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- Aug 19th, 2013
If an analog modular had sex with a synth plugin, u-he ACE would be the offspring. Learn how to virtually patch this cool plugin with our ever-cool trainer and synth expert, Rishabh Rajan.
Every once in a while, a synth plugin comes along that we feel compelled to bring to your attention – even if it’s a bit obscure: That’s u-he ACE! This unique synth – whose acronym ACE stands for Any Cable Everywhere – is the sonic tweaker’s dream come true.
In this course (which assumes a bit of synth knowledge), you explore every inch of this plugin. You learn all about patching and the multitude of possibilities that this kind of open-ended synth architecture provides for the creative sound designer.
With a patch cable-based synth you ARE the circuit designer AND the sound designer rolled into one. So get ready to learn and dig into u-he ACE with the amazing Rishabh Rajan. Soon, you’ll be making sonic landscapes that every synth and synthesist only hear in their electronic dreams!
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Excellent and clarifying course on a potentially confusing, but brilliant, softsynth. Due to the lack of cogent how-to information by the manufactoror (U-He) I found this course invaluable. Thanks RR!
A well-done introduction to some of the complexities of this particular soft-synth. This tutorial will help you get up and running.
I've been waiting for someone to do a course on this Soft Synth. Modular synthesis is not something I'm familiar with at all and I can now get the best from this synth. Excellent!
Thank you for these useful tutorials. Great job Rishabh and MPV. Look forward more tutorial like this because these plugin can run on every DAW and sometimes they are hard to proficient about it.