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Vokalyst

Postby Umcorps » Sun Jun 26, 2011 12:08 pm

http://t.co/ZVvgSCV


Giving the synth a bit of a workout with some Sunday morning motorik.


A couple of rather intensive patches involved so some mobile devices might struggle (not sure about that as I haven't tested it off the desktop).

If you want to poke around under the hood, the two bass voices both contain examples of how to patch parallel filters in Partikl.
Most of the drum parts show how to combine oscillators to mix wavetable and synthesised voices in a single patch.

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Alternatively, a very different remix, taking just the "guitar" elements from this mix and making something more suitable for a hot, late afternoon in summer.

http://t.co/7syjQCX

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Re: Vokalyst

Postby imtim » Sun Jun 26, 2011 8:53 pm

Thanks for posting there Mark. I love the ambient one, an the sounds are exquisite - well done!

I did a little remix of your beat based one, where I tweaked some of the drum sounds: here that is:
http://mixtikl.com/?mtk3UEsDBBQAAAAIAAA ... ABNBwAAAAA

NB: A little tip for forum posting: you do not first need to URL shorten your mixtikl! Simply paste in the entire unshortened mixtikl into your post and it will work as a link and only the first few characters are displayed. It is not true URL shortening, but it works fine!

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Re: Vokalyst

Postby dobara » Thu Oct 25, 2012 5:45 am

If you want to poke around under the hood, the two bass voices both contain examples of how to patch parallel filters in Partikl.

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Re: Vokalyst

Postby amcpherson » Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:30 pm

Thanks for the mix, this was awesome. I'm just learning my way around the program, and it's great to see examples of what others have done.


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