March 10, 2021 at 4:29 am #41221David de HartoghParticipant
I’m trying to recreate this track but I can’t properly figure out the patch of the synth starting right at the beginning. Here is the song:
I’m looking for help specifically in massive, but using the syntorial synth is also okay
I thought it is a wide square wave? A lot of low pass filter + reverb and delay?
I hope you can help me
March 19, 2021 at 10:25 am #41501Joe HanleyKeymaster
- This topic was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by Joe Hanley. Reason: Embed YT Vid
This is a really nice patch, and trickier than it seemed. I got pretty close with the following:
Osc 1: Saw wave
Osc 2: Pulse wave, about medium width. Same volume as osc 1. Combining these two waveforms gives you the fullness of the saw and the organ-esque texture of the pulse.
Osc 3: White Noise
Amp Envelope: Turn up the attack until you start to notice a subtle and quick swell in. Then give it a long release.
Filters: Run in parallel
Filter 1: Run Osc 1 and 2 through this filter. Lowpass, 4-pole. Turn the Cutoff down until you get a nice round sound. Boost the res a little bit.
Filter Envelope: Modulate Filter 1’s cutoff. Use a small amount and increase the attack until you get a subtle bright swell-in on the beginning of each note. Long release.
Filter 2: Run the Noise through this. Bandpass with a fairly narrow bandwidth and hefty resonance. Then adjust the cutoff to somewhere in the mid-range. You’re going for a sort-of bright but narrow and mouthy kind of shape.
Delay: Time around 1/8th (depending on tempo) and a fair amount of feedback so the echoes ring out.
Reverb: Big and modestly wet.
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