, among other things.
Next, explore the Sound group, where you’ll find synth elements such as the filter, envelope, effects, and more. A look at the sequencer/arpeggiator’s settings, which offer numerous opportunities for rhythmic interest, follows this.
There’s more to come as well, including some miscellaneous parameters (including randomization), an explanation of the browser, and three sound design examples—bass, lead, and pad—so you can see the concepts you’ve learned put to use right away!
If FM synths are your thing, you’ll love Korg’s opsix native. With this opsix video course, you can be sure you’ll be able to take full advantage of its sonic magic efficiently and with confidence in no time at all. See the individual opsix native video tutorial descriptions for more information on all the incredible things this instrument can do. Learn to make FM synthesis work for you… Watch “Korg opsix native Explained®” today!
What You Will Learn:
-Overview of the instrument and similarities and differences between the plug-in and hardware versions
-How to use the six Operators to generate various sounds and modulate others
-Creating exciting, dynamic sequences and rhythmic interest with the sequencer/arpeggiator
-How to build from scratch three classic sounds: bass, lead, and pad