In this video I resurrect LZW (LMMS & ZynAddSubFX Watch & Learn).
Series 2, Episode 01.
I haven't seen a comprehensive and competent ZynAddSubFX overview, so I decided to start up this new series by showing you the tools we're going to be using to synthesize our music out of thin air, bit by bit later in the series. If you want to find your passion for synthetic music - subscribe!
Get the software here: http://lmms.sf.net/download.php - it's Free and OpenSource Software :)
Next up in the series: Synthesizing Drums: Kick Drum.
00:00 New series introduction
04:09 New LMMS version: 1.0.0
07:34 Starting with ZynAddSubFX
08:00 Instrument tab in LMMS
10:07 Main window
10:29 Main menu
11:37 Panel Window
13:40 Top pane of the main window
13:35 Using knobs
15:27 Internal sound recorder
16:40 PANIC button
17:28 Virtual Keyboard
23:33 Bottom pane of the main window
23:43 Master output level meter
26:07 Part number switch
26:25 Part naming
26:45 Patch browser
27:55 Edit instrument window
29:10 Volume, pan and sensitivity
34:05 Mode: Poly, Mono or Legato
36:33 Portamento (I've got confused)
40:53 Keyboard listening range (Min. k / Max. k)
42:15 NoteOn checkbox - (you want this ON!)
42:37 System Effects send knobs
42:58 System Effects (Send Effects)
44:17 Insertion Effects
50:40 Pane colors
53:13 Filter type abbreviations
56:30 Harmonics table
58:34 Start type (Random, Zero or Max)
1:05:14 Show Voice List
1:05:36 Show Voice Parameters
1:11:28 Convert to SINE*
(More to come)
*Also watch: Monty Montgomery's Digital Show & Tell http://xiph.org/video/vid2.shtml
Next in series: Synthesizing Kick Drum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coVl1...