Beef up Microtonic

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  • Users avataranonymous

    Hi
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    I'm just interested in what people add on their multi-output channels in order to beef up the wonderful sounds of Microtonic ?
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    Compressors. Overdrives , Camel Phats etc. I'd just like to BIG Funk it all up.
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    Thanks
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    I ADORE Microtonic, it's a slick and magical fun-giver.

  • Users avatarMeffy Ellis

    - skywards wrote:
    Camel Phats

    CamelPhat works great for this; must try it on µTonic. Also Sonar's built-in "Pro Channel" saturation and compression.

  • Users avatarDennis Harms

    FerricTDS is nice for this purpose too!

    Cheers
    Dennis

  • Users avatarHarpal Kallah

    Thanks for the tips.

    I have gotten used to Addictive Drums, Battery 3 and Logic's Ultrabeat.
    I'm just mastering Microtonic now.
    It is a truly great spatial 'instrument' of it's own. And it's FUN !
    I suppose saturation, compression and distortions etc apply everywhere.

    Cheers

  • Users avatarMagnus Lidström

    I am very partial cause all these developers are close friends, but I like CamelPhat, Cytomic the Glue and most recently The Sausage Fattener (by Dada Life and Wallander Instruments). The last one sounds pretty digital and nasty, but it does add a lot of edge and punch. It's cool and cheap. CamelPhat is more grungy. The Glue is the perfect compressor to my ears. I use it all the time.

  • Users avatarJohn Johnson

    I'm using PSP Micro Warmer on every output of MicroTonic 3. With right settings it subtly beef up the nice sounds of MicroTonic 3.

  • Users avatarnic

    - Magnus Lidström wrote:
    I am very partial cause all these developers are close friends, but I like CamelPhat, Cytomic the Glue and most recently The Sausage Fattener (by Dada Life and Wallander Instruments). The last one sounds pretty digital and nasty, but it does add a lot of edge and punch. It's cool and cheap. CamelPhat is more grungy. The Glue is the perfect compressor to my ears. I use it all the time.

    I totally agree each word!
    And I personally find U-He Uhbik fx in general (and the Reverb in particular) very "Tonic-Compatible"!

  • Users avatarDennis Harms

    I recently purchased Roundtone. It works really well with Microtonic :)

    Cheers
    Dennis

  • Users avatarMagnus Lidström

    - Bronto Scorpio wrote:
    I recently purchased Roundtone. It works really well with Microtonic :)

    Interesting. New one to me. Feel like doing a quick demo mp3?

  • Users avatarDennis Harms

    - Magnus Lidström wrote:
    Interesting. New one to me. Feel like doing a quick demo mp3?

    Sadly I'm not in the "studio" at the moment but I'll record a quick demo later!

    Cheers
    Dennis

  • Users avatarDave

    the D16 silverline fx plugins from the recent group buy go rather well with microtonic

  • Users avatarTits Willy

    Cubase's bitcrusher gets a lot of use here.
    And every now and then I route some tracks through a bunch of guitar stompboxes (including an 'analog' delay, pitchshifter, tremolo and distrotion/fuzz pedal).
    Love the Variety of Sound stuff also.

  • Users avatarnanotron

    FLs Maximus on Kick & Snare and/or FL Limiter for sidechaining other intstruments. A little phaser on HiHats (most of the time the osc-modulation does it too). And NI's Deep Reconstruction for getting wild and organic on toms and percussion.

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