Sunvox Tutorial/More complex module arrangements

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More Complex Module Arrangements[edit | edit source]

A tutorial on how to do advanced sound module manipulations in Sunvox music software.

Tutorial objectives[edit | edit source]

Once you have completed this tutorial, you should be able to:

  • Understand more advanced module types
  • Apply the Compressor module
  • Use the Multisynth module
  • Use the Sound2Ctl module
  • Apply the LFO module to sounds
  • Use modulation to alter sounds
  • Use metamodules to save useful module combinations

Introduction[edit | edit source]

This tutorial helps you to answer the question:

I can manipulate modules in Sunvox, but now how do I get the most out of them?

You will explore some of the ways in which modules can relate to each other, relying on or modifying each other's output. You will also see how you can avoid having to rebuild complex arrangements of modules every time you make a song by saving them as metamodules and loading them as units when you need them.

Modules which affect other modules[edit | edit source]

Stacking more complex modules[edit | edit source]

Sounds affecting other sounds by modulation[edit | edit source]

I've created a wonderful sound now how do I export and save it?[edit | edit source]