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    How to make this lead effect

    Hi guys.He know someone how to make this effect?
    http://www.speedyshare.com/184924233.html

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    Depends on what software you use, but the concept is quite simple;

    it's basically an oscillator that controls the panning of the track.

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    I agree with Mister Garden. It's called an LFO or low-frequency oscillator and it's being applied aggressively to the pan effect (probably at 100% pan modulation for the LFO). The producer is then either manually turning up the LFO rate to make it sweep back and forth faster or has one LFO tied to another to make it speed up then slow down. Most soft synths have this capability of tying one LFO to another and then the second LFO gets tied to the pan.
    LFO's typically have 4 parameters: rate, depth, waveform and destination. Rate is how fast the LFO changes or rings. Depth is how much (usually a percentage) the LFO affects the destination. Waveform usually defaults to sine wave but there can be triangle, pulse, square, saw, random or other waveforms as well. Sine and random (or sample-and-hold) are most prevalent. Finally, destination refers to the thing being modulated.
    So, in this case we have at least 1 LFO with its depth control set to maximum, destination set to pan (short for panorama), waveform set to sine and the rate control starts low and then is increased slowly then decreased back to its starting point.
    Hope this helps. Cheers!

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    Thanks for the tips guys.I will try to make this.

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    it´s beautiful

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