MATRIXSYNTH: Quick Tip: "Analog" Style Noise Snares on a Sampler Tutorial

Friday, September 04, 2020

Quick Tip: "Analog" Style Noise Snares on a Sampler Tutorial


Perfect Circuit

"This Quick Tip shows how to use a sampler to make a noise burst snare that is a little bit different every time it is triggered. First you need a sample that is a minute or so long of either white noise or something a little more interesting like radio static or the output a noisy synth like the JMT NF-2 that we used in this video. Then load up the noise sample onto a pad of your sampler. Use a stepped random LFO or sample & hold that is triggered every time the sample is triggered. Set the LFO to modulate the start point of the sample. Adjust the attack and decay time or add a filter and effects to soften up the harshness of the noise sound.

Digitakt available here: https://www.perfectcircuit.com/elektr...

NF-2 available here: https://www.perfectcircuit.com/jmt-sy..."

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