This course is designed for those interested to learn how to operate synthesizers to make their own sounds.Read more.
About This Course
Who this course is for:
- This course is meant for anyone interested in making their own sounds to enhance their productions.
- This course does not go into complex terminology about synthesis, so it is ideal for students just starting out (or needing a refresher) in synthesis and sound design.
What you’ll learn:
- Design amazing sounds using any synthesizer
- Work in Reason to understand synthesis
- Work in Ableton Live to understand synthesis
- Create any sound you can imagine using whatever software is at your disposal
- This course uses both Reason and Ableton Live, but is designed to work on any software (or hardware) platform. So no matter what software you are using, this class will guide you through how to use your synthesizers.
This classes uses the same system I’ve used for years in my college courses for teaching sound design: Identify and master the 4 main pieces of any synthesizer, and you will be flying when you first approach any other unit in the future.
This system keeps the technical jargon to a minimum and gets you making your own sounds quick.
J. Anthony Allen is an Ableton Certified Trainer, and a PhD in Music Composition and Master of Electronic Sounds. His music has been heard internationally in film, radio, video games, and industrial sound, as well as the concert hall and theater.
He is currently an adjunct professor of composition at the University of St. Thomas, Macphail Academy of Music, and the CEO of Slam Academy in Minneapolis.
Praise for other classes by J. Anthony Allen:
– “Dr Allen does it again with his music theory for electronic musicians series. This course really opened up everything I learned from the 1st section and now I understand more about the composition side of things for music. I highly highly recommend this course to anyone!!! Really opened my eyes to many things I wasn’t aware of.”
– “The Best Teacher ever, who makes you understand the ins & outs of Music Theory by all mean without giving what you don’t want to know.”
– “I have never had any formal training in music at all. Trying to learn all the notes and how everything translated was a serious challenge. After going thru this class, Dr. J has totally brought down the barriers. The content was very useful and was easy to grasp for me.”
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to make your own sounds with the use of synthesizers.
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|Section 1 - Introduction To Sound Design And Synthesis|
|Introduction And Overview||00:00:00|
|About The Software We Will Use: Reason And Ableton Live||00:00:00|
|The Types Of Synthesis We Will Cover In This Class||00:00:00|
|The 4 Elements To All Synthesizers||00:00:00|
|Section 2 - Fundamentals Of Subtractive Synthesis|
|The Sub-tractor In Reason: The Interface||00:00:00|
|Putting It All Together In Reason||00:00:00|
|Using Ableton’s Analog For Subtractive Synthesis||00:00:00|
|Section 3 - The Other Elements: LFO, Modulations, And Other Key Elements|
|Portamento or Glide||00:00:00|
|Section 4 - Deconstruction: Part 1|
|Subtractive Synthesizer Patch Deconstruction No. 1: Reason||00:00:00|
|Subtractive Synthesizer Patch Deconstruction No. 2: Ableton Live||00:00:00|
|Section 5 - FM Synthesis|
|What Is FM Synthesis?||00:00:00|
|Using Ableton’s Operator: The Interface||00:00:00|
|Making Sounds Using FM Synthesis||00:00:00|
|Adding The Additional Elements||00:00:00|
|Section 6 - Deconstruction Part 2|
|FM Synthesizer Patch Deconstruction No. 3: Ableton’s Operator||00:00:00|
|FM Synthesizer Patch Deconstruction No. 4: Ableton’s Operator||00:00:00|
|Section 7 - Wrap Up!|
|Coming Up In Sound Design Fundamentals: Sampling||00:00:00|
|Section 8 - Bonus Videos: Ableton Live's Analog Instrument|
|Analog Basic Outline||00:00:00|
|Noise And LFO In Analog||00:00:00|