Jim Stout Special: Making Atmosphere Sounds

Jim Stout is back with another video tutorial, showing how to make atmospheric/wind style effects with synths and processing.

Tools: Neko | Sylenth 1 | Reaktor

9 Comments on “Jim Stout Special: Making Atmosphere Sounds

  1. Super cool stuff, thanks Jim! As for Reaktor, would you have any tips for learning the in depth structure of it? I’m very interested in designing an instrument from the ground up, but all of the calculations an routing and modulators gets confusing. Do you know of any source online, or any book that could walk through the process and structure? Thanks!

  2. Colton: The manual included with the software is very complete. The guide is very detailed and also has a list with explanation of each module, macro, instruments, included ensembles, etc. You can learn a lot from there. And the rest is like everything in this sound world… practice!

  3. What is that workstation he is using?
    Touch screen control of vst parameters?!!

  4. Ohhh, ok, sorry, I should have checked… I feel dumb now. lol, thanks!

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