MATRIXSYNTH: Noise Engineering Blog: Supersync patch with LIP

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Noise Engineering Blog: Supersync patch with LIP


Noise Engineering

"From the blog: https://www.noiseengineering.us/blog/...
Even with alllll the different types of synthesis and sound generation techniques there are today, I always fall back on dual-saw sync basses as a bit of a staple. And wouldn’t you know it, LIP can make a pretty solid emulation of one! This one’s easy to patch up; we don’t even have to tune it too carefully. Just follow the patch shown in the blog post linked above, and then adjust Oscillator B’s pitch to taste. A lot of the tone comes from the relationship between oscillator B’s pitch relative to oscillator A, so it’s also a great modulation destination in your patches, too.

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