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pad stab sound

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pad stab sound

Postby skygaze » Sat Apr 20, 2013 1:46 pm

hi could everyone explain me how to get this sound with an vst instrument?

http://www.mediafire.com/?le1kt6wb3tjkzz2
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Re: pad stab sound

Postby tpc_uk » Sun Apr 21, 2013 9:03 pm

hi, its basically a chord with a long release and glide/portamento to slide between the different keys. the oscillators are probably saw waves.

easy to do in ableton with the chord midi plug. choose the 'house to go preset' & apply the portamento/glide/legato (its called different things in different plugs etc). If the sound is not rich enough you could use a bus to mix in some chorus or add/detune the oscillators in the synth etc.

you could also sample a chord and apply portamento in a sampler - which will give it a slightly different vibe when it hits that higher note/s at the end of the sound you posted.
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Re: pad stab sound

Postby lrodri » Sun Jun 16, 2013 6:03 am

I've been looking for this kind of techniques for ages!! Any other tips you might want to add on the pad/stab synth?
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