How to Make an Electro House Lead with Operator tutorial

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Re: How to Make an Electro House Lead with Operator tutorial

Post by BassTooth » Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:54 am

great tutorial!
please do more.

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Re: How to Make an Electro House Lead with Operator tutorial

Post by BassTooth » Mon Nov 14, 2011 4:48 am

anything your heart desires. more tuts on Operator are always good. maybe you could get into the rest of Live instruments too; any kind of hacks/sounds you're able to get out of them that are unique. for instance, I tweak Operator a lot but not as much with Analog, Tension, or Collision. ...been meaning to get into the rest of Live's instruments.

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Re: How to Make an Electro House Lead with Operator tutorial

Post by kanuck » Mon Nov 14, 2011 5:05 am

BassTooth wrote:anything your heart desires. more tuts on Operator are always good. maybe you could get into the rest of Live instruments too; any kind of hacks/sounds you're able to get out of them that are unique. for instance, I tweak Operator a lot but not as much with Analog, Tension, or Collision. ...been meaning to get into the rest of Live's instruments.
+1
operator gets a lot of (deserved) attention but almost no one focuses on tutorials for tension, collision, electric, analog

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Re: How to Make an Electro House Lead with Operator tutorial

Post by dentaku » Mon Nov 14, 2011 11:15 pm

Nice. Simple stuff but the simple things are very often quite musically useful.
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Re: How to Make an Electro House Lead with Operator tutorial

Post by yur2die4 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 9:51 pm

The stuff about only being able to change 'octaves' and hertz is actually inaccurate.

You are actually selecting points of the harmonic series. 2 is an octave above 1, yes, but 3 is an octave plus a fifth above 1 (3rd multiple). That makes its relation to 2, a fifth. If you climb up high enough, you can actually find a major third. This would be slightly higher sounding (I think it is a 5:4 ratio). In this case, you would slide those knobs up to 5 and 4, and just adjust the master pitch knob to compensate for the higher pitch :):)

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