Or actually, it’s more like Sunday seeing as it’s past midnight, but not for me.
And so what have I been up to lately?
Well, I’m about to release a series of articles on the Audio Times focussing on sound design, and especially focused on the practice of subtractive synthesis using mainly FL Studio. You’ve already seen my basic percussion tutorial here, and now I’m writing about how to patch (or program if you will) a set of three different sounds that are the bread’n’butter for any electronic music, id est:
1. A how to on the basic “Moog-ish” mono bass.
2. A TB303 like bass and…
3. A cheezy string patch.
Meanwhile, here’s a picture of our cat Simson being lazy as usual.
Oh, and I almost forgot. I just uploaded a few sequences to my “Samples and Sequences Page” such as this one:
I really do hope I’ll be able to produce some more finished tracks sometime soon, it’s starting to be a while since I last put anything up as one of my “Songs”.