Interested how this is done

Discussion in 'Production' started by football345, May 18, 2010.

  1. football345

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  2. Thin and crispy

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    Delay on the LFO maybe? or its set to one-shot and theres slight automation on the LFO rate?
     
  3. Bass Character

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    Dunno what synth you're using but it sounds like a fairly simple FM patch. If you've got z3ta+ its pretty easy to make. Sounds like the LFO is controlling the modulating signal a little bit, and also modulating a filter cutoff (no resonance). LFO might be modulating the amp level aswell. Should be fairly easy to recreate, try simple waves like sine or triange 1 octave up, gently 'FMing' a square or maybe even another sine.

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  4. richie_stix

    richie_stix gomby plz

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    always had a trouble with this one... can't seem to get the lfo setting right! :(
     
  5. subprime

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    You reckon he's modulating the lfo speed (what it sounds like) or he's just sampled a whole heap of notes with different lfo speeds and sequenced the audio? I'm sure either way would work, the latter is maybe easier?
     
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    richie_stix gomby plz

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