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    How to get rising effect

    hey guys i would like some help on a liquid-ish?(i dont know how to classify this crap all the time) dubstep vibe. it is Gemini's classic rising synth that just has that awesome "umf" to it. how is this synth made... what is the basic type of wave used?
    recommend any other artist with this kind of vibe to them?



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    Re: How to get rising effect

    A couple of saws probably detuned a little bit, play around with the attack envelope, safe.
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    Re: How to get rising effect

    I guess a saw pad with some chorus, some low-end, white noise?? And some sidechaining

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    Re: How to get rising effect

    the notes are 4 bars long consist of a white noise, ramped up with an amp (for the fuzzyness), Reverb'd 3 sec at I'd say 25% and with a tempo synced LFO at 1/4 at half depth modulation.

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    Re: How to get rising effect

    could probably be an LFO - applied to the cutoff thats synced at 1/4.

    yeah like xerxes said!!

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    Re: How to get rising effect

    you could apply an envelope on the pitch of the saw wave maybe~?

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    Re: How to get rising effect

    ok so i took a bit of you guys' advice and tried a saw wave, then put a saw lfo on it, sidechaind it, a lil bit of distorted and effects. and lastly, added a slightly distorted sub....
    this is what i got... got anymore advice (dont get me wrong i was quite suprised how simple it really was):
    http://soundcloud.com/zurra/rising-synth

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    Re: How to get rising effect

    What part of gemini's tune exactly are you talking about?

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    Re: How to get rising effect

    Quote Originally Posted by spyre View Post
    What part of gemini's tune exactly are you talking about?
    his "signature" sound(imo), the bassline i guess you could say.

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