Standard Rinse Synth

Discussion in 'Production' started by Random Filth, Mar 10, 2015.

  1. Random Filth

    Random Filth New Member

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    Hello people!

    I was just browsing through my "likes" on Soundcloud and i found something really interesting.
    I was listening to Konichi's Standard Rinse trying to figure out how i could get that enormous deep Synth done! Like, whats the basic of this sound - how could i get near it?

    Click Here

    You can hear the sound at 0:44 right at the first Kick of the drop.

    I would be really happy if someone could explain how i can get stuff like that done:)

    Cheers- Herbal Techniques DnB


    EDIT: I already looked on youtube to find a tutorial but nothing really came any near to the sound in the track mentioned above.
     
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  2. RUSSLA

    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    All i know is he uses massive and must be doing some very unique things to get the sounds he does. Experiment all day bra
     
  3. tewky1

    tewky1 Well-Known Member

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    the bass bit or the growlly bit?

    the bass just sounds like a fat bass sound low passed, with an envelope or lfo giving it a bit of movement, not much though.
    the growlly sound sounds very like a dog barking to me. is it a synth or an instrument he has made in a sampler???
     
  4. dbjungle

    dbjungle DJ Syklone

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    That growl sound does a lot like a dog now that you mention it. I really like this tune, especially the high pitch synth sound towards the end of the 2nd and 4th bars. A lot of producers are doing this mid/high growl type sound right now at the moment. I'm having some problems making that type of sound. I can't imagine they're all using samples of dogs. I'm sure they're doing it on synths somehow too.
     
  5. Dansci

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    Sounds like some sort of percussive tap delayed by a couple 100ms. Plus some modulation like vocodex or wild eqing.