I'm new to this whole VIRUS TI Snow thing, but I've heared so much about it and I thought I was going to try it out.
So I need a few tips and tricks on how to make this sound.
I can hear that this synth is layered with standard supersaws in the background, but the "core" sound which is in the middle (seems to be a monolegato lead to me) is very special, wildstylez use this ALOT in his tracks.
So.. I'm trying to remake this wildstylez hardstyle lead which I hear alot:
What can you guys hear in this lead? it has a special kind of feeling to the sound.
I know that it's saws, but it doesn't sound as straight as out of the box. I've tried with portamento on Neutral & slide inside of Sylenth1, pitch modulation using LFO's as mentioned above, but I dont achieve the same type of sound. It feels like it's kind of bending or something? I don't know how to explain it, listen for yourself and I'm sure you get what I mean.
Also, any tips and tricks on how to process this type of sound? I would very much appreciate the knowledge.
I would also like to know how to do a typical screech sound in Virus TI snow, I know how to do it in massive and sylenth1, but I don't seem to find the right parameters for it in Virus TI Snow.
I know that I need to link an envelope to the pitch with a fairly long attack to make the screech sound. ( like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OIJL5Cj_Ag and this (which btw is done by using the VIRUS TI: http://youtu.be/JSlUB0vkrFM?t=1m17s)
Also, I'm wondering about the "phase" (not phaser - PHASE knob) which exists inside of Sylenth1:
@ 1.16 sec in this clip and forward, he uses the phase knob which is modulated by an LFO: http://youtu.be/pFtZ4BF0kAE?t=1m16s
Where is this in VIRUS TI Snow?