Patches by hotlava69

Member since December 26, 2016

Volca Bass Patches (12)

by hotlava69 on August 29, 2020
This creates a flute-like sound by oscillating a relatively low cutoff value to create a vibrato effect. The slow attack and delay make it seem more natural. Slight detune gives it some body. Turn peak up to boost the lower frequencies if you want.
by hotlava69 on August 10, 2020
Sounds like the sound effect they use on the simpsons when something gets irradiated. Play the M2 key (A#1) when octave is set to 3. Adjust peak to your liking. It just adds more bass.
by hotlava69 on November 4, 2018
Hold down FUNC button and turn LFO rate knob until the display reads "rt.04" In the recording, saturation, a delay send, and reverb are applied.
by hotlava69 on March 4, 2018
Sounds sort of like a human voice.
by hotlava69 on December 21, 2017
Simple sub bass. You probably need headphones or a subwoofer to hear this.
by hotlava69 on July 15, 2017
The quick Attack and decay of the EG resemble a kick drum among the looping bass. Mess with the slide edit mode on the first four steps for variations in the "kick". I added a simple reverb and filter delay to the audio sample.
by hotlava69 on July 15, 2017
With tempo on 120, Hold the Func button and adjust the LFO Rate knob until the LED display reads "rt.08"
by hotlava69 on January 29, 2017
It sounds like whe Mario skids to a stop in Mario 3 for NES. Cutoff has to be just right so make fine adjustments as necessary.
by hotlava69 on January 3, 2017
Play with factory sequence #8. Whipped up by my friend Yohsuke when I was setting up some other equipment.
by hotlava69 on December 24, 2016
Modulate the cutoff knob over many notes to do a cool build up effect. In the audio sample, I toggle "Amp Eg On"
by hotlava69 on November 29, 2016
Press and hold Oct 3 F note. Might require some very fine tuning of the cutoff knob.
by hotlava69 on November 8, 2016
I create a 7 chord by tuning each oscillator separately and playing in unison mode. Slight LFO on cutoff.

Volca Keys Patches (4)

by hotlava69 on August 22, 2020
Hold down the the C note (m5 key). I got this sound from using the randomize button.
by hotlava69 on August 7, 2020
The thing that gives it a tom sound is the EG with a short delay/release acting on the VCO pitch, making the pitch fall quickly with each note.
by hotlava69 on August 7, 2020
This creates a flute-like sound by oscillating a relatively low cutoff value to create a vibrato effect. The slow attack and delay make it seem more natural. Slight detune gives it some body. Turn peak up to boost the lower frequencies if you want.
by hotlava69 on February 22, 2020
Play lower C note on the keyboard. One bummer is that the pitch doesn't really dive if you sequence this.
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