The Monique Morphing Tutorial – How This Synthesizer Work

Morphing gives you the capabilities of 8 different programs in one! This is perfect for real-time jamming, and live performances…

…I wrote this in the first Monique post, but still, how does morphing work? Right, it’s not the most intuitive feature in this synthesizer and I know as good as you that nobody reads the f****** user manual. So we have prepared this 7-minute video to guide you in using Monique’s powerful morphing feature so you can get the best out of the eight synthesizer presets in one.


And? I mean this is so much fun, and easy once you get the hang of it! :-)

You can use this feature to not only mix existing presets, but also evolve what you have, like in a live jam session, and find your way back at the end of the song, but more about that in another video. If you are interested in this, take a look at the user manual point 7.2 or the German user manual.

Have you already watched the first video of this tutorial series Monique Basics Tutorial (Version 2)? That 20-minute video will help you to understand the basics of Monique, like the filter routing or how to set up an ADSR envelope > continue reading.

If you like, we’ll see you next time with the open video “Monique as a Loop Station” – additionally, I think it is time to explain some technical stuff, like configuring slider handling or input smoothing!

Sincerely,
Thomas

Thomas Arndt

Thomas had his first contact with music tools some time in the 90’s, with ProTracker on its Amiga 500 with a 512kb memory extension! At the same time, he tried to develop his first game with an old basic dialect, but it took him a few more decades to become a real C++ programmer. Since 2010, he has been developing his own music tools, and video tutorials. Some of his friends say he's an alien, because he uses cables as room decoration, and talks about mystic things like vocoders or synthesizers. It just doesn’t compute with him that someone wouldn’t be fascinated, by something so essential as a sequencer or synthesizer.

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