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The Sound Designers of KVR Thread

How to make that sound...

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Postby tconrardy; Sat Jun 18, 2005 7:58 am

Now I know several SD's have not posted here: Daniel, the main sound designer for Big Tick's Rhino..and heck..Big Tick himself!

Also: Teksonic, who has created wonderful stuff for a lot of FM synths and WusikStation and more..( but would like to know more)!

How about Scott Solida?

Com'on SD's...show yourselves!!

TC
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17065 posts since 11 Jun, 2001, from Wusik Dot Com
 

Postby WilliamK; Sat Jun 18, 2005 8:21 am

1. State name

WilliamK

2. What synths you have worked on.

TX81Z, CZ1000, Juno106, MemoryMoog, Jupiter8, Delta, TS10, X5, D110, Wavestation AD+SR and the rest are mostly computer stuff. ;-)

3.What developers you have worked for

Some old Tracker guys, the creators of the AXS first virtual synth, after mostly NI once I got my Reaktor copy from them and did the InHumanLogic synth for the Premium-Library. :P

4.Any web referances

Just www.Wusik.com :hihi:

5.Preffered synthisis method (if any)

Hybrid, like Samples with filters...

6.Any other comments about your work you would like to present.

I remember some old Keyboard magazines where they would have pages of PATCHES for synths. :shock:

I also worked with some samples for my first Internet work called X-Samples, sold via KAGI.COM - latter I started daReaktorion, the first site to sell Reaktor ensembles.

7.Contact info

williamk@wusik.com
www.Wusik.com
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KVRAF
 
8482 posts since 15 Sep, 2001, from Las Vegas,USA
 

Postby Teksonik; Sun Jun 19, 2005 12:12 am

Ok Ok Tim Here goes: :hihi:

1. State name
Marc

2. What synths you have worked on.
Juno 60,Ensoniq Mirage ,Esq-1, SQR-1, Kawai KI,
MT-32,U-220,R5,Yamaha DX7/TX7, TX81Z,Korg Monosynth. Those are the one's I've owned and can remember. Softsynths-too many to mention.

3.What developers you have worked for
Several. I'd prefer discretion here.

4.Any web referances
See Below

5.Preffered synthesis method (if any)
Right now it's the WusikEngine. It's such a joy to program and can produce such a wide range of sounds.
6.Any other comments about your work you would like to present.

Can't think of anything at the moment.


7.Contact info

http://www.freewebs.com/teksonik/newsynthpatches.htm

gtrplr5@yahoo.com
None are so hopelessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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4406 posts since 2 Feb, 2003, from lost in music
 

Postby rsmus7; Sun Jun 19, 2005 12:23 am

1. Name

Stephan "rsmus7" Müsch



2. What synths you have worked on

hardware:
FIZMO, Roland Juno 60, Waldorf microQ, Yamaha AN1x, DarkstarXP2, Yamaha RS7000 (ok not really a synth ;-) )

software:
NI : Reaktor4, FM7, Pro53, Absynth2 (soon all updated to last versions)
Maxxclaster : Toxic2, Bazzoid, eJ,
Wusikstation,
Manystation
ZeroVector
CoFX : Kubik, Rock, Vectrik, Viper, Granite, Ensembler,
U-HE : Podolski, Filterscape, Zebra2
Camelaudio : Cameleon5000
Linplug Alpha
FabFilter TWIN
other I might have forgotten ;-)

and too many free plugs, you can find some of my banks at patcharena.com



3. What developers you have worked for?

Arturia
Maxxclaster
CoFX
WhiteNoise
Manytone
U-HE
Camelaudio (I did one of the professional banks)
Wusik
Linplug
Krakli
HG-Fortune
FabFilter


4. web

free presets for download and some free music

or click the pic in my sig


5. Preffered synthesis methode

none really, it is more dependend on the synth,
if I get a feeling for the synth
and foremost it's sound,
then I get a feeling for the synthesis methode it uses


6. comments

I'm interested in finding sounds that are a bit ... ahhm ... different, and not the next supersaw-lead. ;-)
Sometimes I like more the digital side or noisy,
but I also like to find the soothing warm qualities of a synth, if he/she got it.



