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The BBC's Radiophonic Workshop was set up in 1958, born out of a desire to create 'new kinds of sounds'. Alchemists of Sound looks at this creative group from its inception, through its golden age when it was supplying music and effects for cult classics like Doctor Who, Blake's Seven and Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, and charts its fading away in 1995 when, due to budget cuts, it was no longer able to survive. There are interviews with composers from the Workshop, as well as musicians and writers who have been inspired by the output. Great archive footage of the Workshop and its machinery is accompanied by excerpts of the, now cult, TV programmes that featured these sounds.  

Free Filter Seminar



This is a recording of a live online seminar it is unedited and complete for you to enjoy!
To fully interact with the seminar, download "Filter Explorer" and study filters in realtime along with the video!

 
 

Harmonic Explorer


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This is one of our many educational tools created especially to accompany our classes. The Harmonic Explorer is a tool that enables the user to explore how sound can be constructed by adding over-tones and demonstrate the fundamentals of Additive synthesis.

This tool was done with SynthMaker.

And best of all, its completely free! Want to learn how to use it? check our courses!

 
 

Open Scope


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This is an oscilloscope. it shows the waveform of the passing audio in real-time. It is very useful for exploring and understanding sound and how it behaves. It is possible to trigger this oscilloscope acording to one of its channels. It comes both as an executable program, and a VST plugin.

The oscilloscope was done with SynthMaker, and is packed with the SynthMaker project inside!

And best of all, its completely free! Want to learn how to use it? check our courses!

 
 

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