Groove3 Arturia CZ V Explained [TUTORiAL]

Groove3 Arturia CZ V Explained
SYNTHiC4TE | 24 December 2019 | 247 MB
Synth guru Tyler Coffin takes you back to the future with tutorials on Arturia's awesome recreation of the legendary Casio CZ-101/1000 synthesizers from the '80s! Learn all of its features and functions as well as how to make sounds with this truly unique virtual synth. These videos are designed for new CZ V users.

Tyler starts with a brief history of the CZ before digging into this unique model of Casio's classic synthesizer line. He then goes over how Phase Distortion Synthesis is somewhat similar to FM synthesis and even subtractive synthesis in practice, but covers the distinctions as well as what exactly is happening under the hood.

A detailed look at the front panel and all of its parameters is given, then it's on to the Synthesis section where you'll learn all about using the CZ V's phase distortion synthesis features. Envelopes and Modulation options are then revealed and you'll see exactly how to route them to make incredible sounds.

Tyler then moves onto the powerful Effects section and how you can use them to take the CZ V's sounds to the next level, by adding even more color and flavor. Moving on, you'll learn all about the CZ V's browser and its collection of awesome pre-made sounds, including how to add your own presets and get them organized for future use.

Wrapping it all up, Tyler shows you how to create three different sounds from scratch, including a fat Bass patch, sizzling Lead patch, and a warm Pad patch, that utilize all of the CZ V's features and options.

To see what these comprehensive Arturia CZ V tutorials show you, and how they'll get you going and beyond, see the individual CZ V video tutorial descriptions on this page. Learn the CZ V inside and out and start making killer tones for your next synth based tracks and productions... Watch “Arturia CZ V Explained®” today.

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