Design A Melbourne Bounce Lead in Sylenth
In this tutorial, Echo Sound Works shows you how to make a Melbourne Bounce lead in Sylenth. It’s a quick and easy sound to make!
Sylenth has a few unique waveforms. I know it’s mainly viewed as a VA soft synth, but it comes equipped with some more interesting waveforms than analog synths of yesteryear.
The QPulse waveform in particular, is a good choice for making a Melbourne Bounce lead in Sylenth. It has a slight vocal quality that is a little bit nasally. So it is perfect for Melbourne.
This sound only used one oscillator generating an actual tone. The second oscillator is acting as a noise generator.
The effects can really bring a Melbourne Bounce lead in Sylenth together. The Phaser is capable of creating and accentuating the nasal quality of the sound. The distortion effects can really help warm up the top end.
Check out the video to hear the Melbourne Bounce lead in Sylenth!
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