Digital Sound Factory veteran sound designer, Timothy Swartz takes us on a tour of Cakewalk's Z3TA+2 software synthesizer and how to quickly create interesting sounds. The video begins by explaining basic programming of Z3TA+2 envelopes, LFO's, filters, modulators, and effects. As the tutorial progresses, Tim explains Z3TA+2 program parameters and takes us through the process of creating synth pads, synth bass, synth leads, and electronica synths. We hope you find this video informative and will stimulate your imagination. Digital Sound Factory offers a collection of over 1,000 Z3TA+2 programs designed using these concepts.
Timothy Swartz produced the original E-MU Emulator and Proteus sound libraries. In 2007 he founded Digital Sound Factory with a mission to provide high quality low cost sounds for computer software musicians. Digital Sound Factory offers Cakewalk, Kontakt, SoundFont, Reason, Pro Tools, and more formatted sound libraries. (40 min. running time)