Introducing Lethal Audio

In this introduction tutorial to Lethal we will be giving you a quick rundown of the core library features, navigating the menus and adjusting the presets to suit your needs as well as saving your own presets for instruments from bass, drums, percussion all the way to leads and pads.

Browsing Lethal’s library is easy. The core features are located in the central menu with buttons located along the bottom of the synth.

From here you can toggle between the different screens, which consist of:
● Library
● Arpeggiator
● Trance gate
● Effects
● Source
● System

Conveniently grouped on the left side of the interface you will see the three synthesis essentials: amp, filter and pitch, with each having their own menu buttons.

All the presets are categorized by type and load quickly and can be easily adjusted by click and drag functionality. Included is the option to mark sounds as favourites while simultaneously building automated workflows from within your digital audio workstation.

Along the right side of the interface are the options for more general sound shaping including, Unison detune (up to eight voices), vibrato, stereo widening, harmonic enhancement (Shine), overdrive, glide, and reverse playback of the source samples.

Lethal is easy to work with and save you the time of having to create and mould sound from scratch, all the while being light on the host CPU – enabling the control to considerably customize and layer the sounds you create.

Start now and explore Lethal’s expansive sound banks, ease-of-use and quick results.