The synthesizer is one of the most widely used instruments in the field of electronic music, it has long been dominating the stage together with percussion. The synthesizer’s general working principle can be divided into several steps.

1, Tone generator: input midi notes from the DAW into the oscillator, through the volume control to produce a continuous sound.

2, Tone pattern: it is equivalent to a filter, each waveform contains different harmonics to determine their respective timbre, such as sine, triangle, square, sawtooth, noise, and so on. Finally, the volume is controlled by AMP, but it is still not enough to cut off the initial input sound.

3, volume form: through the ENV to control the output volume, four envelopes are called attack, decay, sustain, release.

Attack: Determines how long it takes for the sound to reach the set maximum volume from the initial volume.

Decay: The length of time between when the sound reaches maximum volume and when decay occurs.

Sustain: The level of sound volume after attenuation.

Release: The length of time it takes for a sound to slowly reach its minimum volume from the level it originally held.

4, Effector adjustment: first enter the delay, then enter the reverb, and finally choose whether to load the overload with personal preference.

5, Connect the LFO (Low-Frequency Oscillator): Connect the LFO where you want to control it, as the LFO oscillates, the connected module will oscillate with its depth and frequency. Frequency determines the frequency of the emitted waveform, and depth determines the amplitude of the waveform.

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