Another experiment with rapidly speeding up LFOs—this time with more high-frequency content.
Categories: ambient, LFO
Like a string section except made up of square waves.
Categories: strings, square
Pretend the Juno has a mono mode for this lead. Use the LFO trigger to bring in vibrato on longer notes.
Categories: lead, mono
Clean synth bass with a closing envelope on the filter and a touch of resonance.
Categories: bass, resonance
Glide down in pitch gradually in a spacey transitioner effect.
Categories: sound effect, transition
Use the mod wheel to speed up the LFO just into the audio range, then back it off to expose the base tone.
Categories: LFO, panning
Slight vowel sound from two synced square waves.
Categories: bass, bright, fuzz, vowel
Bigger than life patch for chords, bass, really anything that needs to be bigger.
Categories: lead, bass, bright
A mellow, almost flute-like lead tone. Use the mod wheel to bring in a touch of vibrato for a human feel.
Categories: lead, square
Toms and low kick drum sounds for the Casio CZ
Excited and dark at the same time. Useful for punchy and sustained chords.
Categories: dark, resonance
Short and slightly stabby great for accent chords.
Why does every one want a fat bass? Who knows. Here’s a thin one.
Inspired by the syncopated chords in “Time To Get Away” by LCD Soundsystem.
Categories: chord, resonance
Thick, fuzzy bass tone for when you really want that bass to pop.
Categories: bass, mono, distorted
From the podcast, here is an example using oscillator sync to tweak the harmonic content of the patch.
Starts out with a harp-like pluck, then sustained with a synthy tone.
Categories: lead, plucked
Unrealistic combination of waves creates a string-like sound with a metallic ring.
Wah-like bass with some sizzle at the front of each note.
Noise and computery sci-fi sound reminiscent of a space quest.
Categories: sound effect, noise