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You sure that amsynth can't pull off a dubstep wobble bass?
The ingredients are relatively simple:
One lowpass filter
One LFO routed to the filter cutoff
One or Two Oscillators (I'd say having a sine or triangle an octave lower or
at the same pitch as the other oscillator would be good here).
Then just filter the oscs quite low to remove the highs and set the LFO
running fairly fast-ish!
On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 12:55 PM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
> Harry Van Haaren wrote:
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Hey Jeremy,You sure that amsynth can't pull off a dubstep wobbl=
e bass?The ingredients are relatively simple:One lowpass filter=
One LFO routed to the filter cutoffOne or Two Oscillators (I'd =
say having a sine or triangle an octave lower or at the same pitch as the o=
ther oscillator would be good here).
Then just filter the oscs quite low to remove the highs and set the LFO=
running fairly fast-ish!Andrew.=
On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 12:55 PM, Jeremy Jongepier <email@example.com> =
Harry Van Haaren =
You're welcome. And apparently my Dubstep instrument for Yoshimi was
good enough to get included in the latest Yoshimi release (thanks
Cal!!). If you want to control the wobbles it is possible to set the
Freq. LFO to zero and insert a Phaser effect in the chain and control
its LFO with NRPN messages. I took a look at it yesterday but apparently
my M-Audio Oxygen doesn't send out correct NRPN messages so Yoshimi
doesn't pick them up or I simply don't understand how to properly
program the right NRPN stuff). But I just got some new toys in (a
Behringer BCF2000 and a BCR2000), hopefully I'll get it to work with
those. Otherwise it would be an option to fire up an instance of
Rakarrack with a Phaser effect and control the LFO of the Phaser with MIDI.=
I've also taken a look at PHASEX but I don't grasp how everything i=
routed internally so I just don't manage to get anything useful out of =
amSynth is not suited for Dubstep wobbles, it simply lacks the proper
Maybe Bristol could pull the trick too.
For those who have no clue what this is about:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DIsQMpJ5lURQ (a classic that we spin
regularly at our parties)
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