Electric Telepathy have launched a mini-course to help people understand the basics of synthesis.
Need some help learning synthesis? Check out the lessons offered by Electric Telepathy and play a browser based synth.
The easy-to-follow course takes you the essentials of the craft, including primers on oscillators, filtering, envelopes and LFOs.
Each of the sections features an interactive experience. For example, hit a key on the computer keyboard and swipe a filter with your mouse to experiment with a low pass filter.
The last chapter includes a subtractive synth with all the parameters learned throughout for in depth jamming.
Check out the course from Electric Telepathy here.
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