Absynth 5 only - filesize 11,4 MB - zip folder contains the ksd and one sample (wav/48khz/24 Bit)
I like the sound of my electric toothbrush as one can produce incredible harmonics with it while brushing teeth. So it was time to sample that. The three-miced (L-C-R) stereo recording was processed with More Feedback Machine 2 and Reaktor 5 and then imported into Absynth.
Osc A and B play back different sections of the sample in granular mode, playhead position and sample speed controlled by looped envelopes. Both Channels then process the sample with an envelope controlled LPF 8 pole filter, Filter feedback is ringmodulated, the Feddback/resonance amount is controlled with the Modwheel. The filter rises when hitting a key, you can control the Cutoff of the FIlter starting point with a Macro to get rid of the rise. LP Cutoff is also conrollable with a Macro. The sample in Channel A is furtherly processed with a Supercomb filter, it's Cutoff controlled by a LFO driven envelope. Control the Supercomb resonance with the assigned Macro. The volume of both channels can beco ntrolled with the assigned Macros. A Waveshaper in the Master section adds some compression and dirt before the signal runs through a Cloudfilter. Control the Cloudfilter's resonance and Filter Cutoff with the assigned Macros. A LFO-controlled Pipe in the FX section adds modulated space. Happy toothbrushing!
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