Original sounds are important because they define your identity as a producer.
Learn the basics of sound design, using Ableton's Operator synth, so you can create your own unique sonic signature and make the sounds you hear in your head.
Nobody wants to sound like a copycat producer who just slapped a bunch of presets together from the latest sample pack.
Nobody wants to use the stock presets and sound completely boring, either.
And nobody wants to spend nine million years trying to edit sounds, getting all lost!
Since all synths use the same basic parameters and functions, it makes sense to learn how to use them.
If you just learn a few basic synth functions , you'll be able to create your own sounds on anything from Ableton Instruments to VST’s and even hardware synthesizers!
That's how to get a reputation for making really interesting original music, instead of getting lost for hours tweaking parameters.
Would you like to be able to catch the sounds you hear in your imagination, instead of constantly wasting money on commercial sample packs?
Sign up below and start learning sound design with Ableton's Operator synth.
This series of hands-on Session Lessons will help you build your own instruments and create your own sounds, so eventually you'll be known for making tracks that sound ORIGINAL.
(If you need more info before you decide , click into the Teaser Module to see how this course works. You can hear some of the sounds we make inside.)
Click into this module for all the details on what you get, how it works, and why it's so awesome.View Teaser Module
Start here and learn about the different Oscillator waveforms. The next module will unlock after you complete this one.Unlock
Learn how the different Filter types sound and why they're best when they're moving...Unlock
Learn how ADSR Envelopes make your sounds pulse with rhythm...Unlock
Modulate your synths with LFO’s to add motion & dynamics to your sounds, like having an extra hand to tweak knobs for you...Unlock
Instantly add energy with Arpeggiator patterns to get those classic electronic music sounds we love...Unlock
Now we put it all together and do some Additive Synthesis using multiple Oscillators at once to create more complex sounds...Unlock
Now you have the pieces. Here's how to use them.Unlock