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Favorite Synth Sounds
 

offline The_Funkmaster from St. John's (Canada) on 2002-03-03 21:06 [#00110139]
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What songs have the best sounding synths to you? I love
Corsair by BoC... it has such great personality... Also, I
love the synths used on I Care Because You Do... Acrid Avid
Jam Shred, Start as You Mean to go On, and Alberto Balsalm
especially...


 

offline wayout from the street of crocodiles on 2002-03-03 21:16 [#00110158]
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i like it when synths sound a bit like voices...like on
µ-ziq's scaling...that little background synth that goes
'oooh ooh ooooh'
i also like the synths on µ-ziq's goodbye goodbye,
squarepusher's theme from earnest borgnine, psultan, beep
street, the little bit towards the beginng of squarepusher
theme
also boc's an eagle in your mind
and a lot of the synth sounds on SAW1 and 2


 

offline AMinal from Toronto (Canada) on 2002-03-03 21:18 [#00110161]
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lots of boc's synths...


 

offline Toxic Bass PJ from Birmingham (United Kingdom) on 2002-03-03 21:27 [#00110170]
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spicy pitch bends :)


 

offline corngrower from the fertile grounds of Iowa, w (United States) on 2002-03-03 21:57 [#00110211]
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Lots of the early aphex stuff, like Saw 85-92 had some nice
old school synths, like in xtal and ageispolis


 

offline aron from saskatoon (Canada) on 2002-03-03 22:05 [#00110214]
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rhubarb.
tons of boc stuff.
journey inwards and soem other stuff by ltj bukem.

there's prolly more that io can't htink of right now
though.;


 

offline Ophecks from Nova Scotia (Canada) on 2002-03-03 23:07 [#00110256]
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I love the brittle synth he uses on CockVer10... reminds me
of some machine choking out some sick sounds, I don't
know... it's just strange. I also LOVE the synths on Alberto
Balsalm, Flim and IZ-US.


 

offline Laserbeak from Netherlands, The on 2002-03-03 23:22 [#00110264]
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Nav Katze: Ziggy(Aphex Twin Remix)
Polygon Window: Polygon Window
Fingerbib


 

offline Phresch from fucking Trondheim (Norway) on 2002-03-03 23:24 [#00110266]
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my favourite synth sounds are the ones that i make myself,
'cause i know exactly what i get.


 

offline Monoid from one source all things depend on 2002-03-03 23:41 [#00110281]
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Theres that PAD prest in FM7 I really like....I like PAD
sounds.....


 

offline Phresch from fucking Trondheim (Norway) on 2002-03-03 23:48 [#00110286]
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me too. love pads.


 

offline Laserbeak from Netherlands, The on 2002-03-04 00:37 [#00110297]
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If you like pads check out the Korg Wavestation, it's the
ultimate padmachine IMHO


 

offline Quoth from Sweden on 2002-03-04 00:41 [#00110300]
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Favorite Song By Artist that incorporates my favorites
sounding synth from them/him/her:

Aphex Twin: Peek 824545201
Autechre: Eggshell
Boards Of Canada: Turquoise Hexagon Sun
Bjork: Hidden Place
Radiohead: In Limbo
Squarepusher: Go! Spastic
Nobukazu Takemura: Let My Fish Loose (Aphex Twin Remix)


 

offline OK on 2002-03-04 07:50 [#00110529]
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in limbo? that doesn't use any synth thing.. just bass
guitar drums and voice


 

offline eXXailon from purgatory on 2002-03-04 07:59 [#00110536]
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Very-bright-fantasy-synth-strings-kind-of-things.

Autechre: Teartear, Kalpol Intro, Eggshell, Eutow

Aphex Twin: Fingerbib, Xtal, Heliosphan, Hedphelym (this
song is great)

and much, much more......


 

offline nanotech from Sukavasti Amitaba Pureland (United States) on 2002-03-04 08:09 [#00110544]
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I perfer modular synthesis. knobs, knobs, and more knobs. I
especially like RDJ's approach on the concept. The "one-two"
opening base line on the original "On" is so sweet. I sugest
anyone whose interested check out the track "Front" on
"Trace" (the whole abulm is pretty phat) by Gridlock
(Metroplois records).

I despise pads, it's mostly holding down a few keys, and
letting the keyboard do the work. I've yet to find many
artists to use it in a diffrent way than a harmony layer
over the track.


 

offline tommo from Perth (Australia) on 2002-03-04 08:45 [#00110564]
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I love the strings in Boy/girl song, and I think the drum
effects accompany them in a weird
perfect-because-it-sounds-completely-different sort of way.
But those strings are probably one of my fave effects.


 

offline tommo from Perth (Australia) on 2002-03-04 08:46 [#00110566]
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Oh, and also the little synth melody in Acrid Avid Jam Shred
and everything in Pancake Lizard.

:)


 

offline WooferAttack from Milano (Italy) on 2002-03-04 09:00 [#00110573]
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I love the synth sounds of Arched Maid Via RDJ, Vorshosbn,
etc...


 

offline illfates from space (United States) on 2002-03-04 09:06 [#00110577]
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i'm extremely partial to the lowpassed bell (i think they're
squares) that BoC seems so fond of.. I'm also a big fan of
high frequency synth would quick but non-repetitive
modulation of different aspects.... Anything that makes one
tone sound like it's going somewhere or doing something
without ever leaving pitch pleases me.


 

offline nanotech from Sukavasti Amitaba Pureland (United States) on 2019-06-07 11:12 [#02579608]
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bump


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2019-06-08 15:31 [#02579699]
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- pwm and chorus on a juno
- all the things you can do with an sh101


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2019-06-09 19:05 [#02579730]
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donk
has like FACT or vice or whatever one does articles on 'the
history of important sounds' type thing done one on the
donk?
It's almost as good as the rotterdam termination source
'poing' jews harp, which i stumbled across with three peak
EQs and a pulse osc the other day.
Not enough jews harp in the top 40 for quite a while


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2019-06-09 19:06 [#02579732]
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nah it was saw, thinking about it


 


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