AAS Chromaphone Explained TUTORiAL

AAS Chromaphone Explained


Krantzberg returns, this time showing you the incredible AAS Chromaphone creative percussive synthesizer. Chromaphone uses physical modeling to recreate the properties of two resonators interacting when being excited by mallets and virtual noise. Sound difficult to understand? Well Eli makes it all simple and fun! This synth is capable of creating incredibly expressive drum, percussion, string, and synth-like instruments, so hold the phone and check it out!

Eli begins with a video on the basic sonic structure of Chromaphone, followed by vids on how to browse Banks and Programs. The Interface and General Concepts of Chromaphone are then explored giving you a solid foundation in understanding this synth. The Mallet Module is then explained in detail as well as the Noise Module, Noise Envelope and Resonator sections.
Moving on, Eli demystifies the Material, Radious and Tone Parameters which allow you to fine tune your sound. Hit Position and Coupling is then revealed which allows you to take your sonic shaping to the next level. LFO and Vibrato is then discussed and you’ll see how these simple but important modulators make all the difference in your patches.

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Wrapping up the collection, Eli shows you the powerful Multi-Effect Module where you can further enhance your sounds as well as some Sound Design examples. If you use AAS Chromaphone, this series will really help you get the most from it and inspire you to push further… Watch “AAS Chromaphone Explained” today.

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