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Csw91 2012-08-11 22:50

Sound making
 
Hi there, i want to make a wind sound in Reason for a tension build up, but i don't know what instrument that would do the best job for it, or what tools in the instrument i should tweak on!

Any suggestions and help would be grateful :)

rlubeck 2012-08-11 23:17

Very basic wind/woosh: Create a Thor, switch out the default analog osc for a noise oscilator, raise amp envelope's sustain and attack, play with the filter while holding down a key.
You can go as deep as you want ofcourse but this is a starting point atleast.

Csw91 2012-08-11 23:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by rlubeck (Post 1114256)
Very basic wind/woosh: Create a Thor, switch out the default analog osc for a noise oscilator, raise amp envelope's sustain and attack, play with the filter while holding down a key.
You can go as deep as you want ofcourse but this is a starting point atleast.

ok thanks!
By the way, do you know hot to stretch a sound to make it last longer? I kind of refuse to use the method that can be done with NN-19, because it just sound awful, and i really do not want to make an automation just to make it work.

rlubeck 2012-08-11 23:37

With the amp envelope sustain fully maxed, the length is equal to how long you press down a key.
In the sequencer you'd just extend a note to whatever length you want.

Edit: If you meant any sound instead of the wind sound, you can import it into an audiotrack and ctrl-drag out the right handlebar to whatever length.
Play with the Stretchtype on the audiotrack to see what sounds best.

Csw91 2012-08-11 23:43

Sorry i didn't explain what i wanted proprly. Meant time stretch. Example, you have a cymbal and wanna sound much longer than usual, but like a tension build up in a classic trance song


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