Author Topic: Cormak - Meraki LFO Sound  (Read 1130 times)

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Cormak - Meraki LFO Sound
« on: May 12, 2016, 03:54:59 am »
Trying to re-create this sound in Cormak's song, it plays from 3:16 - 3:18 and then again at 3:25 - 3:27. Link below

https://soundcloud.com/cormakmusic/cormak-meraki

My first thought was that it could probably be done with something like LFOtool, but I'd love to hear others' perspective on what methods he could've used.
Any insight appreciated, thank you!

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Re: Cormak - Meraki LFO Sound
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2016, 11:23:32 am »
This is pretty much a complete guess, but it might have been done with something like dblue glitch? Perhaps the gater effect? It would make sense since a lot of the other elements of that chorus seem to have dblue glitch effects too (like tapestop and perhaps shuffler too). If you want a similar-ish effect, definitely try it out

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Re: Cormak - Meraki LFO Sound
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2016, 10:27:03 am »
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Re: Cormak - Meraki LFO Sound
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2016, 05:56:52 pm »
Sounds like a lowpass filter using an LFO with speed decreasing over time to control the cutoff. Also sounds like the LFO's waveform morphs from Sawtooth to Triangle as it slows down.