||fish study videos
| br>I'll post up some quick basic shnth patches here
starting very basic
I will remake some of my favorite patches also
any requests? br> br>
| br>Nice! Thanks for doing this
I would love videos on how to create these on a simple organ...
1) An attack/decay envelope for the sound of the bars... especially long decay stuff...
2) On how to add a lowpass filter...
3) how to use buttons to equally tune each bar (like the sliders on the Sid and Tet)
Sorry to ask all of this I really appreciate any help... br> br>
| br>Although simple, those videos were SUPER useful, particularly in the 'enter', 'space', and general UI stuff. Not having used Fish in years, I found myself going to a text editor and back, as I couldn't figure out how to get the UI to do things I wanted.
A request would be to maybe take a fairly complex patch, and then talk through how it works and its structure. (As in, not the steps to build something big like that from scratch, but rather how a big one is working). br> br>
| br>Thanks Wendnesdayayay, those were helpful - especially the mul trick for softening sounds. I thought the value in mul was a straight multiplier; here it looks more like a percentage? Hoping you do more videos!
Would love to get a better handle on the tuning system, to have a more intuitive idea of what the nume and deno values do. At least, how to have a deeper sound vs a higher sound.
Also still struggling with bend; the examples I’ve tried don’t seem to be having a discernible blend or transition between situations. br> br>
| br>Man this is great. I’m trying to learn Fish and it’s been fun yet frustrating since I have no programming background. If there’s an expert willing to put together an actual series of comprehensive tutorials beyond the basics, I bet there’s enough people who wouldn’t mind pooling some money together to pay for time and effort. br> br>