> Hi Dan.
Thanks for listening!
I was a bit vague on synthesis until I recently read Fred Welsh's
synth cookbook which definitely clarified a number of things for me
and I'd recommend it to anyone wanting to improve their sound design
skills. I have written a guide on how to use Fred's book if you are a
Linux user which you can read here:
There could well be some equally good but free synthesis guides on the
web but I decided just to buy this book after reading its many rave
reviews and recomendations.
> and how do you configure and tweak samplv1,
I did next to no tweaking or config of samplv1 in this track- just
made sure my samples were correctly edited and pitched. I've yet to
try any of samplv1's FX or automation features yet.
All the best,
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