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Echo Sound Works shows you how to make clean up multiple oscillator sounds using pitch...

Sylenth Tutorials

Get Clearer Sounds With Pitch Modulation in Sylenth

Echo Sound Works shows you how to make clean up multiple oscillator sounds using pitch modulation in Sylenth.

Any sound that is made up of 4 oscillators can lose clarity. Applying pitch modulation in Sylenth is a great way to do this make a thick sound a little bit clearer sounding.

Besides using the MIX sliders to adjust the overall volume of PART A or PART B, you can apply negative or positive pitch modulation in Sylenth to create a nice level of separation and clarity.

The most important thing to remember when doing this is to decide which section of the sound, PART A or PART B, is most important. This will help determine what polarity of modulation you apply to the sound. Either negative or positive.

Check out the tutorial to hear how pitch modulation in Sylenth can make multiple oscillator sounds clearer!

Cheers

Echo Sound Works

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