Introduction: I have developed this Kyma Sound over a yearlong time period to work specifically with melodic material as a sculptor might work with a raw slab of stone, the raw material here being a single instrument or voice line
This is a continuation of Tutorial D, Part 1. In this tutorial, we explore live spectral analysis/resynthesis and spectral modification.
In this tutorial, we explore spectral analysis and resynthesis. Before beginning this tutorial, please download the Kyma Tutorial Sound file that contains the Sounds discussed below. Completion of Tutorial A and Tutorial B is highly recommended. We will be using a keyboard to
This is a continuation of Tutorial C, Part 1. Part 2 focuses on the SampleAndHold in several manifestations.
In this tutorial, we look at other ways to generate patterns in Sound parameter fields.
In this fourth tutorial, we continue our work with the StepSequencer.
In this third tutorial, we examine the StepSequencer and how it can be thought of as one big, resource-rich automated MIDI keyboard.
In this second tutorial, we look at mixing Sounds and controlling them from the Virtual Control Surface.
In this first tutorial, we look at how to trigger and gate Sounds from a MIDI keyboard.
These tutorials arose from my own initial struggles with learning Kyma, and were spurred on by subsequent needs of my private students. Learning a new language (whether a spoken language or computer language) is not trivial. But my struggles have