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  • Loek BakkerLocalTrack19

    If you have the Juno in your version of Arturia V Colllection, I think it should be really easy, in fact even some presets could work with some minor tweaking. I use the TAL emulation of the Juno and it has a lot of pads that sound close to yours

    In reply to: Help to identify famous DX7 patch

    August 16, 2021 at 5:24 am #44370
    Loek BakkerLocalTrack19

    Maybe someone knows the name of the patch of this sound from DX7 and from what bank is it?

    (sound at 16:56)

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    Hi. Not sure if this is a standard factory patch from the DX7. Can’t recall I heard it in Dexed, the free VST for the DX7. Did you check it in the Arturia VST list? Sounds to me like a modification of one of the slap bass patches

    In reply to: Italo lead sound

    July 20, 2021 at 3:42 pm #44095
    Loek BakkerLocalTrack19

    That is 80s and it is BIG. 🙂 I have a feeling it may be a synth layered on top of a horn sample, which weren’t all that accurate back in the day and had kind of a synth vibe. But, try doing it with just a synth:

    Oscillator 1: Saw. Unison with a bunch of voices, 6 if you can. Strong Detune, enough that it almost sounds a little pitchy, to get a really aggressive sound. No Width on that Unison.

    Oscillator 2: Same as 1, but one octave higher

    Filter: 24 dB Low Pass, with just a touch of Res. If your filter has Drive, give it a decent amount. Then bring the Cutoff down just a little bit, to be modulated by…

    Filter Envelope: We’re going to create a really subtle horn attack transient that will give the sound some punch. About 50ms Attack and just enough Mod Amount to bring the Cutoff back up to max brightness.

    Amp Envelope: Short Release, around 80 ms, just to get rid of the abrupt note end.

    Reverb: Medium size, wide, little wet. The sound should still be dry enough to be up front, but have that big space behind it to make it more 80s Epic. 🙂

    Fantastic! You truly are a master of synths Joe!

    Loek BakkerLocalTrack19

    I wouldn’t mind trying to do this for the Korg Minilogue – I recently purchased one.

    Hi. How are you progressing? I have the Minilogue XD as well but find mapping it to Syntorial sometimes difficult

    In reply to: Synth Effect in 80s classic Wouldn’t it be Good

    June 22, 2021 at 9:34 am #43612
    Loek BakkerLocalTrack19

    Works great, thanks Joe!