Synth building in Max for Live We've covered a range of Max for Live devices here - from simple and essential modulation effects to advanced sequencers and video editors. Interested in making your own devices? How about modifying some of your existing favorites? While it might seem intimidating at first,...
From experimental music (including its role as a staple in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop) to prog rock, the EMS VCS3 was a standout synthesizer of the 1960s and 70s. Foregoing the patch cable architecture of most modular synths, the VCS3 featured a pin matrix for routing, three inimitable oscillators, and a host of other features and effects.
Taking inspiration from the VCS3, Point Blank instructor Daniel Herbert has designed a new modular synthesizer for Max for Live. Watch and listen to some outlandish, sci-fi sounds in the video demo below:
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