FM Synthesis Course
May 2nd, 2020, 11:30
Long after FM synthesis was first introduced to the music industry in the classic Yamaha DX7 keyboard, it's still a popular choice for synthesis and sound design, found in numerous DAWs and synth plug-ins. But unlike analog synthesis, FM can be more than a little daunting to get a handle onâ€”that's where Rishabh Rajan's new course "FM Synthesis Explored" comes in.. The course explores the creative possibilities offered by FM synthesis, starting with a thorough look at the basic theoryâ€”operators, carriers and modulatorsâ€”and then proceeding to in-depth tours of a variety of software FM synths, including NI's Reaktor, Live's Operator, Logic's EFM1, FL Studio's Sytrus, NI's FM8, Logic's Retro Synth, and Arturia's DX7 V. So if you have a hankering to really delve into the ins & outs of FM synthesis and get the most out of the many popular virtual Instruments that employ it for their sound engines, then "FM Synthesis Explored" will be the course you're looking for.