Posts Tagged ‘Panning’

Intense Tech con Defense Mech – No te duermas sobre la Z (Presentando a Hypnogram)

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Artículo Original de DEFENSE MECHANISM. Traducción al Español por Pixel Guy.

¡Hola, soy Defense Mechanism! Bienvenidos una vez más a Intense Tech, donde hacemos un análisis profundo sobre algunas de las características del LSDJ, esto con el fin de ayudar a aumentar tu nivel de entendimiento del programa y tus habilidades como artista.

En la lección del mes pasado vimos el sintetizador del canal Wave. Ahora nos desviaremos de la síntesis de ondas durante algunas lecciones, pero ¡regresaremos a ella después de preparar el terreno para una emocionante lección sobre ese tema! Este mes hablaremos del comando Z en LSDJ y exploraremos cómo es que puede darle sabor a tu vida.

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Intense Tech with Defense Mech: Don’t Sleep on Z (feat. Hypnogram)

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Hello, I’m Defense Mechanism! Welcome back to Intense Tech, where we take an in-depth look at some of the features of LSDj to both help you level up your understanding and your skills as an artist!

In last month’s lesson, we looked at the wave synth. We’ll be detouring away from wave synthesis for a couple lessons, but we’ll return after we lay the groundwork for an exciting wave synth lesson! This month, we’ll take a look at the Z command for LSDj and explore how it can spice up your life!

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Paul’s Tech Talk – LSDJ 5.3.5_4x Part 2: Sandpaper vs Eardrums

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Hello all and thank you for reading Paul’s Tech Talk on The ChipWIN Blog!

This article is the second part of an issue on the spicy topic of PSG Chip Overclocking. In the first part, we tackled the basic theory behind what overclocking could achieve on an NES when ticks sped up enough to reach into the audio range. Today, we’re going to try and be more specific, and try out some practical examples on Gameboy.

While audio range speeds can be achieved at high tempos on stock LSDJ, we’re going to try and venture beyond that, thanks to the very unique test build of LSDJ: 5.3.5_4x, which multiplies tempo by FOUR.

Let’s dive in!

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