There's a world of FREE synths out there that most producers don't know, haven't explored or taken the time to learn. Here's a course covering 10 of trainer G.W. Childs' favorites! See what these FREE synths can do for you!
Well, neither did we until synth expert G.W. Childs proposed this course. As it turns out, these FREE, renegade synths are the real deal! In fact, they're pretty darn inspiring! See how these creative, outside-the-box synths work, what they can do, and how you can fuse them into your musical world. We're pretty confident that once you see them in-action, you'll be downloading them right away!
So sit back, Dig in, TURN UP THE VOLUME and imagine how these synths can enhance your next production or live set.
Great resource for new synths I hadn't heard about. I'm sure a few will be joining my rig!
DV8ter wrote on October 25, 2016
Handy if you use these free plugs. An overview of each recommended synth is supplied to get you started.
Jason Wilden wrote on October 8, 2016
OK so once again the raw (but ultimately right) tones of GW Childs are echoing around my room.
He lacks the dulcet tones of Rishabh Rabin (who can inform me and gently lull me to sleep both at the same time)
He focusses on other things than Jo Albano whose logical and sensible guidance has formed a huge part of my recent re-introduction back into music.
Nope! Mr Childs is rough and tough, and ready and totally right in his approach to synthesis. His videos engage me and annoy me in equal quantities sometimes - but I rarely get away without learning something new! And sometimes the verbage annoys me but most of the time it is dead on!!
I've not commented on any of GW Childs videos before but I'd like to take the opportunity to do so now - thank you for reams of good advice, and plenty of entertainment. Like you I've been a synth player since the 80s and it is good to hear somebody talk who has that background ;-)
I particularly rate your work on the NI Finger/Voice stuff - that was fantastic and opened up a whole new world to me - as a Komplete owner I'd ignored those for years.
So - cheers Mr Childs,