Arturia's Buchla Easel V is a faithful emulation of Don Buchla's iconic semi-modular instrument that was introduced in the early 1970s. Watch this course, and take a ride on the "west" side of synthesis with sound designer Rishabh Rajan!
The NLE AudioPedia series, our video-based audio encyclopedia, is an invaluable resource for sound engineers, musicians, students, educators and all audio enthusiasts. This sixth installment is about Microphones.
The "NEW", reimagined Buchla Easel is one of the most original and best sounding analog all-in-one synths ever made. See what this amazing instrument can do in this Easel Video Manual created by renowned Buchla expert Todd Barton.
Every once in a while, a very cool synth passes our way and we just really want to show you how it works. Meet the Kickstarter success, Kilpatrick Phenol patchable synth, and watch Rishabh Rajan show you what it's all about.
Now that you know you way around the Korg Kronos, Matt Vanacoro is here to take you even deeper. It's a complex instrument, with a lot of cool features to explore. So, get ready to take your Kronos chops to the next level!
The Kronos is the king of Korg keyboards. Used by top performers, like Dream Theater's Jordan Rudess, the Kronos generates a massive universe of sound when you learn how to use it. So, learn the Kronos now!
Panning is a technique that, when messed up, can ruin an otherwise healthy mix. Don't fret! Joe Albano is here to explain what NOT to do when when setting up your audio panorama. Let US make the mistakes so YOU won't have to!
Modular synths are back... and here to stay. And Rishabh Rajan is here to teach us all about the Moog Mother 32! So learn the Moog and modular synthesis at the same time in this wonderfully produced two-for-one course!
This high level audio course is essential knowledge for anyone who wants to learn how analog consoles and their state of the art studios are "wired up." It gives you the deepest possible understanding of mixing console Signal Flow and I/O in both the analog and digital domains...