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bfd for the beats and absynth 3 for the ambiance. i just need to make some dirty fuckin bass an i'm away. appreciate any advice.....
i won't pretend to understand things like
or6 Morphing capable LFOs, 4 global, 2 local (per-voice), all host Tempo Sync capable.
One-shot LFO mode.
60 waveforms, 10 user waveforms.
Individual Offset, Delay, Fade In, Morph Time, Speed, Tempo Sync and Key Sync mode controls.
10 LFO combination modes: MORPH, ADD, IADD, SUB, ISUB, MUL, MIN, MAX, HALF1, HALF2.
but what i do know is it can do anything; bass, pads, leads, whatever. it's got 6 oscillators and it sounds amazing. can "sell" you a copy if you can't find anywhere to "buy" it.
16 row modulation matrix with Source, Range (min/max), Curve, Control and Destination options.
24 modulation sources, including all LFOs, Egs, main Oscillators, Attack and Release velocity, Unipolar and Bipolar keyboard tracking, internal functions and polyphony.
Min and Max modulation adjustable.
12 modulation curves, including Linear, Slow, Fast with normal and reverse polarity, and four pitch curves.
also Frohmage is a sick resonance filter that never fails to turn basses into chest shatterers
however, i do know how to do that!
i couldn't find a blank picture of the matrix, so ignore these settings..
under Source select the LFO you want to use, then under 'destination' go filter1 or filter2 (or All Filters) then select Cutoff/Resonance/whatever you want to modulate. Range is the amount & direction the lfo does its stuff in, left click to go left to right or right click to go (cunningly) right to left. it's like the 'Amount' wheel in fruity, if you use that..
sorry i'm really bad at explaining this sort of stuff
i'm sure there's a great deal of tutorials out there for z3ta i've just never got around to looking for them ;[
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