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If you’ve been learning how to make music and feel like you’re skills have plateaued and haven’t quite reached that industry level, then our friend and mentor on the Pyramind
In this sound design tutorial, Pyramind mentor Jor van der Poel shows you how far you can take a sample using Alchemy in Logic Pro X. With the power of Alchemy, Jor is able to transform a sitar gesture sample into a harmonically rich, ethereal arpeggiated synth lead.
Pyramind mentor Jor van der Poel answers the common question: What is a comb filter, anyway? He explains that comb filters are actually not filters at all, but delays. The feedback from the short delay creates a tone in a sound that might not have a recognizable tone. He starts the tutorial applying short delay to a kick drum to show us how this works. This is a must-watch for those of you looking for creative ways to use comb filters.