7.Contact

you're always welcome at:

smuesch [at] web [dot] de
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186 posts since 22 Aug, 2003, from Olympus Mons
 

Postby VanLichten; Sun Jun 19, 2005 12:44 am

1. Name: Richard Lichten aka Chris K.

2. Synths i worked on:

HW: EMU Ultraproteus; Yamaha DX 7; Kawai K4, some others i forgot.

SW: Whitenoise Zero Vector, Nusofting Astrobelt, Nusofting Microrock, Dash Abstract Guitar, Concrete FX Vocal, Concrete FX Micron, Atti Asynth, RGC Audio Pentagon, REFX PlastiCZ, some more to come.

3. Developers i worked for:

Whitenoise Audio

Concrete FX

Dash/ Nusofting

4. Web Adress:N/Y, but is in work :)

5. Favourite synthesis method:

physical Modeling, subtractive

5b. most hated synthesis method: FM :x


6. Comment:

Great job all here! Many inspiring sounds, and thanks for the oppertunity to learn from you.


7.richardlichten@yahoo.de
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417 posts since 20 Jun, 2002, from hamburg|germany
 

Postby Ronny Pries; Mon Jun 20, 2005 12:09 am

Heya.

1. Name
Ronny 'rp' Pries


2. What synths you have worked on.
Hardware: Roland JD-800, Oberheim Matrix 1000, DX7, Wasp, Nordlead, Virus, the usual suspects i bet.

Software:
Absynth, Albino, WNA Additive, FM7, Pro-53, Reaktor, Atmosphere, Ultrafocus, ImpOSCar, Oddity, FR Viruz-II, Invader, Filterscape... too many to list. i started using software synths in the 90s when the first realtime synths for ms-dos appeared.


3. What developers you have worked for
I've been testdriving N.I. Products since Reaktor 2 and took part in shaping the sound of AudioRealism Bass Line. Other than that the synth we (Farbrausch) use in our 64k intros, which is also available as VSTi, features the presets i used in FR-019:poem.to.a.horse.


4. References
You can find a few banks of mine over at patcharena.com (i.e. for FM7, WNA Additive & Triangle II). The presets of Smartelectronix' Ambience marked with 'rp' are also mine (not to be confused with Mr. Papen ;)) Otherwise www.ronnypries.de works as well.


5. Preffered synthesis method (if any)
I can't get my hands off FM synths and the 303.


6. Any other comments about your work you would like to present.

I'm working as musician & sound designer for computer games. Due to my spare time activities (beeing a dj/musician, running 2 net/labels, part of a demogroup... and last not least a family man) i don't have too much room for making preset banks at the moment. However, that's something i'd like to extend, so i'm waiting for orders :D

7.Contact info
You can contact me via KVR or use the contact form on my website http://www.ronnypries.de
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Postby ianweb123; Mon Jun 20, 2005 5:21 am

You will find me all over the Presets for the various VAZ synths.. and of course all the presets I do for my own stuff :hihi:
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Postby tconrardy; Mon Jun 20, 2005 7:15 am

ianweb123 wrote:You will find me all over the Presets for the various VAZ synths.. and of course all the presets I do for my own stuff :hihi:


Hi Ian
Just noticing these with my recent purchase of VAZ 2010. Keep up the good work!

Any more entriants?? I hope Ben makes this a sticky as theres a lot of great resources here. Some of these I never heard of and deserve to be recongized.However I am sure there is more!

so..KEEP'EM COMING!!

TC
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Postby xoxos; Mon Jun 20, 2005 9:52 am

well..

try to avoid career definition.. you got my planet, you aint gettin yer nasty fingers on my lovely squooshy brain

like more hominids i have a capacity for whatever i set myself to..

clavia use a track to demo the n1, cant remember if they host patches.. so "sounddesigner.." :p

i got rent to pay, but..

known for my efforts to popularise divers synthesis engines, i'm more likely to attract s.d.s than get paid for being one, sooo....

sound designers:

i don't pay for shit. i have a fairly high visibility on kvr, prolly not much beyond.. but what's that ;D

my synths are usually 'special application,' and given my attitude of development as cultural labour, i'm not always enthused about the 'churn out presets' part of the job -

which brings me to -

the same place dozens of other se devs are - we got some weird project, no recompense beyond whatever reputation to be gleaned.. and so not much chutzpah to aggressively secure your services. "hey.. i'll send you an emoticon if you do it for me..."

here's an idea, prolly just making it too complex (t)ho -

how about an sd mailing list (or site?) where devs can post requests.. perhaps 'specialised' energy of list.. cos it seems like posts requesting patchers aren't so acknowledged?? :p

"thinking about money destroyed my thoughts"
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9301 posts since 22 Jul, 2002, from Eagan, MN

Postby ew; Mon Jun 20, 2005 4:15 pm

OK Tim...

