MATRIXSYNTH: JD-XA Sound Design: Filter 3

Monday, February 05, 2018

JD-XA Sound Design: Filter 3


Published on Feb 5, 2018 Stochastic Design

"The analog filter #3 is arguably one of the quirky aspects of the Roland JD-XA that makes it stand out, from a sonic standpoint.

In this video, we explore the chaotic - indeed STOCHASTIC - nature of filter 3, and give a few examples on how a touch of resonance can instantly create an organic sound that can move between screeching and gentle bubbling, or just add a bit of useful noise backdrop to your patch."

1 comment:

  1. That's obviously better for FX sounds than playing music. More possibilities than less. I wonder why so many disregard or even hate the JD-XA.

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