How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

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How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby animal » Sun Oct 21, 2012 2:28 am

LuSH-101 has a really nice sound.
But, I was hoping for that particular "bouncy" feel you can get from the SH-101.

I can't seem to get it to make this sound in these example loops I've posted.
I thought this was a pretty "standard" sound for the SH-101 and I can't find a matching preset and I don't know enough about programming to get the sound right.

Is it possible?

http://soundcloud.com/animal-2/sets/sh-101-examples
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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby Jacek@d16 » Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:07 pm

These sounds are very simple and you should setup LuSH to sound like this with no doubt - as far as LuSH can do SH101 sound.
Remember that SH101 has only one ENV, one LFO and one voice - just limit your sound design to SH101 and you will probably find something really close to this samples :)

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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby animal » Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:23 pm

Thank you. I'll try that.

I think it would be helpful to create a few project files for Live, Logic,,,etc, to download, that load the demo's and some other examples.
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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby splattimer » Wed Oct 24, 2012 2:21 am

animal wrote:I think it would be helpful to create a few project files for Live, Logic,,,etc, to download, that load the demo's and some other examples.

Probably makes more sense (and takes away less time from developers) to just list the presets used?
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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby animal » Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:11 pm

I appreciate the hard work that went into this synth. it has some great sounds.

But, can someone from the D16 group show us how to make a LuSH-101 sound like a simple, punchy, minimal synth line.

See this clip youtube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGQRu5fz_oo

I can't get a punchy sound out of LuSH-101 like in the video. Can someone PLEASE show us how to do it?
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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby animal » Fri Nov 02, 2012 4:40 pm

I can't get these sound in LuSH-101. They are so simple and raw yet I can't do it. Most likely I don't know how to program the VST correctly.

Could D16 please put some patches together of simple, raw sounds like in my above examples?

I feel like all the preset in LuSH-101 are "over the top". Many sound great but some simple raw sounds, as if someone was pounding out sequences on cheap ananlog gear, would be really helpful.
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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby Jacek@d16 » Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:11 pm

We're preparing now some new tutorials on how to use LuSH from scratch, so hopefully you'll be able to set your own "oldschool" sounds.
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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby animal » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:08 pm

It would be nice to just get some bass presets that really "snap".

Many of the presets for the sounds other than the bass sounds are great. But, none of the bass presets have any punch to them.

Thank you for a great product.
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Re: How do I program LuSH-101 to get this SH-101 sound?

Postby 10pints » Tue Jan 07, 2014 2:55 pm

Learn subtractive synthesis. I put this off for ages...... big mistake. Now my sounds are all from scratch and the quality of productions has increased immeasurably. You can sculpt sounds that work together, instead of trying to retrofit presets. I can recommend: The secrets of subtractive synthesis by rob papen. The course is not synth specific and he works through all the best known synths, including the hardware SH101.
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