1) Eric or ew
2) Hardware I've owned: ARP 2600; Casio CZ-1, CZ-101 and VZ-1; Chroma Polaris; E-mu EMAX and EMAX II;Ensoniq VFX-SD; Kawai K1, K3, K4 and K5; Korg Polysix, DW-8000 and Wavestation A/D, Oberheim Two-Voice, Four-Voice, OB-a, and Matrix-6, Roland Juno-60, Juno-106, MKS-50 (alphaJuno rack), MKS-100 (probably the worst sampler ever invented :roll: :lol: ) and SH-101; Sequential Pro-One, Split-8 and Six-Trak; Waldorf microQ; Yamaha CS-15, CS-40, CS-60, DX7, TX81Z and V50. I spent lots
of time in the mid-late '70s programming an ARP 2500 and an E-mu modular for a studio in town as well.
Software: too much to think of at the moment
:oops: :lol: I've released banks for Tera2, WNAdditive and for Metaphysical Function as well as my own Reaktor stuff.
3) NI, White Noise, ConcreteFX, Wusik, Manystation and Wave Arts. I also did the revision for OhmForce that's become the current Symptohm : Melohman manual.
4) My website has a lot of my Reaktor creations. You'll find me here a lot :? :lol: , and I'm also an NI forum moderator.
5) any and all :) I do have to admit I've been going on a vector synthesis kick at the moment between testing Vectrik and rediscovering Xphraze.
6) the best is yet to come :wink:
7) you can PM me here, or use the mailto link on my website, or through the NI forums.
ew
A spectral heretic...

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12428 posts since 13 Nov, 2000, from Hannover / Germany

Postby Sascha Franck; Tue Jun 21, 2005 6:33 am

The only patches I have officially submitted to anything are a few Filterscape/VA presets, another few Kontakt 2 patches (only one of them actually made it into the library as I was rather late...) and various EXS24 patches.
Oh, and I converted and adjusted a few patches for the Hollowsun CDs.
Doesn't make me a sound designer I think, so I won't answer things point by point.
But heck, what do you expect from a guitar player?
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Postby tconrardy; Tue Jun 21, 2005 11:05 am

Sascha Franck wrote:The only patches I have officially submitted to anything are a few Filterscape/VA presets, another few Kontakt 2 patches (only one of them actually made it into the library as I was rather late...) and various EXS24 patches.
Oh, and I converted and adjusted a few patches for the Hollowsun CDs.
Doesn't make me a sound designer I think, so I won't answer things point by point.
But heck, what do you expect from a guitar player?


well..I'm a guitar player :-) However I think any contributions can be substantial.

any more SD takers here?
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34207 posts since 25 Jan, 2003, from through the looking glass
 

Postby vurt; Tue Jun 21, 2005 4:42 pm

hehe ive been asked to add my name here
not sure why to be honest i think tim has named more presets after me than i have made :oops:
people ive worked with preset wise so far include manytone,ian webster xoxos and a few other free synths.

not sure if anyone might want to get in touch but pm here if you do :)
as for preffered methods of synthesis - the noisy ones :D
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1110 posts since 4 Aug, 2004, from Copenhagen, Denmark
 

Postby mkastrup; Tue Jun 21, 2005 5:26 pm

Name: Michael Kastrup

Synths: Most hardware up until 1998 and Softsynts from 2002. First hardware synth i owned was a Yamaha CS 30. I own and are familiar with about 85% of all popular commercial softsynths.

Developers: Been working freelance for studios and production companies. My most known work is Oldskool for Zebra 2 Vst and XSynth Library for Propellerheads Reason.

Web Ref.: www.xsynth.com www.michaelkastrup.com

Pref. Synthesis: Classical subtractive and additive wavetable/wavesequence.

Comments: I dont do patch/preset design for free copys of synths but i will buy your software if its good :)

Contact: Email ref. is on my website.
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