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02-04-2012, 19:59
If you want to get the most out of my "Secrets to bass and sound design"-seminar,
you might look up on a couple of topics beforehand, since I'll be fairly technical, and
some knowledge are required if I am to cover all topics in such a short span of time.

Try out distortion, graphic EQ's and try to feel the difference between a sampler and
a synth, and how to render/export/record your synths into samples that you can
manipulate on an audio track in your sequencer or load into a sampler.
Also, check out info/try out hipass, lopass and bandpass filters.
YouTube is your friend, just search any of these topics to get a little bit more enlightened
if you're not familiar with them.

Topics covered during the seminar :
- Fundamental frequency and sine waves
- Phase, phase relationships and cancellation / snap to zero crossing
- Harmonics - what makes a sound a sound?
- Distortion, harmonics and EQ -
- Resampling
- Layering / multiband handling and processing of sound

Closing word : sound design is everything you can do

See you there!

04-04-2012, 14:18
Når er det? Finnes det en oversikt over foredrag og sånt?

Edit: nevermind, fant det:) http://www.gathering.org/tg12/en/schedule/