Favorite tricks tricks to do with a Korg MonoPoly?
Reverse Filter envelope:
Filter envelope to 9 o'clock, filter attack to 4, decay to 8, sustain to 0, release to 0.
"Doowaaah doowaah doowaah!"
Bass line to 'Owl Stretching Time' done like that. Classic MonoPoly sound.
Also, same filter env in conjunction with a minor 9th chord in chord memory, PWM oscillators detuned. Instant '80s funk. That sound is all over 'Fairchildren', most obviously on 'Hello, My Name Is...'
Also, synced pulse wave oscillators with x-mod and osc1 modulating the VCF at audio rates [mine has been modified] which is how I did the ringing metallic, digital melody sound right at the end of 'Unit Delta Plus' - the last sound you hear.
Gradually increasing PWM and mixing in all four oscillators over time to gradually thicken lead sounds. That is the portamento lead sound on the first half of 'Harwell Dekatron'
I love my MonoPoly.
Lexicon rep here. I remember you saying at some point you may of had a 224. What other lexicon / dbx units have you used.
As far as mixing / mastering goes are there any books / tutorials you would recommend past the point of just doing it? I do see my skills increase the more I produce :) just need to touch a bit more technical side.
Any possible chance of getting a Utah date? I know you are keen to steer clear buuuut We love you here and there is quiet an underground scene here being neglected by anything thats not brostep. I know you have had beef in past but we've changed :D
Is there a synth out there under 500 that you would recommend? Looking at a bass station 2 currentlyOtt responded on 04/05/2017