Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by dswo » Sat May 25, 2013 7:43 pm

These are lovely, Moognase: best answer to the question so far.
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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by CTRLSHFT » Mon May 27, 2013 4:44 pm

Turn down the osc mixer volume and you're in butter land. It's designed to be able to overdrive (without the extra od circuit), and unfortunately a lot of people tend to crank it to 10 for the demos. It can SO get polite if you want it to.
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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by dswo » Sun Jun 30, 2013 10:19 pm

Synthway just posted another answer to the question in the title of this thread: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucbaVNOnD0k

Meanwhile, I just uploaded a new song to SoundCloud. The first half is Sunrizer and DSI Tetra. The soft, Sub Phatty part comes in halfway through: http://soundcloud.com/dswo/packing.
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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by IgorCristo » Sun Jun 30, 2013 10:55 pm

@dswo
Thank you for posting my video here. :)
I'm the brazilian guy behind Synthway... I'll listen to your song later, going to sleep now!

Cheers!
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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by dswo » Sun Jun 30, 2013 11:04 pm

IgorCristo wrote:I'm the brazilian guy behind Synthway...
Well, I've enjoyed all of your Phatty videos, including the Daft Punk cover that I didn't see until tonight.
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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by dswo » Fri Aug 02, 2013 4:45 pm

Another example of the Sub Phatty's softer side:
https://soundcloud.com/dswo/woodland/
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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by IgorCristo » Wed Aug 07, 2013 10:44 pm

Lovely tune this "woodland". Sorry for the delayed reply! Never got to see it!! :)
Thank you for your kind words about my videos. I'm very glad you enjoy them. I try my best to make it in a more musical way and I guess that sometimes I just hit the sweetspot.

Very nice arpeggio line with the Phaedra. The only thing that I think isn't quite there is the volume of the Sub Phatty! It could've been louder!!!! :D

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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by dswo » Thu Aug 08, 2013 12:12 am

IgorCristo wrote:The only thing that I think isn't quite there is the volume of the Sub Phatty! It could've been louder!!!! :D

Cheers!
You're right. I was very inspired by the understated playing on this video and may have gone too far: http://youtu.be/P7kBMuxwXPI
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Re: Does the Sub Phatty have a softer side?

Post by misterpete » Fri Aug 09, 2013 6:49 pm

This track has another example of how soft the SUB PHATTY can be and surprisingly, how much it can sound like a Korg MS-10 with crazy long envelopes — it's actually side by side here with an MS-10
https://soundcloud.com/misterpete/the-joy-of-headache
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