Just finished seeing the first eight episodes so it was fun to see this video. Do not feel it really hits it mark but I like that there is now a pretty large series of sound tutorials and want to take the time and go through them all. Think it is a great source to learn synthesizer programming without too much technical chuppilupps.
Feel that this series of DRC synthesizer tutorials are becoming a real good source for learning synthesis in general. There is now pretty many of them going through famous sounds.
After the new update there is a new preset bank to buy as in-app purchase. It sounds like this:
Here is also a video showcasing possibilities when it comes to the new functions.
"There is polyphonic aftertouch now! wich means, every played note get its own filtercurve, pitch or whatever you select via aftertouch! i use a cme xkey air to benefit from the synths possibillity. in this video i show some userpatches i created in the last 4 months. some i.e. at 3:00 demonstrating polyphonic aftertouch rather well! you hear only the synth with its internal fx! have fun!"
The guys name is Lucas Palmeira and have done a whole lot of professional stuff. In either case in this video he compose a short piece of music and a big part of it using the DRC syntheziser that is available for Android, iOS and as a VSTi. He made all the presets for DRC which is pretty obvious as he knows exactly what to look for and how to fine tune the sounds in the video!
It is one of the more advanced synths that you can get for Android so it is well worth taking a look...
The idea is to start to use this synthesizer more for some new music in combination with
G-Stomper Studio as the little time I played with it have got me excited. And here is a new review being positive as the other ones I've seen.
To read the review go here:
The review on iOS but being the same for Android outside of connecting with other apps.
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