Make a Screaming Acid Sequence

Make a Screaming Acid Sequence

A form of House music called Acid House became widely popular in the mid-80`s. The style was defined primarily by the “squelching” sounds and deep basslines of the Roland TB-303 electronic synthesizer-sequencer. From that time on-wards, the famous acid...
Make Unusual Drum Loops with Comb Filter

Make Unusual Drum Loops with Comb Filter

We all got used to applying equalizers, compressors and different LP/HP filters to the drum loops and drums in general. However sometimes, if not always, being creative really pays off. Applying multiple effects on drum loop is fun, but recently I came across a cool...
The Ultimate Guide To Dark Dubstep Synths

The Ultimate Guide To Dark Dubstep Synths

There are infinite possibilities and avenues to explore when it comes to sound design for Dubstep. It is important to acknowledge this when you’re making your sounds because without some established idea or limitation, you can get lost in synthesis, forgetting that...
Widen Your Drum Loops With a Frequency Shifter

Widen Your Drum Loops With a Frequency Shifter

Frequency Shifter raises or lowers the frequency of an input signal using a complex amplitude modulation-like technique. Unlike the pitch shifter, it does not preserve the harmonic relationships between the various tones and harmonics in the input signal. In the next...

Amplitude Panning

Amplitude panning originates from stereophony, initially developed by Blumlein in the early 1930s. In essence, this system transforms the phase and amplitude difference of a signal recorded by stereophonic reception systems (mic stereo pairs, or the ears for that...