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Dubstep in Retrologue

Post by RecordForHim » Mon Oct 19, 2015 8:53 pm

Can Retrologue be used to make really good dubstep bass wobbles? So far, I have acceptable wobbles, but it seems that synths like Massive can just generate better sound, perhaps because they have more types of waveforms to choose from. Just how capable is Retrologue for this genre?
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Re: Dubstep in Retrologue

Post by Stet » Sat Oct 24, 2015 7:53 pm

http://youtu.be/R_f_5MP2Pg8
Steinberg have a video how to.

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Re: Dubstep in Retrologue

Post by Niles » Sun Nov 15, 2015 2:45 pm

Something that's really missing to create groovy, less static LFO's transitions with Retrologue is a LFO retrigger function when sync is disabled. Fortunately it's present in Halion 5 which uses an extensive version of Retrologue's synth engine.

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Re: Dubstep in Retrologue

Post by Niles » Fri Jan 29, 2016 3:51 pm

Niles wrote:Something that's really missing to create groovy, less static LFO's transitions with Retrologue is a LFO retrigger function when sync is disabled. Fortunately it's present in Halion 5 which uses an extensive version of Retrologue's synth engine.
And now retrigger is present in Retrologue 2 also 8-)

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