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Author Topic: Oxygene Part 2 Laser Sound  (Read 516 times)

ranzee

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Oxygene Part 2 Laser Sound
« on: January 05, 2014, 01:47:20 pm »
Hi,
Been mucking around with the MB today - managed to get something along the lines of the "laser sound" from Oxygene Part 2. Attached is a link to photo of settings - (imgur). I also generated two samples - one using the Memory Man to get an analog delay effect. The other using Ableton's "Ping Delay" to get a stereo effect - which kindof sounds closer to the real thing.

Setup Image:
http://imgur.com/OzxQzkt

Samples:
https://soundcloud.com/ranzee/oxy2-laser-arturia-minibrute-1
https://soundcloud.com/ranzee/oxy2-laser-arturia-minibrute

Let me know what you think :)

Cheers,
Ranzee
« Last Edit: January 05, 2014, 04:17:10 pm by ranzee »

Tom_1970

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Re: Oxygene Part 2 Laser Sound
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2014, 12:11:39 am »
Nice!

This is one of the sounds I alway try to create on any new synth that enters my home studio.
The first synth I made it on was a Yamaha PLG150-AN inside my CS6x (my first real synth).
I also did it on my MiniBrute, but wasn't so successful as you.
Through the years I learned that there are more routes to this sound.
On the PLG150-AN I came pretty close using the self oscillation of the filter.

With your patch as a guide I will try it on my Moog Sub Phatty.

For me this is the ultimate synthesizer sound, but for me Oxygene is also the ultimate synthesizer album.




 

ranzee

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Re: Oxygene Part 2 Laser Sound
« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2014, 03:01:08 am »
Thanks!

I'm thinking of grabbing an AN200 as I've always wanted an AN1x (they share the same board) - but can't justify another keyboard in my studio - as i already have the CS1x among them. It will be interesting to see if an anologue modelling synth can come up with the goods.

The get the slowing effect - you twist the rate knob from a bit over half way to abit under half way in an anti-clockwise fast to slow motion. It takes a little to create - but you'll come to it quite fast.

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Re: Oxygene Part 2 Laser Sound
« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2014, 11:23:52 am »
I also consider an AN200 but an 'empty' to put one of my Plg150-an in.
With all the changes in my studio I don't use the PLG's very often, which is a pity because I think it's a good synth in itself.
The lack of direct control is a disadvantage and maybe a AN200 will solve that. 

ranzee

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Re: Oxygene Part 2 Laser Sound
« Reply #4 on: January 07, 2014, 04:34:58 pm »
Well, you've probably just tipped me into buying the an200. I had one which I was watching - and now just decided to get it. Will let you know when it gets here and how it goes :)

I actually want it for some other reasons - but hey, this is also a good reason right? (hehe)

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Re: Oxygene Part 2 Laser Sound
« Reply #5 on: October 29, 2014, 04:33:58 pm »
I have put the laser sound in this track: https://soundcloud.com/ranzee/nebulish

I ended up getting an AN200 btw :)

 

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