[PD] dub chords in Pd
noise.now at gmail.com
Thu Oct 28 11:31:02 CEST 2010
every reggae music mix since Lee Perry has been using this type of sound. I used a cheapo yamaha portasound in the early 80s to do that, plus a fat phasor effect on it. then there's a short delay on it as well with a different EQ setting.
if you want to create a phasor effect in pd you either create a very short delay or (I think better) a bank of notch filters, either boost or cut. with a metro you can then slide through the frequencies with range and speed of your liking.
On Oct 28, 2010, at 5:16 PM, Marco Donnarumma wrote:
> Yes, check this:
> well, the whole tune, specially at 3' 05"
> so those are the dub chords I'm talking about :P
> Sorry for not specifying before,
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> There are many ways to peel that apple, can you post an example of something
> similar to what you're aiming for?
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