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by PulseAngel; Fri Nov 07, 2008 10:26 am
Caysi wrote:RunBeerRun wrote:What's the price range? Angstkiller is made with Synthedit, maybe fruity loops can't run it because of that.
doubt it. se plugins work fine here.
Ditto here in FL studio with SE Plugz, almost never have a problem.
by Sewn; Fri Nov 07, 2008 6:28 pm
by classic; Sat Nov 08, 2008 4:03 am
setAI wrote:Motion 2.8 for sequenced EBM/electro phrases
vurtbox for harsh and caustic pads/leads
HG Fortune LPM for old-school industrial rhythms
mangle everything with Darkware Glitch plugs
The HGF thing, never heard about this one.
Can you tell me where to get it?
by Kriminal; Sat Nov 08, 2008 5:50 am
Sewn wrote:I almost forgot this. Try the vst Renegade by G sonique. There is a link on here. This is probaly the best preset based vst synth for industria/ebm basslines. If your not a master programmer this is a good place to start. So is the drum machine microtonic. Lots of hard drum sounds found in microtonic. Both of these synths are affordable for most consumers.
Renegade is most effective in the following music styles: Trance, Dance, Drum and Bass, Breakbeat, Electro, EBM, Tek House, Psytrance, Goa and many more. It includes more than 130 presets in Bass, Classic, Leads, Drum and Bass and Psytrance styles.
i just dont get how a synth can be specific to just those styles/genres..
EBM/Industrial sounds are pretty basic as a rule, any VA is up to the job, you just need to learn your craft...and careful use of FX
by SadPuppyBlues; Sat Nov 08, 2008 9:52 am
Kriminal wrote:EBM/Industrial sounds are pretty basic as a rule, any VA is up to the job, you just need to learn your craft...and careful use of FX
I have to nitpick here. EBM and Industrial really aren't interchangeable. One is primarily just dance music, the other is a little bit harsher and nastier than that, and might get faster results than with just any VA.
by deastman; Sat Nov 08, 2008 10:16 am
Personally, I find my eurorack modular to be the greatest thing since sliced bread when it comes to creating aggressive noises... total freedom to patch between external sources, oscillators, filters, waveshapers, wave multipliers, frequency shifters, ring modulators, bbd delays, you name it. But of course, you're looking for a software solution here.
A few years ago I created a free, fairly noisy feedback synth in synthedit, called "Instability". I no longer have it hosted anywhere, but someone did post a link to it in the thread about old, forgotten VSTis. You can find it there if you're interested. Very useful for percussion sounds and noisy drones.
Edit: Here's the thread... http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=3311286