Native Instruments' Razor is a totally slick additive synthesis machine. See all the different ways you can slice this knife of a synth into your tracks in this 40-plus video tutorial by expert synthesist G.W. Childs...
Razor is one of the best soft synths to hit the music marketplace in years. With its powerful additive synthesis engine and its vast array of effects and modulators, your only limitation is the depth of your imagination! And, speaking of imagination, that‘s why we chose the informative and always imaginative G.W. Childs to lead you on this tutorial journey.
You'll start off with Razor basics, where you'll discover its amazing user interface: Randomize & Morph, the Visual Display and its Filters section, to name a few. The rest of this deep tutorial teaches you Razor through the process of sound design. This means you'll see G.W. actually wrestling with this synth to create cool Bass, Lead, Pad, Choir and Vocoder patches while along the way teaching all about additive synthesis and Razor's unique cutting-edge features. And, throughout this fascinating journey, you'll also see Razor's vibrant animated display in action so that you'll not only hear the results of G.W.'s sound design but you'll see it, too. So if you're into Native Instruments, Razor, and additive synthesis this tutorial will take you where you want to go!
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fantastic course! one of the best I've seen for Razor!
Richard Temple wrote on February 18, 2019
Fabulous. Please more tutorials by Mr Childs! Would love his take on Alchemy (logic synth)
razor wrote on February 23, 2016
A very good synth but sometimes a bit of a mystery. That's why I needed this tutorial. It gave me enough information to start using this great sounding synth. Very good tutorial.
Ru Binkis wrote on June 26, 2015
I watched this course out of sheer curiosity, it definitely covers enough to get you more than working fluently, great job.
Ian wrote on May 27, 2015
Another clear and concise, well formatted course from this instructor. I enjoy that each video was relatively short, because they were all packed with a good bit of info, and it helped me to digest things by having a spare 5 or 10 seconds in between techniques and ideas. Thank you for another great course sir!
Gregory wrote on May 25, 2015
Clear, detailed and humor. Great series. There could have been a brief video explaining LFOs, waves etc. for beginners although I'm familiar with it, but not an expert.
Zekagiu wrote on January 14, 2015
Good instruction and easy to follow. My only suggestion is that he also showed how to make a big growling wobble bass found in dubstep or aggresive electronic music as what I would expect this synth to be great for.
Joan SusaÃ±a wrote on January 6, 2015
Great tutorial. I was able to thoroughly understand all about this instrument. I will start using this instrument more thanks to this tutorial.
Dell Little wrote on November 28, 2014
Great details on this wild ass synth. Hope to remember all the creative angles I can use this thing for. I may have to return again because there is so much control.
Andrew wrote on June 21, 2014
You will learn things from this, don't get me wrong. However, it's a walk through a set of patches that are very much planned out ahead of time; he clearly has a set of numbers for each knob's setting in front of him, and while he sometimes covers why something is set a certain way, it's not a guarantee. Basically, they are clear videos, but walking you through a finished project is more the way of this tutorial than actually building anything from scratch.