Just like the Tuned RingMod I posted earlier, here’s a DSP chain that maps note pitch to filter frequency.
- C-4 = 261.63Hz
- A-4 = 440Hz
- A-5 = 880Hz
DSP chain: dblue-tuned-filter.xrnt
Tip: If you want to invert it, simply swap the Dest Min and Dest Max values of the Key-Tracking Device. You can also tweak the scaling this way.
Forgot to mention earlier this reminds me a lot of the VSTi Chimera. Put a noise generator before the chain, set the filter to 4n butterworth Bandpass as narrow as possible and you have a noise-synth. I adore that sound. There’s nothing like it. Windy, ghostly and haunting sounds, especially when you start modulating and morphing things.
Thanks , this makes dense mixes much much faster to manage.
oh, you stole this from me. i was doing this on a commodore pet in 1926!
CHEERS, GONNA PLAY WITH THIS INBETWEEN STUDYING!!
(doh, capslock on)
This is great for cleaning up the aliasing/bottom-end rumble from heavily FX’d synths. Chuck the filter on HP/8-stage Butterworth and make sure your sample/synth is tuned to the right octave. Nom nom nom cleeeeeean.
This is awesome dBlue! cheers!
Must’ve been a pain in the brain to get all those values.
A bit of white noise and you’ve got perfect ‘Being Boiled’ drums
This is similar to what I do in Wolpertinger, a VSTi for Linux.
OT: What other song is it I have heard with that same chord progression in the chorus? Sounds almost exactly like the same, just with an added vocal choir that go, “Ahhhhhhh- aaaaaahh”
Dude, you stole that from me, I was doing this back in 1903 with cowbells and homemade resonance chambers.
Native tuned delay lines would be real nice.
I am very much behind the times. Of course this exists.