Suspect Custom Patches
Suspect, one half of Suspicious stench, is a Dubstep producer/Dj/Promoter and Label owner.
He first started producing Dubstep on Reason in 2006, and soon got noticed by record labels having his first release the following year.
Stenchman has a fair share of releases on both vinyl and digital and is heavily supported on Radio 1xtra by artists such as: Skream, Benga, mistajam, True tiger etc.
Suspect’s future is set for big things.
Originating from Dover, Kent in England he is also known as suspicious stench when he teams up with another Dover native, Stenchman.
He also runs a successful record label called Prime Audio, which is starting to draw alot of attention in the world of Bass Music.
This is a patch I made and used in a new suspicious stench track which I will be uploading this week. We used this in a dubstep track but it has an electro feel to it, you can get good results when drawing up short notes and automating the attack and release.
short stab synth.thor
This is a synth best used with short notes which sound good for melodies with reverb, filter automation and a bit of scream distortion.
This Combinator patch has a Thor combined with an eq and also delay and reverb which you can set to what suites you best. This synth can be used in any genre to make a catchy melody, simple intro or breakdown.
The forgotten bass.cmb
This is a bass patch that I created for my song “the forgotten”, which was released recently on my label. It’s a creeping bass, which can be best used for chilled or rolling basslines. I’ve combined a Malstrom with a Scream 4, a compressor and an eq and it’s very tweakable.
bass pins head.cmb
This is new patch which I haven’t actually used yet, but if you hold the note down it’s a pretty mad sounding bass. I have combined a Malstrom with a Scream4 for digital distortion, and eq'd the low frequencies out of it.
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