June 7, 2020 at 6:18 pm #35589Rmiller91Participant
@0:03 seconds there is a backing “rip” sound
Any help on this would be awesome!June 23, 2020 at 2:01 pm #35866Joe HanleyKeymaster
The ripping sound sounds like a combination of white noise and a very high pitched square wave.
The bassline is a little trickier. Try starting with this:
Oscillator: Pulse wave, medium width. Two-voice Unison, pretty wide, with just enough detune to hear the two voices on the left and right sides.
Filter: 24 dB LowPass. Turn the Cutoff down pretty far to get a nice round sound. Crank the Drive. Boost the Res. Then modulate the Cutoff with…
Filter Envelope: Zero sustain, medium-fast Decay and Release. Turn up the modulation amount until you get a nice bright attack transient. Then modulate the Decay and Release times with…
LFO: Sine wave, veeeery slow. The idea here is that as you play one bass note after another, some will have a very fast decay, others will have a medium decay. You won’t need much amount here. Tweak it until you get the desired amount of modulation.
Distortion: Experiment with distortion types, but you’ll want a pretty nasty one, with a pretty heavy amount. Turn it up until you get the desired amount of anger.
Distortion patches like these require a lot of tweaking. So be prepared to really play around with Cuttof, Res, Envelope amounts, etc. Lots of tweaking.
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