Trance / IDM pioneer and veteran film composer BT shares three tips for creating custom presets with Softube’s Parallels.
Euclidean rhythms are fascinating grooves that lie at the intersection of math and music. In this article, let’s define what constitutes a Euclidean rhythm and hear them in action.
Learn how to use Parallels, Softube’s new software synthesizer that merges great sounds with an intuitive user interface.
Learn how to use Arturia’s CZ V to recreate the synth string and the bass sounds from Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It.”
Learn how to recreate James Blake’s “The Wilhelm Scream” with the Prophet V from Arturia’s V Collection 7.
Learn how to recreate the intro to The Beatles’ “Strawberry Fields Forever” with Mellotron V from Arturia’s V Collection 7.
Grammy-winning producer and recording engineer Malay tells us about working with Frank Ocean, how Arturia’s V Collection fits into his workflow, and more.
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.