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Djones

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Tuesday, May 11th 2010, 1:42am

Doppler sounds, how to?

Anyone know how to build some decent doppler sounds on the Virus TI?

zeno

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Tuesday, May 11th 2010, 5:46am

Should be pretty easy. Just set either an LFO (env) or Filter ENV to OSC pitch in the matrix. Or use the pitch wheel :)

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Wednesday, May 12th 2010, 12:46am

That ain't no 'doppler' sounds with just a simple pitch modulation:-)

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Wednesday, May 12th 2010, 1:34am

Use an lfo/env to modulate the volume, you could also try it on the panning of the sound too. Pitch doesn't necessarily have to be automated to achieve a Doppler effect.

Also try a triangle lfo on the filter cutoff, to increase HF content as the sound gets closer, then have it roll them off as the sound moves away.

Hope that helps.

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Wednesday, May 12th 2010, 3:51pm

Doesn't it have to do with a delay speeding up and down?

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Wednesday, May 12th 2010, 9:59pm

I guess it depends on what you want to do, but as far as I remember the doppler effect has to do with the pitch changing depending on direction & speed.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doppler_effect

Modulating delay with an LFO or envelope would be a great way to do it get this effect like thomas mentioned.


Djones do you have an example of what you're looking for?

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