Absolute Absynth

OS X 10.6.6
Celebrate ten years of Absynth with these tell-all, expose videos that explore this Native Instruments soft synth's every intimate detail. Watch and see why this updated virtual synth is the Go To instrument for the top synthesists and sound designers all over the world! Absynth does just about every kind of synthesis available on Planet Earth, including: Additive, Subtractive, FM, Wavetable, Granular, Morphing and Sampling. It also comes fully loaded with a multitude of filters like the Supercomb, Cloudfilter and the Aetherizer. In fact, Absynth 5 does such weird-and-wild, whacked out alien stuff that we at mPV are convinced that its "code" had to originate from a galaxy far, far away. To confirm our suspicions, we've sent out an mPV Interplanetary NED to explore the possibilities. A soft synth of this complexity needs a really clear and grounded trainer. That's why we chose our most down-to-earth, in-house, expert educator, Scott Freiman, to tame this aural beast! Who else but Scott could make sense of Absynth's 68-stage envelope generators and its 1800 sounds and effects settings?! In this very deep tutorial, Scott leaves no knob unturned! First, he takes you on a journey through the history of Absynth from its groundbreaking beginnings to its present day configuration. From there he's off and running, uncovering Absynth's plethora of advanced features and its new easy-to-use Mutator sound generation technology. He covers the browser, its internal effects, spectrum editing, its matrix of modulators, the macros, audio modulation and lots, lots more. In fact, we at macProVideo.com guarantee that there isn't an Absynth tutorial like this one anywhere in the universe! So plug in to this Scott Freiman video masterpiece and see why Absolute Absynth is absolutely the most awesome, authentic, au courant authority on NI's audadious audio soft synth: Absynth! Table of Contents: 1. Ten Years Of Absynth 2. An Overview Of Absynth 3. Setting Up Audio and MIDI 4. Using Absynth As A Plug-In 5. The Browser 6. More About the Browser 7. The Mutator 8. The Performance Page 9. Saving Sounds 10. Using Absynth As An Effect 11. Signal Flow 12. Envelopes and Waves 13. Oscillators 14. Unison and Phase 15. Multiple Oscillators 16. Wavetable Modes 17. Sampling Modes 18. Oscillator Templates 19. Filters 20. Filter Examples 21. Waveshapers 22. Modulators 23. Using Feedback 24. Creating Custom Waves 25. Editing Custom Waves 26. Spectrum Edit 27. Morph Waves 28. Introduction to Envelopes 29. Working With Envelopes 30. Editing Breakpoints 31. More Envelope Editing 32. Syncing Envelopes 33. Envelope Modes 34. Control Driven Mode 35. Sample Jump 36. Envelope LFOs 37. Envelope Modulation 38. The Master Envelope 39. Transform Commands 40. Effects 41. Types of Effects 42. Using the Aetherizer 43. More About the Aetherizer 44. Effect Templates 45. LFOs 46. More About LFOs 47. Macros 48. More About Macros 49. More About the Performance Tab 50. Audio Modulation 51. Trigger Module 52. Creating An Absynth Effect 53. The Mutator 54. More About the Mutator 55. Supercomb And Cloud Filters 56. Audio Recorder 57. Using Programs 58. Thanks for Watching!