ZynAddSubFX Dubstep Presets! (with Download & Pictures)

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I hate to be greedy but please make more of these!
Jogden139 wrote:I hate to be greedy but please make more of these!
give me some time...... ;)
I also wanna download the latest version, because having the same issue .. :(
mariareese wrote:
Sat Mar 25, 2017 12:16 pm
I also wanna download the latest version, because having the same issue .. :(
Is it the presets, you're speaking about? :)
Or something else?

Also, welcome to the forums mariareese. :)
Good tuts! :)
Sweet samples man! I'm just getting started with LMMS but I'm trying to expand my potential with all kinds of different samples that i can find around on the forum/online. The wobbles you made are sick man, you have any good precussion/kicks? That, or do you have any recommendations on where i can safely find some that work with the program?

Appreciate it,

Yebsi
Itussigi wrote:
Sun Aug 14, 2016 5:47 am
I have recently been messing around in LMMS with ZynAddSubFX, and it really has potential! check these sounds i have made VVV

stuttering

screechy

thick growls

heavy talkers

...and someone was like
Snarf wrote:Do you mind sharing them (especially that stutter!)
...so I thought about it, and I was like "WHY THE **** NOT?" so here you go! ;D


WHAT THEY ARE

The STUTTERING - it's very simple actually, it's just a sine frequency, with a Phase Modulation (PM) chirp frequency with adaptive harmonics set to the ON settings and AHBF of 100 and AHP of 100! ....but the thing is it has 2 Effects on it: a Distortion & a Chorus effect as shown below! keep in mind that i made it in 16th notes for the stuttering effect
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The SCREECH - it's a power frequency with the 29th notch up about halfway, with a Phase Modulation (PM) that is down 1 octave which is ALSO a power frequency with the 24th and 6th notch up halfway! No effects!
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The THICK GROWLS - there are 2 growls in this little clip, i called one of them the Meat Growl, and the other one the Grind Growl.

THE MEAT GROWL: All frequencies are set down 1 octave, the main frequency is a StrchSine with the 4th notch up halfway, a modulation frequency set to Phase Modulation (PM) it's a chirp frequency with no notches manipulated but with adaptive harmonics set to the ON settings, the AHBF is set to 143 and the AHP is set to 79. 3 effects that include 2 Distortions and an EQ effect with 2 sets as shown below!
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THE GRIND GROWL: All frequencies are set down 1 octave, the main frequency has a size 2 Unison with a frequency spread of 1.8 cents and is a StrchSine with the 4th notch up halfway, the base function parameter is set to 5, no adaptive harmonics, but the harmonic shift is set to 3. it has a Phase Modulation (PM) Chirp frequency with no notches manipulated, no adaptive harmonics, no harmonic shift, just the Base Function Paremeter is -17. 3 effects that include a Distortion, Chorus, and an EQ with 2 sets, as shown below!
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The THICK TALKERS - it's simple! just a sine frequency that went down 1 octave with the 6th notch up about halfway, and the 25th notch up a tiny bit. with a Phase Modulation (PM) triangle frequency with -64 base function parameter, and the 31st notch is up about a quarter, no adaptive harmonics, NO EFFECTS.
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DOWNLOAD HERE M8

I really hope you all like them, and I hope this was helpful for your experience! They sound pretty sick in my opinion. Have fun! ;D
How does one go around putting these in lmms?
Put in user home/lmms/presets/ and then you can see these in the preset section of left menu of lmms (the one with the star)
Roxas wrote:
Sat Jul 07, 2018 2:00 pm
Put in user home/lmms/presets/ and then you can see these in the preset section of left menu of lmms (the one with the star)
Thanks alot! :D
But it seems that they don't sound quite like how the Op showed everyone, are there extra settings I have to set to make it sound how it was shown?
There's nothing else to set, or lmms have a bug, or more probably your playing too high notes. Try playing notes like A3 or A2 and around for the growls (so bass notes)

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