Man, I’d like to see the xrns for this. At about 2:43 those lofi mat swells(i think that’s what it is) sound great man. Well done! You using a lot of signal followers? It’s unpredictable in a good way
Thanks! Actually i’m not using either lofimat or signal followers, the “swells” are simple PWM tricks and i have released the instruments making them in the download section under the name “Retrochip”.
Instead of a signal follower i used a custom key triggered envelope (downloads/fx-chains). The track is quite messy and has a couple of vst’s, but i’ll see if i can clean it up a bit and upload it later.
I didn’t want to upload it to the Downloads section because it’s quite messy and unconventionally akward. So…good luck with that!
It all happens in 2 tracks, one Control track and a slave track. The control track has a key triggered envelope that controls the gain of the slave track. I use pattern commands to set the speed of the envelope, so that whenever a key is played in the control track, then the slave track will change the length of time it plays before gain is dropped.
This is highly experimental for me and i usually wouldn’t mix and compose like this, but whatever floats your boat.