Sopransax Split
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Three samples I played on my Sopranosax split across the Keyboard with some overlapping notes. Channel A carries a sample of the lowest note on the Soprano in normal Sample mode. It is run through a Waveshaper and then fed into a Cloudfilter. Filter Frequency is controlled by a looped envelope slowly sweeping through the formants spectrum. Channel B carries a looped sequence in Granular mode, panning controlled by a looped envelope. Sample Playhead position/speed is controlled by an envelope. You can change the speed of the sequence with the assigned Macro. The sequence is then processed by a LPF 8 pole Filter, Cutoff controlled by a slow LFO. After that a Ringmodulator with a LFO-morphed wave processes the signal, control the Ringmod Balance with the assigned Macro. Channel C carries a lyrical phrase, the identical notes of the sequence used in Channel B played slowly. This is also processed by a LPF 8 Pole filter controlled Keyboard follow. A Ringmodulator can be activated with the assigned Macro. A LFO-controlled Cloudfilter in the Master section tuned down an ovtave can be added with the assigned Macro. After that a Supercomb Filter can add nice saturation/distortion to the sound, control it's Balance with the assigned Macro. A Multitap Delay adds long delays, control FX amount, Feedback amount and Delay time with the assigned Macros. Check the LFO and Macro page for further Modulation sources and targets.
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