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Q TELEPHONED q CALLED TO SEE YOU. Q PLEASE CALL BACK. M E S S A G E q RETURNED YOUR CALL. Q TELEPHONED q CALLED TO SEE YOU. Q PLEASE CALL BACK. M E S S A G E q RETURNED YOUR CALL. Q TELEPHONED q CALLED TO SEE YOU. Q PLEASE CALL BACK. M E S S A G E q RETURNED YOUR CALL. Q TELEPHONED q CALLED TO SEE YOU. Q PLEASE CALL BACK. M E S S A G E q RETURNED YOUR CALL. Q TELEPHONED q CALLED TO SEE YOU. Q PLEASE CALL BACK. M E S S A G E q RETURNED YOUR CALL. Q TELEPHONED q CALLED TO SEE YOU. Q PLEASE CALL BACK.
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Hey guys welcome back to another tutorial from fm8 tutorials calm and ads if you're not subscribed to a YouTube channel you can do that at youtube-dot-com forward-slash it is our totes, so that was a quick demo of the sound we'll be making today in FM 8 I wanted to go over how you can use FM 8 to make some pretty thick in lush pad sounds it's definitely kind of thought more of as a bass and lead synth, but you can still get some pretty cool pads out of it so first thing I'm going to make a new instance of fm8 I'm going to drag this down, so we can kind of hear how it's coming along oh and a quick note I did have some stereo delay on it very little amount just from native plugin in logic and also had an extra reverb on it just to thicken it up all things that I would definitely suggest doing to your own pad sounds if you're making them in FM 8 because if they do tend to even if they're made really well they kind of have a fairly digital sound and sometimes that's not always the best thing when you're getting that sound into a mixing environment so going to make a new sound and that's what we got so far so let's jump right into it in the master section I'm going to turn a sterner output to about 75 79 around there you don't want it all the way up I found with FM 8 and pads because to get a pad sound you can't, you have to mess with your envelopes to get kind of get a rising and a falling evolution so the sound moves, and it's not static and if you have it all the way up towards 100 it can kind of start clipping in FM eights a little way, and it doesn't sound too useful for a pad, so we can do for the input put that up to a hundred and the voices let's make that 10 for our polyphony and for our unison ready 24 and keep the dynamic selected and the D tuned we're gonna Jack that up to about 40 to give it some thickness and the pan will do a hundred I just turn the volume down to 70 and sorry kind of neat sound in its own right for the ornaments we just leave it on auto and the quality this is important for the digital let's put that at 49 so any — 45 – 50 you'd probably find in the analog I'm going to do around 30 that buzzing sound you kind of hear that's coming from the digital so if you want less of that in the sound just turn that down I think it adds a nice element, so I have it at 23 for now, so it'll be a little different from the sound I played in the beginning, but you'll get the idea now the effects I like if you've seen some of my tutorials I like working with the effects on and if I mean it kind of helps me when I'm starting a sound from scratch so with this with a pad sound I generally know I'm going to want reverb on it and the chorus delay just pretty much almost every time it helps thicken up the sound so, and I'll also just throw in a shelving EQ just to get some extra volume, and it's a way I can control the volume but depending on what operators I'm using and waveforms I'm using in the operators it's always helpful to put the...