Neurofunk in Obsidian

I’m interested to see if anyone has managed to make a decent neurofunk bass patch in Obsidian as I’m struggling lol. Please could you help me out or point me in the right direction? TIA.

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  • @dendy - can you help out Pete?

  • Dendy has created the neuro-themed bass patches in the factory presets. Probably the best bet is to start with them. The complex class in the wavetable oscillator is made for these kinds of sounds. But to be honest, Obsidian is not Serum, so it’s going to be a lot of work. An OTT-type multiband compressor AU might be useful though. Barkfilter maybe, although FAC Maxima is sometimes more effective. Also multiband distortion / overdrive, I use FAC Bandit a lot, I hear Saturn is the goat if you have the budget for Fabfilter, I don’t. But I don’t really do a lot of neuro, so take my advice with a grain of salt.

  • @Stiksi said:
    An OTT-type multiband compressor AU might be useful though.

    There’s also WOOTT auv3 by Bram Bos - literally modelled on OTT:

    https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/woott/id1511149985

  • Oh hey 👍

  • @Stiksi said:
    Dendy has created the neuro-themed bass patches in the factory presets. Probably the best bet is to start with them. The complex class in the wavetable oscillator is made for these kinds of sounds. But to be honest, Obsidian is not Serum, so it’s going to be a lot of work. An OTT-type multiband compressor AU might be useful though. Barkfilter maybe, although FAC Maxima is sometimes more effective. Also multiband distortion / overdrive, I use FAC Bandit a lot, I hear Saturn is the goat if you have the budget for Fabfilter, I don’t. But I don’t really do a lot of neuro, so take my advice with a grain of salt.

    Thanks for the feedback I’m trying to get some close basses to Noisia, Phace, Mefjus etc but not entirely sure it’s possible with Obsidian. There doesn’t seem to be many tutorials on NS2 regarding bass design which is a shame.

  • As bass like this would be sick if it could be created in Obsidian

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