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GuyBorlander
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How to recreate this wet Lazer type sound on this track?

Mon Feb 01, 2021 3:57 am



The sound right at the beginning, Thanks guys.
 
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Re: How to recreate this wet Lazer type sound on this track?

Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:18 am

Wow that's a tough one to synthesize, you may as well try to find a sample that sounds similar.

If you want a hand at synthesizing something similar I would first try to find a static synth sound that sounds similar to the end of the note. Then route an envelope to the cutoff of a filter, like a Peak or Band Pass filter that has the resonance turned way up to make the cutoff drop down rapidly with every note played.

Then the whole thing should be run through a drastic "telephone" EQ to remove most of the low and high frequency and give it that mid-rangey lofi quality.

But you're going to have to spend some time and experimentation to get it right.

PS: I really like that track! :D
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Re: How to recreate this wet Lazer type sound on this track?

Wed Feb 10, 2021 12:19 pm

wow great reply I tried some of these techniques thank you.

I also realised how to basically recreate this exact sound, its do to with a rapid arpeggio, super short delay / reverb and a super short release time (this works on almost any soft synth / hardware.