Old 07-19-2019, 09:47 AM   #1
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i'm looking for help to get an idea how to reconstruct the lead sound and the chord sound below it

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Old 07-22-2019, 11:15 PM   #2
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Off the top of my head I'm hearing a mid lead sq+saw fm'd with saturation, downsampling, phaser and OTT, a super saw doubling an octave up in a chamber, a side-chained tonal noise layer (maybe some high synths ?) with a wave folder. The background could be another super saw doubled with a choir, far into a hall reverb. The bass has the usual suspects: side chained sub and distorted mid aggressive bass.
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Positive grid has a Amp matching functionality. Would like the same in synth.
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Positive grid has a Amp matching functionality. Would like the same in synth.
sorry i did not understand can u please explain
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Analyze a sound and setup the synth automatically.
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Analyze a sound and setup the synth automatically.
I cant see how this could happen given that there are a huge range of synthesisers all with different architectures and different methods of synthesis. It would not be possible to play something with a synth sound and specify what parameters had to be set to a specific setting, especially bearing in mind that the sound may have been generated by FM synthesis whilst the user may be trying to recreated the sound on a simple analogue synth.
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Off the top of my head I'm hearing a mid lead sq+saw fm'd with saturation, downsampling, phaser and OTT, a super saw doubling an octave up in a chamber, a side-chained tonal noise layer (maybe some high synths ?) with a wave folder. The background could be another super saw doubled with a choir, far into a hall reverb. The bass has the usual suspects: side chained sub and distorted mid aggressive bass.

can you please inform me what u use for downnsampling, and if OTT is important or if i can use a normal compressor i don't have that
also please inform me any tutorials you watched for synthesis to get at that level. thanks

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