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Serge WAD Patch
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Author Serge WAD Patch
Petiso
Having fun with Serge Wad and inspired by an old topic about recreating strings with a Serge, I came to this sound. Not stringy at all, but liked it.

https://soundcloud.com/user-859915356/sergewad
cygmu
I find it quite stringy -- I reckon if you had told me there was a guitar involved I would have believed you. Anyway, that was great! Really enjoyed it.
Petiso
Thank you very much, cygmu!

Not guitars at all, only WAD and some DUSG (if I remember well...). WAD is a pretty funny module...
Delepathy
Petiso do you have patch notes? I'm interested in how you got that guitar-esque sound. Cheers!
wavecircle
Really nice sounds, I am fascinated with the WAD. Got to find a pair of SAD1024s!
chiavere
Here’s a generative karplus-strong “string” experiment I did with my WAD:
[s]https://soundcloud.com/freemovementarts/wadkarplusstrong[/s]

Such an amazing tool, so much more than just a delay!

p.s. basic info on karplus-strong here: karplus strong wikipedia entry
Petiso
Delepathy: I usualy make patch notes but unluckily I didn´t noted this one. I cross-modulated all DUSG from my QuadSlope in order to create some irregular pattern and feeded WAD with it. The most important thing in that patch results from toying with WAD´s negative feedback and short delay time.

wavecircle Thanks for the appreciation smile. And very suggestive sounds (with the additional merit to emerge from a live situation -I always found difficult to have that kind of control of a modular in a live context).


[/b]chiavere[/b] It´ s the first time I hear about karplus-strong string synthesis. I´ve just read about that and it´s pretty interesting. Very nice sound by the way smile
Steelshank
Amazing sounds! Thanks for posting these!
wavecircle
Petiso wrote:


wavecircle Thanks for the appreciation smile. And very suggestive sounds (with the additional merit to emerge from a live situation -I always found difficult to have that kind of control of a modular in a live context).



Very kind sir. I do tend to focus on live patches rather than recording and making actual music. Your recording is certainly a great example of what the WAD can do.
hongaars
Cool patchs..

It has been some time ago. But with my Animal and TKB I produced this stringey violin sound: https://soundcloud.com/omnicat/serge-violin Rockin' Banana!
bitone
Awesome, the wad is great for stringy effects (obviously!) - got into some sinister cello sounds using it the other day in my old STS system!
MindMachine
Real nice patch Petiso.

I just patched up a nice WAD flanger patch to compare my WAD to my A/DA Flanger pedal for fun and thought to peruse old WAD Wilson Analog Delay threads for any new ideas and found this.

The A/DA to me is the best Flanger ever produced. It is a pedal, yet is super clean and has a ton of controls. It also can do maximum resonance/enhance without running away into feedback. I believe it even predates the WAD by a few years. They are both amazing.

Your tones are real incorporated to my ears.

chiavere wrote:
Here’s a generative karplus-strong “string” experiment I did with my WAD:
[s]https://soundcloud.com/freemovementarts/wadkarplusstrong[/s]

Such an amazing tool, so much more than just a delay!

p.s. basic info on karplus-strong here: karplus strong wikipedia entry


Amazing. Guinness ftw!
qwoned
Quote:
The A/DA to me is the best Flanger ever produced. It is a pedal, yet is super clean and has a ton of controls. It also can do maximum resonance/enhance without running away into feedback.


been looking for something exactly like the A/DA for awhile now—manual/vc controllable flanger w/ harmonic series specification—esp. in 'stompbox' format for ease of use in conjunction w/ Serge audio out. so I must thank you for mentioning it, hoping to get one very soon (an original issue, to which I assume you're referring, rather than the re-issued/"PFB" version?)[/quote]
MindMachine
qwoned wrote:
Quote:
The A/DA to me is the best Flanger ever produced. It is a pedal, yet is super clean and has a ton of controls. It also can do maximum resonance/enhance without running away into feedback.


been looking for something exactly like the A/DA for awhile now—manual/vc controllable flanger w/ harmonic series specification—esp. in 'stompbox' format for ease of use in conjunction w/ Serge audio out. so I must thank you for mentioning it, hoping to get one very soon (an original issue, to which I assume you're referring, rather than the re-issued/"PFB" version?)
[/quote]

Yes. I have had two original Flangers. I now have one. I have a reissue Final Phase which I like. It is weird. But the Overdrive kills the signal level. So you really can only use it as an Overdrive or as a 'Phaser' (it is a weird Phaser) since the level drops/increases so much as you engage the Overdrive.

You should contact Analogman. He sells reissues but has a lot of contacts and may be able to find you an original.
qwoned
was actually really close to going the Analogman route. there's a few on Reverb, too, but played it safe finance-wise so I ended up getting the A/DA PFB flanger—Panasonic instead of Reticon BBDs, ofc, but it actually sounds really great imo. use a 1/4" TS cable for CONTROL input and you get delay *and* frequency cv modulation (rather than just the former w/ a TRS cable, which is what their manual prescribes). I'm working on some pieces for it, which I can share here if others are interested in applications in this context. I can only imagine how great the SAD1024s sound, though … definitely still on the wishlist. didn't know about the Phaser! looking into this now.
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