Delayed LFO

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  1. muzzadj

    muzzadj POW!

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    another question lol..

    Using NI Massive, how to go about making a delayed LFO such as .. 'waaaaaaaaaawubwubwubwub' all in one clean sound? Is it best to use the Performer as i can't get a good sound from it recently, clearly due to not being able to use it properly though!

    Cheers!
     
  2. padders

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    I think I know what you mean from your description. Start with the LFO rate very slow then speed it up? You can do this with automation. Hope that helps otherwise post an example.
     
  3. Freek

    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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    see attached image, make sure your on the lfo parameters tho.
     

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    muzzadj POW!

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    Can you explain how to do this with automation? What im focusing on learning at the moment.. Can you set automation on a setting (lfo/cutoff/resonance/etc) in a VST through cubase? But yeah you get the idea i think mate, just not gradually get faster, just go from no wobble for most of the bassline then at the end cut it to a quick wobble of the same note
     
  5. Freek

    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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    i think the picture in my last post might help mate, am not sure tho cosi dont use massive but just by general assumption it should be correct.
     
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    awesome, cheers mate. How do i put in the wobble using an envolope? only even been able to make like a pyramind, no crazy shit lol. Are there presets you can work with?
     
  7. dnbsoldier87

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    gd question muzza. and woa that pic looks crazy, make that sound urself? Hmm this envelope shit is interesting, just opened up a whole new world of LFO's and wobbling (if thats the correct term). Is it possible to get a normal sinewave out of the envelope, like you would using a standard lfo?
     
  8. dnbsoldier87

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    closest thing i can get to delayed wobble in massive is this really
     

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    miszt BASSFACE Royale

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    Easiest way, (for cubase), Hit Record (with the midi channel track armed), and tweek the lfo a bit, now you can right click the channel (on the left, where you can edit the name of the channel) and choose 'show automation', and it'll appear ready for you to edit
     
  10. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    dunno how to do this on massive but maybe just killin the lfo for the start of the sound then switchin it on??lol
    or changin it so it rises up then automatin it to change to 1/4 or watever
     
  11. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    Freek has already answered the question. Just add delay to the lfo and the wobble starts after the delay finishes.
     
  12. groelle

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    yeah ^^^^

    you would have to route the envelope to the same filter as the cut off tho (simply drag, you know how..) and play with the delay and attack times and so on