Diva Demystified

Learn to program u-he's synth with MacProVideo.com      08/02/13
Diva Demystified


MacProVideo.com have released Diva Demystified, a video tutorial on the u-he Diva synth.

A spokesperson had this to say, "u-he Diva is a hungry synth! Hungry to produce the most retro synth sounds of the not-so-distant past. Dig into this deep, Dinosaur Impersonating Virtual Analog synthesizer with synthesist, Rishabh Rajan, and see how you can bring the sounds of the past rushing back to the present!...
u-he designs some the world's most extraordinary virtual instruments. DIVA their Dinosaur Impersonating Virtual Analog synthesizer is no exception.
In this course, by expert synthesist and producer Rishabh Rajan, you dive deep into DIVA and discover the synth sounds that its industrial circuit simulators produce. You get a detailed tour of DIVA's retro interface with its view options and skins. Then you learn all about its array of virtual oscillators that combine to create some formidable sonic sounds. Rajan shows you how to create Moog, Roland, Korg simulations as you push the oscillators through DIVA's banks of extraordinary, complex filters.
Next up are the extensive Envelopes with their flexible staging, the programmable Modulators, the extensive effects and Global controls.
Then, in a final flourish, Rishabh makes DIVA's powerful tools come together as he so expertly reverse engineers a complex synth patch! In this course you learn a ton about DIVA with the added bonus of attending a Rishabh Rajan synthesis masterclass! It's really two courses for the price of one!"


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