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Making those wubs glide like butter

Postby Nyyx » Mon Jan 13, 2014 2:01 am

*Edit* Figured it out.
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Postby Sure_Fire » Mon Jan 13, 2014 4:26 am

I'm not sure what your point is exactly, but that example you posted needs to be beefed up if you want it at Datsik/excision level. Bit of distortion, a dimension expander (with a really short delay) and possibly some reverb would help.

Most of what they do is in the synth, they probably then bounce it down and arrange it from there. Try attaching different things to the LFO, like volume and wavetable positions to get the most grunt in the wobbles.
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