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TS404 Bassline Synthesizer tutorials manuales tips de synths

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TS404 Bassline Synthesizer

As the TS404 does not contain an inbuilt preset list, a good way to open it is to drag a preset from the Browser > Channel presets > TS404 folder onto the Channel window. The TS404 is unique bass-line synthesizer that can resemble the sound of many classic synthesizers, such as TB-303, but can also create many distinctive, TS404-specific sounds as well. Contains two oscillators, cut/res filter, envelope, LFO and a distortion unit. Note that the TS404 Channel Settings page appears only in channels that hold a TS404 generator. This page holds the specific properties for TS404.

1. Oscillators Section (OSC 1 & OSC 2)

This section contains the oscillator generation options. An oscillator is a waveform with specific repeating pattern, which is then filtered to create the way TS404 sounds. Oscillators in TS404 have a similar function as the wave sample in the Sampler.

TS404 has two oscillators (OSC1 & OSC2). Each of them can have one of the following wave shapes - saw, rounded square, sine, square and custom (wave shape buttons are at top of each oscillator panel). Custom lets you use a short wave file to be the shape of an oscillator. FL Studio comes with several sample shapes that are located in the "TS404 Shapes" folder in the Browser. You can change the custom shape using the sample bank field in the Sampler Channels Settings.

  • Coarse Pitch Tune (CRS) -Allows you to set the pitch of an oscillator in range of two octaves.
  • Fine Pitch Tune (FINE) - Allows you to fine tune the pitch of an oscillator.
  • Pulse Width (PW) - Pulse width makes oscillator's shape restart preliminary without finishing its phase.
  • Frequency modulation (FM) - Applies frequency modulation to the second oscillator, based on the output from the first one.

2. Oscillators Mixer Section (OSC 1+2)

  • Mix (MIX) - Determines how the outputs of OSC 1 and OSC 2 are mixed together. The more you turn that knob left, the more you hear oscillator 1. The more you turn it right, the more you hear oscillator 2.
  • Ring Modulation (RM) - Turning this knob up adds an amount of ring modulated version of the oscillators' output.
  • Synchronize (SYNC) - Turning this option on will synchronize the phases of the oscillators.

3. Envelope

Applies an envelope to the filter and the volume of TS404. The envelope behaves much like a standard ADSR envelope, but has some additional properties (sustain hold and gate).

  • Attack (ATT) - Sets the attack value of the envelope.
  • Decay (DEC) - Sets the attack value of the envelope.
  • Sustain Hold (SUS) - With this knob you can set a period of "holding" the sustain state before release.
  • Sustain Level (SL) - Sets the sustain value of the envelope.
  • Release (REL) - Sets the attack value of the envelope.

4. Filter

Applies cutoff & resonance filter to the TS404 sound. You can choose among several types of cutoff and resonance filter to be applied. Filter mode buttons are located at the top of filter's panel.

  • Cutoff (CUT) - Sets the cutoff value of the filter.
  • Resonance (RES) - Sets the resonance value of the filter.
  • Envelope Follow (ENV) - Sets the degree to which the envelope of the TS404 is applied to the resonance value.

5. LFO Section

Controls a LFO that can modulate one of the following properties: volume of the oscillators (OSC), resonance (RES), cutoff (CUT) or pulse width of the first oscillator (PW). The buttons allowing you to select what to modulate are located at the top right corner of the LFO panel. You can also select a shape for the LFO (sine, square and triangle). The buttons are at the top left corner of the LFO panel.

  • Amount (AMT) - Determine the amount of modulation applied to the altered value.
  • Speed (SPD) - Sets the frequency (i.e. speed) of the LFO.

6. Distortion Section

Contains controls that allow you to add distortion to the TS404 sound. You can choose between two distortion modes (A & B buttons, located on top of distortion's panel).

  • Amount (AMT) - Sets the amount of distortion.
  • Threshold (THR) - Selects the frequency band to be distorted. The more you turn this knob to right, the wider the band is.

 
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