What is Synthesis? (5)

The Music Telegraph | Text 2019/01/28 [11:46]

What is Synthesis? (5)

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2019/01/28 [11:46]

▲ Fundamental waveforms in synthesis

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Synthesis (5)

 

 

Sine                

Sawtooth

Triangle

Square                

Pulse

 

Vox

Bell

Flute

Analog String

Pads

Elec. Piano

 

 

All of these sounds are available in today’s synthesizers, with the pulse wave being changed from 1% to 50%, using sound synthesis. Pulse and Sawtooth can be used in filters to create pads and analog string sounds through Subtractive Synthesis. Bell has a unique harmonic structure unlike ordinary sounds. Bell's harmonic spectrum is an amorphous harmonic structure, so you need to synthesize the harmonics using Addictive Synthesis to make Bell sound. If you want to express Bell's feelings in various ways, you can double the feeling of metallicity using Ring Modulation or AM Modulation. You can make Elec. Piano sound by modifying Bell sound.

 

 

Square is mainly used to make a clarinet or oboe sounds with the feeling of a woodwind instrument. Square can be made simply by FM moderation with two sine waves. In Organ, the tone can be modified through Drawbar, which can combine and remove each harmonic. By manipulating this Drawbar, you can get the same sound as Flute or Brass, String from a typical organ sound.

 

 

A musical instrument that sounds only VOX was invented by an American company called ‘Intercontinental’. Today, it is widely regarded that Vox is the basic element of Pad sound.

 

 

 
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