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  • Behind the scenes of Venom: Sink your teeth in (Part 5)

    Sound Design Tips and Tricks – Venom Comes Alive in the Matrix In my previous posts we discussed how to get more out of Venom’s oscillators, filter, LFOs, and envelopes. Now, we’ll take a look at how all those pieces connect together. At Venom’s core is a powerful 16-route matrix that allows you to patch physical controllers
    Posted to Inside Out (Weblog) by Taiho Yamada on Wed, Feb 8 2012
  • Behind the scenes of Venom: Sink your teeth in (Part 4)

    Sound Design Tips and Tricks – More Tools for Sculpting Your Sound In my previous blog we talked about Venom’s oscillators and discussed many of the deeper sound design functions that you can perform with them. Now we’ll talk about the rest of the synthesis engine and how it can shape the waveforms we’ve generated. Oftentimes
    Posted to Inside Out (Weblog) by Taiho Yamada on Fri, Jan 13 2012
  • Behind the scenes of Venom: Sink your teeth in (Part 3)

    Sound Design Tips and Tricks – Know Your Oscillators It all begins with the oscillators... If those don’t sound great, no amount of filtering or effects will ever really be able to fix that. Venom addresses this issue in a clever way, by playing back samples of classic analog waveforms as well as modern digital sources. Sampling allows you
    Posted to Inside Out (Weblog) by Taiho Yamada on Thu, Jan 5 2012
  • Behind the scenes of Venom: Sink your teeth in (Part 2)

    Behind the Industrial Design I originally thought Venom would be white. That seems like an odd thing to say, considering that Venom actually is painted white, but I think you’d be amazed at the incredible journey it took to finally get there. In this blog post, I’m going to pull back the curtain a bit on the design of Venom, and give you
    Posted to Inside Out (Weblog) by Taiho Yamada on Thu, Dec 22 2011
  • Behind the scenes of Venom: Sink your teeth in (Part 1)

    M-Audio Venom is Born. Hi, I’m Taiho, product designer of Venom, and here are a few things you should know about me… 1. I have always loved synthesizers. Even as a small child in the 1970s, they captured my attention. There are certain songs that I loved back then, but at the time I didn’t know why.. Of course, when I listen to them
    Posted to Inside Out (Weblog) by Taiho Yamada on Wed, Dec 14 2011
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