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Old 08-09-2018, 01:44 PM   #1
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Can someone please help recreating this synth

Hi, i need some sound design expert to help me recreate this sound in Serum from the song

INSIDE MY LOVE (REDLIGHT REMIX).

The lead starts around 30 seconds but then a more desirable layered version is brought in at around the minute mark.

Please can someone help make both these sounds. I think its such a beautiful sound and need it in my library!. I've tried but couldnt do it as im not the best at sound design.

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Old 08-09-2018, 01:51 PM   #2
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Re: Can someone please help recreating this synth

The plucky sound?

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The plucky sound?
yeah the plucky sound
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Re: Can someone please help recreating this synth

its your traditional house organ with a fuck ton of reverb on it not hard to find just google house organ samples
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Re: Can someone please help recreating this synth

At around 1:10 it's isolated anyway, so just sample it
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Re: Can someone please help recreating this synth

So in serum choose the basic shape sine, set the osc fx to FM and from osc 2 have the same but have the semitone at plus 7 or 19.

Then yeah like someone said a F load of reverb.
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Old 16-09-2018, 03:44 PM   #7
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At around 1:10 it's isolated anyway, so just sample it
i tried that before posting the thread but it just doesn't come out very clean and i would like to have more control over the sound but thanks, good suggestion
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So in serum choose the basic shape sine, set the osc fx to FM and from osc 2 have the same but have the semitone at plus 7 or 19.

Then yeah like someone said a F load of reverb.
Cheers man, thats close but i think theres still a unique tonal quality that its missing, i dont know what it is that separates it from a typical organ pluck
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Re: Can someone please help recreating this synth

its the korg m1 organ you can pick up the korg m1 synth now for around 20 quid buy it and use it off there

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