Attack Decay Simulator for Guitar

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Popnfrsh24
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Post 09 Aug 2019

Hey there,

I have been listening to Fleetwood Mac's Dreams recently, and thought about that guitar in it. Am I able to achieve the attack decay through playing my guitar thru a device in Reason? Is there a clever way to achieve this?

I'm looking for the same effect that this pedal has when he actually plays the fleetwood mac song (2 min 9 sec).




Thankya,

Pop

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guitfnky
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Post 09 Aug 2019

you should probably be able to get there, or pretty close with a Pulveriser. use the envelope follower section and send it to the volume (instead of to the filter, which would give you an envelope wah).

calebbrennan
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Post 10 Aug 2019

"Popnfrsh24"

I've been a big proponent in trying to emulate electro harmonix pedals in reason
I've gotten very close using the pulverizer for attack envelope but no cigar
,polar for pitch and
scream overdrive/ tape
I've created some amazing patches

But EHX does it better with this pedal

I wish Propellerheads would partner with EHX to sell a Rack Extension of famous Ehx guitar for the recording artist

Guitarist will still buy their pedals

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mjxl
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Post 10 Aug 2019

You could try DEG-2 to create the envelope https://www.propellerheads.com/shop/rac ... generator/

It has attack/decay parameters together with a scale per envelope
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Popnfrsh24
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Post 10 Aug 2019

cool thanks for all the info!

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diminished
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Post 10 Aug 2019

I'm no guitar player but that's one damn fine and versatile pedal.
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Popnfrsh24
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Post 10 Aug 2019

guitfnky wrote:
09 Aug 2019
you should probably be able to get there, or pretty close with a Pulveriser. use the envelope follower section and send it to the volume (instead of to the filter, which would give you an envelope wah).
I am trying to do this, but I am 2 dumb to figure this out. Can you help me with what I have to do inside the Pulveriser? I can't figure it out.

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ljekio
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Post 11 Aug 2019



For decay effect you can use any of transient shapers.
IMO best of that is kilohearts plugin.

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guitfnky
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Post 11 Aug 2019

Popnfrsh24 wrote:
10 Aug 2019
guitfnky wrote:
09 Aug 2019
you should probably be able to get there, or pretty close with a Pulveriser. use the envelope follower section and send it to the volume (instead of to the filter, which would give you an envelope wah).
I am trying to do this, but I am 2 dumb to figure this out. Can you help me with what I have to do inside the Pulveriser? I can't figure it out.
apologies, I had that wrong...I could’ve sworn you could send the envelope directly to the filter or the volume, but it goes to the filter or the *rate* of the oscillator. you can send the oscillator to volume, but that won’t get you what you need. sorry about that.

Popnfrsh24
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Post 11 Aug 2019

ljekio wrote:
11 Aug 2019


For decay effect you can use any of transient shapers.
IMO best of that is kilohearts plugin.
Sweet! I think this will work great!

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Zac
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Post 11 Aug 2019

For the Fleetwood Mac attack effect this seems to be working...
attack env.zip
Ive got a dr rex playing a chord instead of guitar input. Just copy the pulveriser and thor into the insert box of your audio track (guitar) and make sure they are connected to the device in/out jacks.

Then adjust the attack etc on Thors Global envelope.

It's a reason 10 file btw.
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