Gearslutz

Gearslutz (https://www.gearslutz.com/board/)
-   Rap + Hip Hop Engineering and Production (https://www.gearslutz.com/board/rap-hip-hop-engineering-and-production/)
-   -   How do I make this sound? (https://www.gearslutz.com/board/rap-hip-hop-engineering-and-production/1258562-how-do-i-make-sound.html)

lofisohigh 2nd April 2019 11:39 AM

How do I make this sound?
 
It starts at 0:26

YouTube

atma 3rd April 2019 03:48 AM

It's a "tonewheel" organ, with fairly fast tremolo (or possibly just the "Leslie cabinet" modulating quickly, albeit in mono [generally speaking, the Leslie cabinet on an organ such as this pans back and forth—but if used in mono, it will simply sound like a tremolo effect]).

Arturia makes some decent tonewheel organs, but also the GSi VB3 is a fantastic emulation, and I believe it comes with an independent Leslie emulation VST effect as well.

dope track, by the way!

peace & good luck.

lofisohigh 3rd April 2019 04:17 AM

Thank you!

Love finding old stuff like this (although the view count suggests I certainly didn't find it). I will give this a shot.

Quote:

Originally Posted by atma (Post 13902289)
It's a "tonewheel" organ, with fairly fast tremolo (or possibly just the "Leslie cabinet" modulating quickly, albeit in mono [generally speaking, the Leslie cabinet on an organ such as this pans back and forth—but if used in mono, it will simply sound like a tremolo effect]).

Arturia makes some decent tonewheel organs, but also the GSi VB3 is a fantastic emulation, and I believe it comes with an independent Leslie emulation VST effect as well.

dope track, by the way!

peace & good luck.


atma 3rd April 2019 05:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lofisohigh (Post 13902313)
Thank you!

Love finding old stuff like this (although the view count suggests I certainly didn't find it). I will give this a shot.

Yeah, absolutely—I love finding obscure old records that inspire me to try or do new things! That's really what creativity is all about; assimilating disparate influences and combining and recontextualizing them into something new.

lofisohigh 3rd April 2019 06:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by atma (Post 13902379)
Yeah, absolutely—I love finding obscure old records that inspire me to try or do new things! That's really what creativity is all about; assimilating disparate influences and combining and recontextualizing them into something new.

Couldn't have said it better myself!