• September 27, 2020 at 12:46 am #37667 test
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    I would assume this is a simple patch, however I’m not very knowledgeable about such things.

    I can’t find the name of this song, but I can link it to you!

    The synth comes in at around 40 seconds

    Any and all help is appreciated : )

    October 6, 2020 at 2:55 am #37825 test
    Jonathan Eppele
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    This patch sounds like it has a fairly simple synth sound, layered in with some noise sample that I can’t really make out the specifics of.

    Basic sound:

    Osc: Triangle Wave. This gives the smooth, heavy sound in the patch.

    Cutoff: 24 dB. Low Pass. The triangle wave has just a little bit of buzz on top. Use the filter to take it out.

    Amp Envelope: Subtle, and you may not find this necessary, but I set my sustain level down to about halfway, with a somewhat short, but not too short decay. Gave each note a gentle yet noticeable attack transient.

    As for the noise sample, your guess is as good as mine for what was used. One characteristic I can tell from this recording is that the noise is key tracked (different instances of the noise are at different pitches).

    I think you’re right that it’s fairly simple, but without knowing what noise sample they use, I unfortunately can’t give a complete description. Nevertheless, I hope this has been somewhat helpful for you in recreating the patch. Let me know how it goes ­čÖé

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