[PD] dub chords in Pd
felix at amphibiousthoughts.com
Fri Oct 29 01:41:57 CEST 2010
i recall one simple way to create that effect was to use a delay as send effect and then route its output to one channel of the mixer where you could then apply the send effect, creating a loop. the delay then could go on almost forever, and be manipulated using the eq of the channel. i spent quite some time (and dope) with this back then ;-)
Am 28.10.2010 um 12:02 schrieb Roman Haefeli:
> On Thu, 2010-10-28 at 10:16 +0100, 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,
> I _love_ Rhythm&Sound. His tracks are mastered in way that really
> deserves the term "mastering".
> There is very much in it which makes the chords sound dubby. Many
> combinations of effect chains are competing with each other. I even
> think that many of the different chords are actually the same sound
> source passed through different fx chains.
> there is stuff like:
> source dry
> source -> delay
> source -> tape delay with frequency modulated
> source -> reverb
> source -> delay -> reverb
> source -> delay -> phaser
> I wouldn't be surprised if within some of those chains even dynamic
> compressors were inserted.
> I think organ-like sounds are a good start for a source, but filtered
> phasor chords most certainly will do well either.
> I made some tracks done with the netpd instruments/effects trying to go
> into a similar techno dub oriented direction:
> The chords/fx parts are mainly done with:
> instruments: oxygen
> fx: rfxlib (mainly rodel and rphase), dynlib (dynamic processing
> The Mixer patch mx lets you create complex chains of fx, which I find is
> crucial for trying those dubby sounds.
>> From: brandon zeeb <zeeb.brandon at gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: [PD] dub chords in Pd
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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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