Synth Courses - Sylenth 1

Want some help getting to know the awesome Sylenth 1 synth? This course takes you from the very beginning right through to more advanced sound design, explaining all of the synthesizing technology and features included in this incredible, cutting- edge instrument. The course delves into all the main stages of subtractive synthesis, covering the oscillators, filters, modulators and effects. The final three modules are then spent showing some different types of patch creation, combining all of the techniques into some useful, practical examples to help students put everything into context.

The course is presented in a series of online videos, with accompanying written notes and synth presets to work to, as well as more than £25 worth of additional presets supplied by our sponsor Loopmasters. Don't miss out on this essential guide to synthesis and sound design for one of the most popular synths on the market today!

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Module Details

  • 1. Introduction and Overview
    Introduces the course style and provides an overview of the instrument, covering the main display areas, where synth presets can be browsed and edited.
  • 2. Oscillators
    Introduces Sylenth 1's oscillator section controls, explaining what they all do and providing an example of how to use both parts to create a simple patch.
  • 3. Filters
    Gives an introduction to the different types of filter available and the effect they have on the sound, as well as explaining what each control does.
  • 4. Arp and Effects
    Takes a look at the central display area, showing how different effects can be applied. These include arpeggiation, distortion, phasing, chorus, EQ, delay, reverb and compression.
  • 5. Envelopes
    Starts to get into modulation with a thorough look at envelopes, beginning with the most common amplitude envelope, which changes the level over time, and then checking out use the mod envelopes to manipulate filter frequency and oscillator pitch.
  • 6. More Oscillators and LFOs
    Goes back over the oscillator waveform types in more detail and then provides a guide to the LFOs featured on Sylenth 1. Shows how to set up the classic dubstep wobble bass type effects, as well as showing how stacked modulation can be set up, where one modulator controls the parameters of another.
  • 7. Polyphony, Portamento, Misc Modulation and more
    Goes over the remaining front panel controls, including the wheels and portamento settings, then polyphony options. The second half of the lesson combines all these features and some from the previous lessons into a cool patch creation example.
  • 8. Making a Bass Patch
    Gives a practical example of how to apply many of the techniques taught in order to produce a filthy dubstep bass preset.
  • 9. Making a Lead Patch I
    Puts everything together by showing how to make a simple but great-sounding arpeggiated lead patch.
  • 10. Making a Lead Patch II
    Gives another example of how to make a nice lead sound, this time focussing more on an evolving pad-style preset.
Author Dom Kane
Contains Videos, notes, presets
Format Streaming
Length 1 hour 25 mins
Level Beginners-Advanced
Provider Producertech
Price $55.22

Customer Reviews

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Besides knowing his way round a synthesiser Dom Kane is a really well spoken guy, which makes it easier when the learning starts.

All in all you really can't go wrong with this tutorial. Dom Kane does a great job of teach you the ins and out of Sylenth1 and I really hope to see him doing more in the future, maybe some full blown House productions or even more sound design and synth tutorials. Either way if you're wanting to learn Sylenth1 or just simply learn a bit more about Subtractive Synthesis this will be the best £35 you spend this year.

April 2013
sylenth 1
Reviewed by Dave Holmes from Kendal UK

I give this course a very respectable 4/5*

The course is fairly short but moves at a fast pace so to a complete beginner it is worth spending a bit of time on each session revisiting until you begin to feel comfortable with what everything does.

Not only is the course a walk through of what the instrument does but demonstrates the power & capability of the sylenth with some practical examples.
And i am happy to say it has given me more confidence & better results as I always seemed to shy away from DETUNING OSCILLATORS but the results are a new found creative tool in my sound design.



November 2012

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