Ask Video – Arturia V 104: CMI V Explored [Tutorial, ENG]

By | August 18, 2019

 

Release Year : 2018
Manufacturer : Ask Video
Manufacturer Website : ask video , macprovideo
Posted by : Nigel Broad
Duration : 1 hour 14min
Distribution Type : Video Tutorial
Language : English
Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : MPEG4 Video (H264) 1920×1080 30fps 639kbps [V: vide (h264 main L4.0, yuv420p, 1920×1080, 639 kb / s)]
Audio : AAC 44100Hz stereo 96kbps [A: soun (aac lc, 44100 Hz, stereo, 96 kb / s)]

Description : Developed by Peter Vogel and Kim Ryrie and introduced to the market in 1979, the Fairlight CMI (Computer Musical Instrument (CMI) – Computer Musical Instrument) was one of the first workstations to include sampling, synthesis, and sequencing. Heard on countless pop artists’ recordings (here are some of them by Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, Art Of Noise, Duran Duran, Jean-Michel Jarre, Prince), this legendary instrument really changed the sound of 80s music. And although the original instrument was too expensive for most musicians, CMI V from Arturia in this regard is the clear opposite.


Description : Designed by Peter Vogel and Kim Ryrie and introduced to the market in 1979, the Fairlight CMI (short for Computer Musical Instrument) was one of the first workstations to cover sampling, synthesis and sequencing in one package. Heard on countless pop records (Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, Art of Noise, Duran Duran, Jean-Michel Jarre, Prince to name a few), this legendary instrument truly redefined the sound of music in the ’80s. And while the original instrument was far too expensive for most musicians, the Arturia’s CMI V won’t break the bank.


Content
Section 1: Introduction
01. Introduction (01:48)
02. History of the Fairlight CMI (02:17)
Section 2: Interface
03. The Basic User Interface (01:51)
04. The Toolbars and Browser (04:18)
05. The Advanced Screen Panel (02:25)
Section 3: The Sound Page
06. Instrument Slots (02:45)
07. Sampling Mode (04:55)
08. Sample Editing (06:32)
09. Time Synth Mode (04:27)
10. Spectral Synth Mode (02:13)
11. Assigning Controls (05:50)
12. Modulation Functions (05:44)
13. The Browse Tab (02:47)
Section 4: The Sequencer
14. Overview of The Sequencer (03:15)
15. Creating & Editing Patterns (04:36)
16. Play Modes (02:29)
Section 5: The Mixer & Tune / Map Pages
17. The Mixer (02:08)
18. Effects (05:36)
19. Keyboard Mapping & Tuning (03:47)
Section 6: Iconic Sounds Explored
20. Orch Stabs and Sararr (03:43)
Loading Facebook Comments ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *