Common sound ID?

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  1. Avizura

    Avizura New Member

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    Hi,


    @4:22 (and throughout the track) - the almost laser-like sound in the background in this tune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyIuiTiyN18 (State Of Mind - Snakecharmer) there is a sound, I've heard it in many other tracks too.
    I think it sounds wicked and I was wondering what the sound was, where it came from and where I can get/buy/download it.


    Thanks!

    ~Avi
     
  2. Rarrr

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    you mean the old school acid stab?
     
  3. Avizura

    Avizura New Member

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    That samples a bit over used now mate goes way back to the hardcore dayz
     
  6. Avizura

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    I believe it's also in Goldie - Mother around 24:00 (Or that could be another sample)
     
  7. Avizura

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    9. Doc Scott Mentasm

    The Mentasm - a mad edit of a unique synth factory preset - got its title from the song of the same name, after Joey Beltram resampled the "What The...!" preset on the Roland Juno 2 and processed it to bits. Apparently, Doc Scott (under the alias Nasty Habits) did exactly the same thing ... and out came a different result. We doubt even the Doc knew how he made this particular sound. Try to recreate a Nasty Habits Mentasm from scratch and you'll see what we mean.

    Still, you can find this beautiful monster in the intro to Body Rock and Equinox by Andy C & Shimon, Street Level by Total Science and the wonderful Void by Digital & Spirit. The best example of the Nasty Habits Mentasm is surely on the very rare Metalheadz 000 at around 2:08, sounding a bit like a nightmarish banshee screaming underwater.

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