“Syntorial is the most direct route between hearing a sound in your head and knowing how to bring it to life.”
– Electronic Musician Magazine
A NEW WAY TO LEARN SYNTHESIS
Syntorial is video game-like training software, that will teach you how to program synth patches by ear. With almost 200 lessons, combining video demonstrations with interactive challenges, you’ll get hands on experience programming patches on a built-in soft synth, and learn everything you need to know to start making your own sounds with ease.
This isn’t your ordinary synth tutorial. This is Syntorial.
RAVES FROM INDUSTRY MAGS
“Syntorial is the most direct route between hearing a sound in your head and knowing how to bring it to life. Lesson-by-lesson, module-by-module, Syntorial shows you almost everything that synths can do without getting bogged down in theory. Learn to aurally recognize VCO waveforms, filter bandwidths, LFO rates, ADSR parameters, effects types, and more. Get the edge on sound design by educating yourself with this new approach to tutorial software.” –Electronic Musician Magazine
“The most comprehensive and fun tool for learning synthesizer programming, hands down.” –Keyboard Magazine
KUDOS FROM OUR CUSTOMERS
“Syntorial is an excellent resource for learning and mastering synthesis. It’s really important to understand the fundamentals that are often lost in today’s YouTube tutorials. I’m using it to re-learn synthesis and get a better grasp of concepts I missed along the way.” Morgan Page, Two-Time Grammy Nominee
“Where was this program when i was trying to learn synthesis ? This program is the most cutting edge method to learn synthesis. Highly recommended.” – Mike Huckaby
“In all of my research, I haven’t found another piece of software that teaches synthesis as well as Syntorial. It moves at a great pace, and the logical sequence of the lessons truly trains the ears to hear the slight differences in tone when adjusting the various parameters. It is the perfect tool for anyone looking to increase their understanding of the complex world of sound design.” – Keith Hancock, 2017 Grammy Music Educator of the Year