Re: One Synth Challenge V - The Filter Strikes Back!
Posted: Mon Nov 30, 2020 6:34 pm
As Eddy has said he didn't use the Hydrasynth, I'm going with the MatrixBrute
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IAA wrote:Track 9 - Those strings and that vocal patch make me think it could be a VC340 clone?
IAA wrote:Track 13 - Can’t comment but Desmond nailed the VST!!! I’d little realised how limited it truly was back in the day
IAA wrote:Track 5 -Chiptune - what a riff!! - reminded me of ghostbusters! - that sync sound sounds good - but I’d say it was VA - and Desmond?
BJG145 wrote:Track 10 is neat. I'm wondering if it might be Desmond or Eddy.
Eddy Deegan wrote:At this point I've been called out enough that it seems daft to play coy - I am track 12, well done folks :-) :clap:
Track 12 - arpeg. prophet 5 again? (analogue) big. actually huge. Eddy?
desmond wrote:Eddy Deegan wrote:At this point I've been called out enough that it seems daft to play coy - I am track 12, well done folks :-) :clap:
I wrote that in my initial notes (which I'm currently updating for posting):Track 12 - arpeg. prophet 5 again? (analogue) big. actually huge. Eddy?
Monster track - well done! :clap:
Eddy Deegan wrote:Thanks Desmond... not a Prophet 5 either. Also, no arpeggiators were used, it's all played by hand although I did tweak a few timings here and there after the fact ;)
What! You're a developer and didn't think of writing a python script to synthesize a 13 sided dice?Rich Hanson wrote:I was thinking of throwing a dice to guess at Eddy's synth, but they don't make them with enough sides :think: