Groove3 Arturia Analog Lab V Explained TUTORIAL

Groove3 Arturia Analog Lab V Explained TUTORIAL

Groove3 Arturia Analog Lab V Explained TUTORIAL

Synth wiz Tyler Coffin presents an in-depth set of Arturia Analog Lab V video tutorials! If you want to start wrapping your head around Analog Lab V’s massive sonic possibilities, and all of the incredible inspiration that lies within, this is the series for you. Tyler walks you through the impressive feature-set of this awesome virtual instrument, teaching you not only the fundamentals but also dropping several more advanced tips and tricks along the way. These videos are for new Arturia Analog Lab V users.

Tyler welcomes you and begins with an overview of the plug-in interface, helping to get you oriented with the layout and basic functionality and demonstrating how to set up your MIDI controllers for a seamless workflow. Next, you’ll discover the Library Menu, which is where you’ll find Analog Lab V’s immense list of instruments.

Next, explore the Multi Mode and learn how to layer different sounds together – including the ability to treat each with completely different effects, EQ, etc. – creating entirely unique, one-of-a-kind combinations!

Throughout the rest of the course, you’ll learn about more advanced features, including Macros (allowing you to control multiple parameters simultaneously), Studio Mode (enabling you to fine-tune your sounds for recording with effects and other parameters), and Stage Mode (a more streamlined mode ideal for live performance). Tyler wraps up the course by showing you how to create your own presets, including multi-instrument and keyboard split patches!

To see the exact contents of these in-depth Arturia Analog Lab V tutorials, and to understand how they’ll quickly get you inspired with both classic and fresh new sounds alike, see the individual Analog Lab V video tutorial descriptions on this page. Generate new soundscapes for your songs and productions today… Watch “Arturia Analog Lab V Explained®” now.

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