In this tutorial video, guest instructor Myagi shows us how to create a rising transition effect using Ableton’s Analog subtractive synth and a chain of effects containing Simple Delays and an Autofilter.
Many of you will have heard of Myagi already. He’s been one of my personal mentors for music production over the last 8 years. In fact, he runs the label Pop & Lock Records, which signed my first several releases. This guy was releasing records before I even started to write music. He’s a heavy hitter when it comes to sound design. When I’ve visited his studio, he’s usually knee deep building some new synthesizer by hand. He’s a mad scientist. Because of his expertise, he’s regularly sought by companies like FXPansion, who had him develop sound sets for the infamous DCAM Synth Squad and his sound packs have scored 9/10 in Computer Music Magazine.
As a producer, he’s toured the world many times over, and his tracks hold down some of the most prestigious ratings on Beatport.
Synthesis 101 Ableton Live Pack
This is a full Ableton Live template containing synth patches, samples, and custom effects processing Racks. It includes 6 unique, unreleased Analog synth patches ranging from basses to leads to pads. You also get exclusive percussion, riser, faller and sub drop samples. Everything is laid out and sequenced so you have some practical examples of how to modulate, automate and arrange track elements
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