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Synthese / Synthesis = to put together = zusammensetzen

Synthesizers uses the method Synthesis to generate sounds. Synthesizer nutzen Synthese, um Klänge zu erzeugen.


  • DEUTSCH*

Einige Beispiele / Examples:

   * Phase Distortion (Phasenverzerrung / Phasenmodulation)
   * Physical Modeling (Physical Modelling)
   * Waveguide synthesis
   * Wavetable synthese die die Transwave Methode, die eigentlich eine clevere Nutzung von Sample und vorallem LOOPING dieser Samples auf Microebene ist.
   * FM synthese
   * Crossmodulation / (oszillatorbasiert)=Kreuzmodulation
   * Waveshaping
   * Karplus strong
   * Granular / graintable / Timeslice - synthese
     Variphrase etc,,
   * Resynthese
   * Neuronal synthese
     neuronale netze
   * Wavesequencing (Wavestation)
   * Vector synthese
   * Sampler / sampling - ("Rompler") - PCM
   * Additive synthese
   * Subtractive synthese (die meistverbreiteste Synthese)
   * Modular: keine synthese sondern eine Synthesizerstruktur / Bauform, jedoch offen ..

Synthese Grundlagen [1]


  • INTERNATIONAL*

Method to generate a sound / noise - synthesis works on the basis of arranging modules or components with simple musical functions like Oscillator, Filter, Amplifier etc.

   * Phase Distortion (Phasenmodulation)
   * Physical Modeling (Physical Modelling)
   * Waveguide synthesis
   * Wavetable synthesis, or the Transwave method which is more like a very clever use of sampling
   * FM synthesis
   * Crossmodulation / (oszillator based)
   * Waveshaping
   * Karplus strong
   * Granular / graintable / Timeslice - synthesis
     Variphrase etc.
   * Resynthese
   * Neuronal synthesis
     neuronale netze
   * Wavesequencing (Wavestation)
   * Vector synthesis
   * Sampler / sampling - ("Rompler") - PCM
   * Additive synthesis
   * Subtractive synthesis (the most common synthesis)
   * Modular: not really a synthesis method but a structure of synths allowing lots of synthesis methods / open

Synthesis [2]