In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of patching in Multiphonics by creating a simple synthesizer based on subtractive synthesis.
The Objeq Filter module allows one to process a signal through acoustic objects such as a string, plate, drumhead, membrane, beam, and bar. This tutorial will teach you how to get the best out of this powerful module.
A VCA is an essential module in a modular rack. In this tutorial, you will learn about two important roles the VCA can play in a patch. First, how the VCA can be used to control the amplitude of an audio signal and then how it can add expression to a patch by controlling the amplitude of a modulation.
A Delay is another deceptively simple module which can be used in surprising ways. In this tutorial, we first go over the basics and show how to use the module to delay an audio signal. You will learn how to use feedback loops in order to obtain interesting echo effects and how to use the module to create stereo movements in your patches. We then look at how the module can be used to delay CV signals thereby adding motion to modulations. We conclude this tutorial with an example inspired from physical modeling in which the module is used in a waveguide-like manner and becomes a pitched sound source.
CV or Control Voltage is a key concept of modular synthesis. In this tutorial, we review the main types of CV signals available in Multiphonics (gates, triggers, LFO, envelope, pitch, velocity), how they behave, and how they can be used to modulate parameters of the different modules.
In this patch Adam Pietruszko makes good use of the sequencer modules to create a patch with a great dub flavour.
In this inspiring patch, Adam Pietruszko shows how to use the Objeq Filter module as a sound source.
Learn on how to do FM synthesis with Multiphonics CV-1 with Adam Pietruszko who reconstructs his “Big FM Bells” patch in real-time.