In this article, we recreate the lead pluck sound in a-ha’s “Take On Me” with Arturia’s Pigments.
Let’s take a look at how to recreate the iconic FM synth pad heard in Toto’s “Africa” with Arturia’s Pigments.
Let’s take a look at how to recreate the iconic synth heard in the intro of Radiohead’s “Everything In Its Right Place” with Arturia’s Pigments.
To get a sense of just how powerful granular synthesis can be, let’s try and transform this unconventional audio sample into something much more musical.
We chatted with Lapalux about his modular setups, manipulating and warping sounds, and bringing life to digital sounds.
In this article, let’s use Serum to turn back the clock and learn how to add some analog flavor to our digital sounds.
Getting 808s to cut through a mix may not be as hard as you think – here’s four tips on how to make your 808s pack a punch.
Let’s explore Ableton’s Wavetable by examining its oscillators and modulation in detail. We’ll then use our learnings to create our very own patch.
Despite Serum’s wealth of functionalities, there’s one powerful feature that often gets overlooked by many – let’s explore how to manually draw wavetables.
Circle2 is easy to use, great sounding, and affordable. In this blog post, we take a look at why this synth is great for beginner producers.
Let’s explore Circle2’s VPS, a new type of synthesis that allows sound designers to control phaseshaping across two vectors: the horizontal and vertical.
Explore the ins and outs of Circle2, Future Audio Workshop’s powerful synth with limitless possibilities for beginners and pros alike.