Welcome to the tutorial series about MSoundFactory, most likely our last instrument and potentially the most powerful instrument ever made. In this first lesson we are going to show you what MSoundFactory is, how to install it and how to use it in your music.
Generator defines how each voice is created. FX tab defines another modular unit, which is processed just once, for the mix of all voices.
You can add as many modules as you need into the grid and it will connect them automatically…
It’s time to modulate the hell out of your sound creations! MSoundFactory features 2 separate modulation systems…
Now that you know nearly everything about the modulation system, it’s time to check the modulation sources.
This video show step by step how to make instruments for MSoundFactory, with everything they need to work with various MIDI controllers and maximum user comfort.
This video show step by step how to deploy both free and commercial MSoundFactory instruments to your users/customers and generate serial keys.
In the previous tutorial we created a simple, but pretty cool instrument. And today we’ll create a custom GUI for it, so that it looks cool like the other devices in MSoundFactory. And it’s remarkably quick and simple using the new Custom GUI editor. So let’s get started.
This video covers the Oscillator Shaper module from MSoundFactory. This can be used in combination with various sound sources to produce all sorts of interesting sounds. It can not only create synthetic sounds, but also some that sound fairly organic. It can do all this without consuming tons of CPU also.
This video tutorial shows how you can create pitch drifting oscillators and other analog effects.
This video goes over the Frequency Modulation module from MSoundfactory. There are actually 2 different ways to do FM synthesis in MSF and both are extremely powerful. You can choose to use a matrix to create all sorts complex FM sounds, or you can choose to combine FM with other forms of synthesis.
MSF let’s you choose between a number of per-voice fx and opens up many new possibilities.
The modal filter is capable of analyizing a wav file and coping the harmonics. From there you can manipulate things however you like or even morph between multiple sounds. The posiblities are almost endless.
The additive module in MSoundfactory is very powerful and allows many interesting and unique things. It operates in a similar way to the modal filter and allows you to not only change the volume of the partials, but also the pitch. You can of course do this manually or you can use the analysis features to get the data from a wav file.
The unison module in MSoundFactory isn't just an easy way to make supersaws. It not only allows you to add unison voices to other modules without built in unison, but it also allows you to change various parameters on the unison voices themselves.