Inside Synthesis 004 - FM Synthesis Part 1

Back after the NAMM break      01/02/08
Inside Synthesis returns this week with the first part on the rather obscure FM synthesis. William H demystifies this mathematical approach to sound creation. Lots of examples and brilliant graphics. For the full article (and embed code) Click Here
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Marc JX8P    Said...

A very complex subject matter and very clearly explained. I also love how practical the examples and explanations are, concentrating more on the sound creation than the theory. I have experimented a bit with FM in the past but it was always a bit hit and miss. This is definetely something that inspired me to try programming fm sounds again. Looking forward to the next part!

01-Feb-08 10:20 AM


william    Said...

same here

very well made and clearly laid out

01-Feb-08 01:30 PM


tom    Said...

inspired me to drag out the old DX-7 and av' a go at it

01-Feb-08 05:59 PM


   Said...

best explanation after many years of trying to figure it out. Can't wait for the next one.

02-Feb-08 04:20 PM


Louis Faro    Said...

Yes,yes brilliant, thank you!

05-Feb-08 05:01 PM


unklekarma    Said...

k00l video :)

But, the DX7 is a bit harder to program than stated in this video ;)

01-Aug-08 08:13 AM


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