MATRIXSYNTH: Prophet 12 Filter and Glide Effects

Thursday, August 03, 2017

Prophet 12 Filter and Glide Effects


Sacred Synthesis
Published on Aug 3, 2017

"This very short piece demonstrates two patches. The first imitates a stereo filter by using two layers stacked, panned, and with slightly different cut off frequency settings. It uses the low pass and high pass filters, as well as resonance. This is how you make an expensive synthesizer sound like a frog in a pond. Nothing but the most important sound design techniques here.

In the second patch, the filter is thrown wide open, the resonance is eliminated, and polyphonic glide is added for dramatic effect on both ends of the keyboard.

In the entire demonstration, only six voices are used. Both patches use four oscillators of pulse width modulation. All music, including the bass, was played on the Prophet 12 Keyboard. No pedalboard was used.

Instrumentation:
DSI Prophet 12 Keyboard

Effects:
Lexicon MX300 for reverb

Performed live and recorded directly to a Tascam CD-RW900 Mk II

ALL MUSIC PROPERTY OF SACRED SYNTHESIS 2017"

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