monster lead patch for virus b

  • Could you provide any songs to listen to as examples?

    Bass Player and Synthesist.
    Virus TI2 Darkstar | Virus TI2 Desktop | Moog Sub 37 | Blofeld | Machinedrum | Monomachine | Analog Four | Digitone | MPC Live | NI Maschine
    Mac OS X 10.14.6 (Mojave) | Cubase Pro 10.5 | Ableton Live 9.6 | Logic 10.4 | MainStage 3.4 | NI Komplete 12 | RME Fireface UFX+

  • Lines in the Sand - Portnoy Sherinian Macalpine Sheehan : Intro 0:00 to 2:00



    BILLY SHEEHAN ON BASS!!! :love:




    What was the question? ...


    Ah. Lead synth sound. Which is basically a synth that sounds like a distorted electric guitar.


    The start is a pretty simple sound (pulse with PWM or supersaw with light detune) with a strong attack and some light filter movement, add resonance to taste. But the main ingredient for this type of sounds is a guitar amp like overdrive/distortion/cabinet simulation, which is possible on the Virus TI (offering various overdrives and a cab simulation) but probably not on the Virus B. Best bet is to run your synth into a separate distortion/overdrive unit (e.g. Elektron Analog Heat, Guitar Amp Plugins for your DAW).


    However, you can also look for Virus B Patches named "Electric Guitar" or similar, which probably go into that direction.

    Bass Player and Synthesist.
    Virus TI2 Darkstar | Virus TI2 Desktop | Moog Sub 37 | Blofeld | Machinedrum | Monomachine | Analog Four | Digitone | MPC Live | NI Maschine
    Mac OS X 10.14.6 (Mojave) | Cubase Pro 10.5 | Ableton Live 9.6 | Logic 10.4 | MainStage 3.4 | NI Komplete 12 | RME Fireface UFX+