Used for the "reverse chords" and "drop piano" on "The Girl", as stated by Hellberg in the song's official Splice project annotations (released May 1, 2015). > Reverse Chords: In my opinion the reverse chords are so important in the track. It's what gives the break that dark, ambient feeling. Without it the break would be so empty. I basically just took the chords, put a bunch of reverb on em, some EQing/filtering and put a Sugabytes [*sic*] WOW-filter on it. The WOW filter is what gives the sound it's character. > DropPiano: The piano in the drop is made using TruePianos. Like the reverse chords, this also has a WOW-filter on it to give it more edge and character.more
"I use Ableton Suite 9 currently. Large range of synthesizers, favourites include IL Harmor, Roy Papen's Blue 2, Adam Szabo JP6K, Serum, Spire, and of course Massive. As for processing I use Fab Filter Pro-Q 2 as my primary equalizer, Camel Audio Camelcrusher and Sugarbytes WOW for distortion, iZotope RX2 and Ozone 6 suites for various purposes, Valhalla shimmer for reverb along with Room and Ubermod for spatializing. Oh and BazzISM and Drumatic for creating drum samples And thanks to Eoin (Noisestorm) I just started using oxford transmod for transient modification."more
The only thing I like about this is that you can create standard formant vowels with the bandreject to create cookie-cutter growls, which IMO is only good if you want to add characteristic to sounds that aren't necessarily a true growl bass. Not worth 100$ IMO give the crappy filters that this thing claims to be superior at. Oh well!