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NEWS for Nov / Dec 2019

Moog SUB 37 demo and sounds



part 1:

part 2:


So there we go, a second demo after just two months. I am stunned myself how little time it took me to make this one, especially considering the fact that I did not like the Sub during the first 2 weeks (it sounded like a dehydrated donkey). But things moved fast forward when I hooked it up to a simple delay/reverb unit and magic started to happen. Well, actually it's not only a matter of magic. I made the decision to tone down the video editing a bit (use time-saving digital tricks, etc.) but I hope it does not take away too much from the enjoyment of watching the piece. Otherwise the process would take another month or two, and there are so many new synths to tweak. Let me know what you think. I would like to use this occasion to once again thank you - my patrons - for sticking to your pledges. The numbers are quite telling: there are around 22'000 subscribers on my Youtube channel and 160 patrons on my Patreon, a ratio of 0,7%. This lets us put it all into perspective and see how exceptional you are. Some of you even decided to give more than the top pledge, which is exceptional among the exceptional, and helpful and motivating beyond words.

(will also work in SUBSEQUENT 37)

quick version:

Please transfer 25 Euro / US Dollars (all sounds from my demos) or 35 Euro / US Dollars (all demo sounds + more = 256 sounds) to this paypal address: [wcologarb at tlen.pl] writing "sub37 sounds" in the title.

full explanation:

If you want to get my SUB37 sounds, you have two options:

1. SOUNDS FROM MY DEMOS = 25 $/E = I will send you all sounds from both parts of the demo.

They will come together with their variations and/or stages. It means that if I tweak a given sound / sequence in the demo hard, and the end result is very different from the starting sound, you will get two or three or even four sounds for this performance - the original, the middle and the final ones as independent patches. This is just in case you have difficulty recreating the knob tweaks from looking at my hand motions. This option means around 100-120 sounds.

2. FULL BANK = 35 $/E = I will send you everything from option one, plus many more sounds that are not in the demo. This will be 256 sounds in total and it will fill up your entire SUB37 memory. But again, remember that some will come in variations, so if we want to count original sounds only, then we're talking about 210 or so patches.

After you decide, please transfer either $/E 25 or $/E 35 to this paypal address: [wcologarb at tlen.pl] writing "sub37 sounds" in the title. Within 24 hours I will send the patches back to your email address (I will see your email in my paypal panel).

If you think the price is not right, let me know - I am just starting and have a somewhat vague knowledge about the market. I have arrived a these numbers after talking to a couple of people and picking the average.

As I've mentioned above, the sounds in my demo do not come dry out of the SUB-37, but if you have one, it's probably obvious for you, as the synth has no onboard effects. To improve people's listening experience and add variety (the demo is over 20 minutes long) the majority of sounds in my demo have some simple delay and / or reverb, or stereo expansion going on, but nothing that would recognizably alter the original timbre of the synth (I mean phasers, flangers, distortions, etc.) The sound at 7:30, demo part 1 (belly dance) sounds like it is heavily chorused, but it's not (that's just SUB's feedback); the sound at 5:00, demo part 1 (highway) sounds like it is layered with a kick drum, but that's just heavy amp modulation by the SUB's sawtooth (ramp?) lfo.



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