by Man From Sol
November 3rd, 2019
Another tutorial on glitch sound design. In this video I examine how to incorporate time-scrubbing techniques into your process. I also touch on frequency shifting, reverb, parameter "sweet spots", spectral intent, and other useful concepts. I definitely got a bit carried away in this one, but I cover a lot of concepts and ideas that I did not examine in my last tutorial.
Watch the video on YouTube to click the various timestamps to skip to explanations of the following concepts.
3:00 Harmor resynthesis overview
10:45 Spectral intent and planning
18:31 Harmor's phaser
20:02 Loss of original texture
22:48 Parameter sweet spots
31:20 Frequency shifted delay
36:48 Reverb in a glitch context
47:37 Filter noise resonance in Harmor
50:50 Return to the high-end
53:55 Overview, final thoughts