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ElinaM 2013-02-13 03:28

Anyone know a way to create a riser??
 
For people that don't use risers or just don't know what it's called - it's a sound that steadily rises in pitch.
I haven't found a lot of them on reason so I was wondering if there's a way to make it using some kind of an effect or automation

ElinaM 2013-02-13 03:39

Actually I figured it out so for anyone that would like to know if you automate the pitch modulation to rise evenly and you can increase the range of the modulation depending how much you want it to rise

paulm0000 2013-02-13 06:04

Or use white noise in Thor and automate the freq and res

djfm1983 2013-02-13 12:45

You could turn the attack up (all the way) on an envelope and have the envelope control an osc on a synth. You might want to adjust the D,S and R also.

Recurse 2013-02-13 13:32

You can use Thor to make a good riser if you change the pitchbend range as high as it'll go then automate it from the very bottom to the very top, I think that gives you about 4 octaves to sweep through.

jlgrimes 2013-02-13 16:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by ElinaM (Post 1236899)
For people that don't use risers or just don't know what it's called - it's a sound that steadily rises in pitch.
I haven't found a lot of them on reason so I was wondering if there's a way to make it using some kind of an effect or automation

Malstrom does this the easiest.

It has a ramp modulator you can assign to pitch. You can even make it one shot.

Sawtooth 16 sounds nice with the ramp modulating the pitch.


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