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Using Snare Sound Design in FXpansion Tremor

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In this free tutorial, Berklee College of Music professor and Berklee Online course author and instructor Loudon Stearns explores sound design in FXpansion’s Tremor synthesizer.

First, we go to the mixer to see what is being mixed together to create the raw sound of the snare sound. Then, we look at the Oscillator section and how it has been used to create a nice low thump with an inharmonic ring like a real snare. Then, when we add in the noise we get that nice powerful “gunshot” sound of a powerful electronic snare sound. A slow envelope modulating the “space” parameter of the “Harmonics” section, which adds a nice evolution to the patch. Finally, we hear how the filter has been used to give a little bit of a low end thump and a high frequency roll-off.

After exploring the oscillator and filter sections of the snare engine, we move to the effects and see how the Synth Fx are unique to each engine and can be modulated individually, but the Master FX are applied to the entire kit. In the FX section, I love the “Tin Can” reverb, mainly because it sounds great when modulated; particularly when using a tempo synch’d LFO to modulate the “Pinch” parameter.

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About Loudon Stearns
Loudon Stearns is an associate professor at Berklee College of Music, a course author and instructor at Berklee Online, and an active media-artist. Within the Contemporary Writing and Production department at Berklee College of Music he prepares students to work as independent composers and producers in a technology-laden music industry. Online, he focuses on the latest electronic music styles and music-technology innovations, showing students how to analyze contemporary styles and use the latest music technology in their own works. An innovator in both education and art, Loudon authored a Massive Open Online Class, “Introduction to Music Production,” that has provided high-quality free eduction to hundreds of thousands of students, received an award from the University Professional and Continuing Education Association for “Excellence in Teaching” and received the “Excellence in Media Art” award from the Emerson College Visual and Media Art department.

Holding a Bachelors of Music in Contemporary Writing and Production and Bass Performance from Berklee College of Music, and a Master of Fine Arts in Media Art from Emerson College, Loudon pulls from a broad range of skills in the creation of his own multi-media performances that include live music, projection-mapping, dance, visual art and interactivity. Of particular interest is using the entire world as a performance space by using internet streaming to coordinate numerous performers and audiences on vastly different parts of the globe. The technical and aesthetic challenges of this type of performance are new and exciting and require the sort of broad skill-set that Loudon has developed through his extensive institutional and self education in music, sound, performance, motion graphics, photography, programming, and construction.

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