DCAM Synth Squad by fxpansion combines 3 modeled synths and a super deep layering tool into an insanely powerful bundle. Sound complicated? Well, it isn't because you've got the exceptional synth guru Matt Vanacoro here to demystify it. Check it out!
The first synth is called Strobe. It's a super tight analog mono-synth. The next synth is Cypher. It's a harmonically rich analog FM emulation. Then there's Amber. Put on your tie-dyed tee and trip out on Amber's lush 70s string sounds.
This massive 39-tutorial course, designed by Matt Vanacoro, takes you through each of these unique sonic superstars and explains how each one of them works. From their interface, to their synth functions, you get all the inside info! Matt also explains how to program their common features like the arpeggiator, LFOs, and Visualizer.
Finally, Matt, digs into the Synth Squad vortex: Fusor. This is where the powers of these awesome synths come together, layer, combine and animate in ways that are beyond belief! Learning Fusor is like learning the secrets of the DCAM universe!
This course – filled with great explanations and examples – will totally get you well on your way to becoming a fxpansion DCAM Synth Squad master!
Very good instructor. Very interesting set of tutorials. I never heard of DCAM synths before I watched these videos. Very high quality software.
Hindie wrote on March 22, 2015
This is a great course about what seems to be some complicated synths. It opened a lot of possibiliies for me, although there is still a lot to be said. I really would like if you made a more advanced course on this synth collection. Thank you.
Paul wrote on February 26, 2015
Good overview of FXpansions DCAM Synth Squad collection by Matt Vanacoro. I have knocked a star off because some features were skipped over a little quickly.
Brett C wrote on February 25, 2014
The detail on Fusor could have been better and could have gone a bit deeper. Good overview however, and well presented in a clear style.
Darren wrote on January 30, 2014
Matt presents the topic well, but I was disappointed by the over all lack of depth. Particularly with Fusor's Animator which was glossed over very quickly. I was hoping to gain a little bit of expert knowledge and a deeper understanding of the software, but instead got a refresher course.