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Arturia Rush patches

Post by OB-XaMinimoog » Sat Dec 28, 2013 8:38 am

I got the Arturia Synth collection and I wanna recreate a few patches. Mainly the Tom Sawyer growl on the SEM V (there's no preset that I can find), the Subdivisions Minimoog (I can get close but I feel like I can get it closer) and this one isn't as much of a priority but the main Subdivisions Oberheim.

Oh, and would it be possible to recreate the Camera Eye intro as well?

Thanks.

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Re: Arturia Rush patches

Post by Bitexion » Sun Dec 29, 2013 5:02 pm

the tom sawyer bass is a mix of an obx and a Moog Taurus pedal triggered at the same time. Maybe that's why you can't get the timbre right.

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Re: Arturia Rush patches

Post by OB-XaMinimoog » Sun Dec 29, 2013 7:15 pm

Bitexion wrote:the tom sawyer bass is a mix of an obx and a Moog Taurus pedal triggered at the same time. Maybe that's why you can't get the timbre right.
I knew it was an OB-X but didn't know it was a Taurus, too. Thanks!

I'm still trying to find the parameters for Minimoog during the solos on Subdivisions. I can get close with a basic two oscillator Saw wave, but it just doesn't sound right. The more I listen to it the more I think it's maybe not a Saw wave. Playing around the the Minimoog V it sounds more like a rectangular wave, or some kind of mix of waves.

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Re: Arturia Rush patches

Post by Rick N Boogie » Sun Dec 29, 2013 9:03 pm

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/allsynthsecrets.htm

The above link is a great resource for understanding how synth programming works.
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Re: Arturia Rush patches

Post by shaft9000 » Sun Dec 29, 2013 11:50 pm

what degree of authenticity are you aiming for?

there's playing a tune well and good, (on whatever instrument)
then there's synthesizing a sound on a modern synth as closely to another, specific old synth (taurus pedal, obx blah blah) as well the modern synth can possibly do.
- and then there's trying to re-create an entire mix and instrument combo to get a specific sound, and to painstaking levels. this is a rabbit-hole, beware.


a sound circuit is a sound circuit is not another sound circuit. they deviate from each other in many ways.
your computer does not have 40-year old hand-wired moog VCAs using fred flinstone -type specs.
and conversely, the moog VCA will never get as dynamic and quiet as a modern PC soundcard; even many of the cheapest ones.

'tis what it is.
there are a plethora of ways of getting some oomph into VST signal chains, but i'm not the guy to know what those would be.
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Re: Arturia Rush patches

Post by Jabberwalky » Mon Dec 30, 2013 12:41 am

Go to 3:55 to hear the isolated Moog solo. Honestly sounds like a straight saw wave going through a chorus and reverb. Some glide, and mod wheel vibrato.


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Re: Arturia Rush patches

Post by timmybass69 » Mon May 19, 2014 10:42 pm

Not sure why people think you can only get the Tom Sawyer growl synth on the OBX only, or worse yet, why they think Taurus pedals are part of the sound. here are two examples: one with Taurus pedals and one with only an OBXa used for the sound.

http://soundcloud.com/timmysongs/tom-sa ... rus-pedals

http://soundcloud.com/timmysongs/tom-sa ... est-1-9624

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Re: Arturia Rush patches

Post by strategy400 » Fri Nov 09, 2018 11:55 pm

You can get the sounds on other equipment, but having the right stuff really makes it easier.
Try the free OBXD vst...

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