Adam Pietruszko is a sound designer and an experimental audio engineer from Poland producing synthesizer soundbanks and sample content for major soundware companies.
His journey in electronic music began in 2003, when he started spinning vinyl in Warsaw clubs, later turning to synthesizers and music production. Adam combines analog and digital synthesizer techniques with percussion and field recordings. He specialises in the field of avant-garde cinematic sound design, creating sample libraries for picture scoring and electronic music, where his sounds find their way into techno, IDM, electronica, chill, synthwave, EDM and other genres.
Adam is also dedicated to teaching activities at the Academy of Audio Engineering and Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw. His lectures cover sound synthesis/design, acoustics, electroacoustics, digital audio theory and electronic music and FX production. His works also include tutorial videos on synthesizer programming and sound design. Since 2009 he is a a member of The Association of Sound Engineers in Poland.
This workshop in sound design delivered by Adam Pietruszko will teach you how to use synthesizers and samples to create unique sounds for your music productions. You'll learn the basics of synthesizer programming, MIDI and experimental audio processing to create bass lines, leads, plucks, stabs and special FX. The session will be conducted using analog synthesizers and digital instruments of Presonus Studio One 3, focussing on practical skills that can be applied to any electronic instrument. Come over, connect some cables, turn some knobs and learn how to make the sounds you always wanted to hear.