What kind of lead is this

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What kind of lead is this

Postby MagnaDrake » 13 Mar 2013 09:52



It fades in at around 0:32 then enters clearly at 0:44. Its flangered/phased so Im not quite sure what it is. Some help pointing it out and how to recreate it would be appreciated.
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby cyrricky » 13 Mar 2013 17:34

Sounds like a supersaw with the attack and release pushed up a bit. Maybe a little bit of a filter envelope.
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby Lavender_Harmony » 13 Mar 2013 17:39

We call that a guitar.
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby MagnaDrake » 13 Mar 2013 21:09

Lavender_Harmony wrote:We call that a guitar.

Its a guitar?
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby GumsOfGabby » 14 Mar 2013 00:02

Plain saw wave with flanger. If you're on Massive, use "flanger negative" and a phaser if you like. Play maj/min 3rds and perfect 4ths and boost the mids (or cut lows and highs) to get something similar to the sound in the video.
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby MagnaDrake » 14 Mar 2013 01:08

GumsOfGabby wrote:Plain saw wave with flanger. If you're on Massive, use "flanger negative" and a phaser if you like. Play maj/min 3rds and perfect 4ths and boost the mids (or cut lows and highs) to get something similar to the sound in the video.


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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby Lavender_Harmony » 14 Mar 2013 01:39

See I'm hearing the supersaw-like thing, but thats not the lead, as far as I can tell. Thats the pad. The lead sound with the thick flanger is an electric guitar, played mostly clean...
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby Random111223 » 14 Mar 2013 03:34

Definetly a processed guitar sample, it's layered with some kinda lead/pad like lav said

I'm pretty sure it's a sample. I've heard that exact sound alot. I bet you could find it somewhere.
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby HMage » 14 Mar 2013 09:49

The mid is guitar. The low is a simple VA synth.
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby ph00tbag » 15 Mar 2013 22:31

Looks like an impossible to revert, then he pushes mongo for a bit (weird), then he does a nollie nosegrind nollieflip on the ledge.
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Re: What kind of lead is this

Postby Lavender_Harmony » 16 Mar 2013 09:59

ph00tbag wrote:Looks like an impossible to revert, then he pushes mongo for a bit (weird), then he does a nollie nosegrind nollieflip on the ledge.


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