SYNTHESIZER COOKBOOK: How to Use LFO (Sound Design for Beginners)
Learning how to do synthesis (the fundamental part of sound design), can be quite overwhelming, especially when you’re a beginner. That’s why music producer, best-selling author and CEO Cep from Screech House transformed his book Sound Design for Beginners into 4 exclusive editions. This allows you to start immediately with the subject you need right now. Moreover, it gives you the opportunity to access one specific topic for an advantageous price.
This is what you will get…
In the Synthesizer Cookbook Volume 4, you will learn exactly how to use LFOs on a subtractive synthesizer. Thereby, you will discover all the essential settings to achieve the final important part of high-quality sound design. This includes:
- How to use LFO targets
- How to use LFO shape
- How to use LFO amount
- How to use LFO speed
- How to use LFO delay and attack
- How to use volume LFO
- How to use panning LFO
- How to use filter LFO
- How to use pitch LFO
The complete Sound Design for Beginners series
The other volumes will teach you three different major synthesizer sections. Whereas volume 1 will explain how to use oscillators, volume 2 will show you how to use filters and volume 3 will reveal how to use envelopes. If you want to learn about these topics, you can make your series complete by getting all copies, accessible via Cep’s author page. If you want to have everything in one complete bundle, simply get your edition of the Sound Design for Beginners guide.
BONUS: Free sample pack
As a bonus, the Synthesizer Cookbook series includes a free hand-crafted sample pack that you can download via the link inside.
Become an outstanding music producer
For the fourth and final installment in this series, Cep takes you through the most important LFO settings, step by step. At the end of this book, you will know exactly HOW they work, WHAT they do and WHY you should use them. It is this powerful knowledge that successful producers always use to effortlessly distinguish themselves from all mediocre amateurs.