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The trumpet lead is not a trumpet emulation. The aim is to create a sound as present and catchy as the sound of a trumpet. Usually, this sound is get using a comb filter to get a signal close to the dirac comb. To get this, we use the Hans Geiger wave.

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What you need Edit

How to get it Edit

  1. Open the application,
  2. Add a Heisenberg,
  3. Put a Hans Geiger wave for the oscillator A,
  4. Put the volume of the oscillator A to 0.000dB (default),
  5. Detune the oscillator A to -24 semitones (2 octaves down),
  6. For the main envelop, set the sustain level to 100% as the sound is constant,
  7. Reduce the release time as we will use reverb for this,
  8. Add a Tube and link it,
  9. To improve the sound, add an Graphical Equalizer and link it to the Tube,
  10. For A, set the gain around -18.000dB,
  11. Set the frequency around 32.703Hz,
  12. Set the quantity around 37.38%,
  13. Set the stereo around -0.920%,
  14. For B, set the gain around 9.415dB,
  15. Set the frequency around 147.885Hz,
  16. Set the quantity around 43.51%,
  17. Set the stereo around 0.000%,
  18. As the high frequencies are the most useful, add a second Graphical Equalizer and link it to the first Graphical Equalizer,
  19. For B, set the gain around 15.015dB,
  20. Set the frequency around 16744.036Hz,
  21. Set the quantity around 28.71%,
  22. Set the stereo around 0.000%,
  23. Add a Reverb and link it to the second Graphical Equalizer,
  24. Increase the level,
  25. Play a note.

You should get a sound that has the same effect as a trumpet. You can improve the sound with an Exciter.

Example Edit

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