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Fusion Labs - Season 01 Episode 06

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Postby Double-T » 25 May 2011, 14:12

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Postby Pavilon » 25 May 2011, 14:26

Oh, nice to see, how easy it is.
Too much reverb echo and delay, but... not bad =)
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Postby Piro » 25 May 2011, 14:39

damn he works very fast :O
great sound btw _O_
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Postby Marcotjuh » 25 May 2011, 17:41

kinda strange way of making such screech though,
you could also just use lfo2 with -48 semitones to > 48 semitones. Then sample it, reverse it and timestretch it.

But yeah really nice tut :)
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Postby Prefix » 25 May 2011, 19:05

Nice tut, i think the best one so far. :)
Really innovative way to create a screech.

Great job Pollen!
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Postby The Hown » 25 May 2011, 19:21

could be cool
but I will never do it this way :P
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Postby DAP » 28 May 2011, 02:51

He is a pure genius.

strange way to make screechs, indeed... but really new for me :)
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Postby Double-T » 28 May 2011, 09:49

Exellent tutorial, can't believe he made a screech in like 7 minutes :o
That guy is really exellent.
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Postby SpiRiT` » 28 May 2011, 12:43

Awesome :) Never thought of doing it this way :O
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Postby DAP » 28 May 2011, 16:42

http://www20.zippyshare.com/v/94929495/file.html

my try, for distortion i used ohmicide, so, some things will be different.
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Postby Black-Out » 29 May 2011, 15:45

What's the program Michel is working with? :)
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Postby thesh3ll » 29 May 2011, 16:08

Black-Out:What's the program Michel is working with? :)


i think sony acid pro and cubase
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Postby Stereowasterz » 05 Aug 2011, 00:41

That was...interesting. Never thought of doing it that way, but I think I'll just stick with Sylenth1.
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Postby greatART » 05 Aug 2011, 17:50

Yeah thats interesting, but i dont think that it is the easy way to make it :D
I never seen this technique befor ^^
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Postby D-Rian » 13 Aug 2011, 01:58

Imo it's a great way to make a screech, because you only have the basic frequency of the played note and its multiples in it and not also everything in between. So if you play this screech on a G, every frequency is a multiple of G, which could be an advantage if you want a screech absolutely tuned to your bassline key or so.

When using an LFO this LFO would also glide over an A,..., C ... and so on ... i hope you know what i mean :D
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