We also investigate the Sound Control section to better understand sound design with this synth. We also outline how to chain patterns together. We cover the parameters one by one so you can hear how it affects our sequence. We use Slide and Accent to get this to groove with the track. Rather than using MIDI, we use the internal sequencer to get the right melody, groove and vibe.
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We also investigate the Sound Control section to better understand sound design with this synth. We also outline how to chain patterns together. We cover the parameters one by one so you can hear how it affects our sequence. We use Slide and Accent to get this to groove with the track. Rather than using MIDI, we use the internal sequencer to get the right melody, groove and vibe. Finally we automate parameters to get the sound to develop and evolve during the track! These D16 Phoscyon Videos are designed for the new Phoscyon user, as well as for those who want more information on this powerful Phoscyon TB Bassline emulator.
Starting at the beginning, Larry reveals the D16 Phoscyon graphical user interface, all of its features, and how to navigate it. Using External Mode and the Sound Control Section is then shown, followed by how to play back patterns in Internal Mode, including how to edit and chain patterns together to create a song. To see what each tutorial in this series shows you and how it can help you learn Phoscyon and enjoy your realistic Roland TB experience, see the individual D16 Phoscyon tutorial descriptions on this page.
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Despite the crowded market, Polish newcomers D16 Group have seen fit to debut with Phoscyon, a curiously named TB clone with a few tricks up its sleeve. Though Phoscyon might not be a fantastically original idea, it does manage to pull a few surprises out of the bag. The most obvious, yet least consequential of these is the rather striking interface design. The photorealistic look works well and certainly sets it apart from the competition visually. Despite the large number of new knobs and switches the interface is pretty clear, and everything is logically laid out.