December 1st, 2014
The vibrato on your alien synth patch is outstanding, it adds a sort of resonance beam feel to it. Well done
I really like the variety of sounds you get from the percussive patch. You did a really great job keeping the sound punchy and percussive without it being too loud or unappealing sounding.
I agree that the flow in your smooth patch is really great! I feel no punch or click when you start playing new notes at all. The sound does still feel a little bit percussive to me, but you said you started with a saxophone, which definitely sounds like that normally. You did a really good job getting the grating sax resonances out to make the sound smooth.
I agree with Brian, the vibrato on your alien synth patch is amazing! It definitely gives you the feeling of being abducted. I really like that, even with the vibrato, the new notes that you add don't sound punchy and off-putting at all.
Good work: one question, the sounds from what you started were original patches from the Retro Synth? It seems by your text that you opened other software instruments and then modified them with the Retro Synth, please explain
Your percussive sound is very drum-like, which is actually kinda cool. I like the effect after the note is hit - I always ran into weird sounds and in the end just decided to clip them, but your aftereffect is exactly what I think it should sound like! I wonder if all of the sounds in that were the percussion patch? If so, that is actually really cool, and I'm glad to hear it!
@Jorge Sastre Only for the alien sound, I used extra mixer EXS24 to make an instrument out of water sound, and then played some music using that instrument. After I got the music, I used RetroSyn to mix it. For the smooth and percussion patches, I just used the instrument in the original logix pro library.
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