Create A Sylenth Progressive Lead Patch
Learn how to make a Sylenth Progressive Lead Patch, this is a great sound to make and to build up your custom preset banks. Using the Modulation Envelopes is the key to creating your Progressive Lead sounds. The Modulation Envelope controls both the same Cut Off, in this case, Filter A.
First, you want to initialize your preset so you can start with a clean slate. Starting with Oscillator One we’re going to turn up the voices to 8, uncheck retrigger, and adjust the detune knob to 4.05.
The amp will be necessary for this sound. Turn up the Decay to six and a half, turn down the Sustain to 3.45, and turn down the Release to 4.3
An Oscillator two we are going to use Pulse wave, turn Voices up to 8, and Turn off retrig. Also, make sure to pitch Oscillator two down to -1. Now add a little bit of phase and adjust the Detune to about 4.0.
Go to Distortion effect, select Decimator, and turn down the Amount to 1.57.
Select input “A,” choose the cut-off filter and turn the Cutoff knob down to about 1.8 Hz. Adjust your Resonance to taste, turn your drive up, and turn up -12 dB
Add Cut-Off A from the drop down menu and turn your knob to 2 O’Clock. Adjust the ADSR to the following setting provided. Attack 1.44, Decay 4.28, and Release 5.4.
On the second Mod Env select Cut-Off A and adjust your knob to 1 o’Clock. For your ADSR make the following adjustments, Attack no change, Decay 3.0, Sustain no change, and Release 2.5. Now add your 3rd party Reverb and adjust to taste.
Select EQ and adjust to the image a close as you can. Adjusting your EQ will help brighten up the sound a bit.
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