Create an orchestral arrangement based on phrases and parameters taken from a library. A long video with lots of tips and tricks along the way.
Recording is an intuitive way to create new phrases right there where you need them. Learn how to fix bad takes, harmonize a first take, record parameters and more.
Learn how tell a good figure recognition result from a bad one and how to make a Figure portable, such that it works in any harmonic context.
The metronome doesn't sound during lead-in (count-in) when recording at the beginning of an arrangment.
Learn how to import Standard MIDI Files into Synfire and create new phrases from their contents.
Hi. I can't remember if it's in the user manual or somewhere in this forum, but I got an exact recognition of my take with setting the global key in the take (...)
When importing a MIDI track with tempo changes, is there any way to get a better resolution of the tempo map in Synfire? If I import a tempo ramp from Cubase, Synfire places 'jumps' at every beat, and it doesn't even begin with the correct tempo value.
Under Windows, problems may occur if multiple programs attempt to use the same USB MIDI driver for input at the same time.
Sometimes you want to import a midi file into Synfire that you created yourself for your specific studio setup, for example one that you just exported from a DAW and want to (...)
If you want to export your Synfire arrangement as a MIDI file (for example to edit it at the DAW) and re-import it afterwards into Synfire you should use the option File (...)
Build chord progressions from pressing keys on your keyboard. Synfire estimates the most likely chord in a sequence of chords.
Learn how to build up a cinematic piano theme step by step from easy to play phrase overdubs. Even if you are not good at playing the keyboard, using Synfire, this is simple and fun.