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    Sylent1 Challenge - Can you make this sound in Sylent1 VSTplugin?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXqdQWUXzh0

    This amazing pad sound like It could have been in the Terminator movies. It's really and amazing pad sound from the Synthesizer Waldorf Blofeld
    Does anyone know how to make such a beautiful pad sound With the Sylenth1 vst plugin?

    Regards poul

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    It sounds like some 80's detuned lead, which works a bit the same as a supersaw... and then you make a pad sound of it with a much longer envelope on the ADSR settings.

    I think (but I must admit that I don't have (soft)synths anymore) that you can reach a lot with two saw oscillators. Detune them by using something like +20 and -20 cents and tweak with those levels until you reach something that comes close to this. Ofcourse you can double things up, tweak a bit more with non-equalled detuning etc.
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