Discussion in 'Production' started by shdw, Mar 31, 2005.
Any1 knows how to get that trancy like synths like Ill.skillz do? (In Reason ofc)
You mean like the one in the "Platinum" rmx?
Well not just platinum rmx... but yeah also.
You know how to?
use the zeta plugin!
I've never used zeta, im gonna look for the demo. Is it good for basslines too?
Oh btw i dunno ne thing about Reason, but whatever sounds ur using can be made more trancy by adding reverb/chorus/delay. Of course u probly knew that ne way. Try using an arpeggiator. And experiment with different filters (preferably high pass type of filters). Maybe flangers too, just alot of effects i guess. Hope that helped.
IMO zeta is only good 4 synth's....but i know of pro producers who can get wicked basslines out of it.
I downloaded the demo for z3ta and nicked sum samples from it, but havent done much experimenting with ne bass or ne thing really bcuz it totally butchers my cpu, i really need to upgrade my shit lol. But the sounds that come with z3ta are pretty cool tho.
link 2 zeta pls?
I've had this for a while but haven't played around with it yet, looks too daunting :S
Z3ta's cool, its pretty easy except for the modulation section, but then I havent really tried to use that.
It has 6 oscillators which is why I like it.
As for doing this in Reason, use a subtractor with 2 sawtooth waves at 3 octaves, a notch or bandpass filter with the cutoff assinged to an lfo, send the output to a Unison, then a Delay (set to 3 steps or so) and a Chorus unit (just experiment). Thats a start anyway, just play with that, or flick through some presets and remember whcih bits you liked and recreate them.
Can't u do some sample file in reason format for meh?
BTW, I havent listened to the examples given, this is just a trance like synth, as in normal trance, but it sounds kinda nice. I used it and changed most of the settings and got a nice reese out of it.
If I get round to listening to the examples again and I can make the sounds well I'll post another demo.
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