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Old 11-06-2018, 08:18 PM   #1
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How did he achieve this sound??

So at this track right here, at 3:24 the drop has 2 main sounds. One is a bell like sound, the other one is like.. the closest thing that comes to my mind to describe it is "fart" sound. How did he make that fart-ish sound? Any ideas?
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Re: How did he achieve this sound??

It sounds like an LFO modulating RESONANCE, while the CUTOFF is opened in a sweep. That Resonant filter though has a very nice an distinct sound, almost like a Roland filter, but it could be Eurorack modular, or soft synth I suppose.



Not all filters sound the same, they vary from make to make, and can even vary in models of the same hardware that were made at different times due to different components etc.

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Re: How did he achieve this sound??

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It sounds like an LFO modulating RESONANCE, while the CUTOFF is opened in a sweep. That Resonant filter though has a very nice an distinct sound, almost like a Roland filter, but it could be Eurorack modular, or soft synth I suppose.



Not all filters sound the same, they vary from make to make, and can even vary in models of the same hardware that were made at different times due to different components etc.
^this but I also think the initial sound before the filter has some FM synthesis. likely a saw and a sine wave.

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