Taking a Closer Look at Absynth LFOs
This tutorial does an incredible job of going deeper into the Absynth LFOs and how you can use them in your sound design sessions. It goes well beyond the LFO options found within the the Envelope window for instance, and shares in-depth knowledge and insights as the LFO window is thoroughly explored. From bass wobbles and tremolo effects to gentle vibrato and ripping high-speed vibrations, the Absynth LFOs are diverse and intuitive to use. The extents to what they can help you do is only limited by your own imagination and knowledge of how the work and interact with your sounds.
Designing your own sounds will often times require some kind of movement, whether subtle or extreme, and Absynth LFOs will often times be the solution. They can breath life into an instrument and make them more believable by adding a human element in some cases, and a naturally occurring variation in delivery in others. Most importantly, this video explains how the Absynth LFOs interact with the different parameters within Absynth and the general results that can be expected.
If you have examples of unique uses of Absynth LFOs in your projects, we’d love to hear from you. This is a topic that seems very basic on the surface, but is seemingly endless in its possibilities once you begin to really drill down through the layers of opportunity. If you have specific tutorial requests, whether they are about Absynth LFOs or any other feature, please let us know in a message before you leave today. Thanks for stopping by!