FabFilter are well known for their mixing plugins, but they also have some hidden gems in their creative bundle. Trainer and sound designer Rishabh Rajan created this course to show you all about them. Lets get creative!
This course is an in-depth journey into the features and functions of FabFilter's Creative Bundle plugins: Twin 3, an innovative subtractive synthesizer with some novel features; Saturn 2, an unparalleled distortion plugin; Timeless 3, a very cool delay plugin; and Volcano, a powerful filter effect. These 22 tutorials will give you the knowledge you need to create your own unique sonic identity with these innovative plugins.
You'll start off by learning all about the oscillators and filters in Twin 3, understanding how to adjust them to get the sound you want. You'll also get to grips with the modulation, random LFOs, and effects section. Then, you'll delve into Saturn, FabFilter's flagship multiband saturation and distortion plugin. You'll explore the feedback controls, multiband capabilities, and modulation options.
Next, you'll explore Timeless, a highly versatile delay plugin. Here, you'll learn all about the delay, color, and multi-tap controls, as well as the onboard filter. Last but not least, you'll discover Volcano, one of the best filter plugin available. You'll play with the filter controls, routing options, and modulation capabilities. By the end of the course you'll have a thorough understanding of every plugin included in the Creative Bundle, and you'll know how to use them together to create expressive and dynamic music, soundscapes, and sound effects.
Get ready for a very creative experience! Grab your headphones now, and prepare to witness the limitless possibilities of FabFilter's creative bundle!
Love this! Why are there comparatively few FabFilter series out there when the plug-ins are so fantastic? We can't just rely on Dan Worrall. Rishabh to the rescue!
This course is very enjoyable and does a great job of introducing the Creative Bundle in a way that is not at all intimidating or unnecessarily complex. As ever, Rishabh throws in various wisdom nuggets in passing and shows respect, patience and understanding for his audience.
Perhaps a few features could have been integrated more directly: Sliders and X-Y Pads are mentioned but not shown in action, which was fine for me but might feel like an omission for users less familiar with such controls.