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ok, so äääähm. have to say kindzadza seems to be a lot fm stuff, but for learning how it works i agree vanguard to be the easiest way.
so as i mentioned go ahead in vanguard, try to get a clear (init) preset. u have to do that yourself, cause vanguard is not offering this itself. all settings should be neutral.
ok, lets have some fun. tell u this is just to give u a start
now pick up a fm waveform or one of the comb ones in osc one and set up the pitch to about 12 or 24 or 36 semitones up, whatever u like, usually the stuff is pitched pretty high. give it some more voices, 2-3 should be fine. now go ahead and put the fat button to around 60-75%, this should do the job so far.
now ur done with the waveform, looking for the movement in the sound. so..... to achieve this we take the first lfo and set it up to a hz in near audible range, so that its gonna self oscillating. i use to work with 161 bpm and put it up to around 22-44hz. play around with the pitch and pwm button, there u go. now maybe it´s time to adjust some adsr with short attack (u want the sound in your face, right?), some slight decay to your choice as it should be fast and short sound which decays pretty fast, sustain to your choice, and some slight release that the notes u will draw hit each other slightly (if u like). now u can adjust the pwm level to your choiceand play around a while until u get there where u like it
now you´re done with the basic settings of the sound. but not what u mean right?
so we have to do some more settings and go ahead to the filter section. the filter is what gives the sound its character and what u mean i guess is a notchy filter sweeping the sound u did right now on several frequencies.
so take the lp notchy one and have a listen. sounds pretty cool, give it some more crispness by adding some resonance until u like it.
cool stuff mate, ur nearly done. now as u like to have some movement on the filter go back to the lfo section and maybe take the first one u already set up and increase the cutoff button. COOOOOL STUFF
but i dont like that shit enough, so take the second one and adjust it some more slow. u want some movement and no static blahshitsoundanything. try something around 1hz or stuff and adjust the cutoff again there, decide your own if it should restart every note or not. and while you´re doin this also decide if u want the pitch also to be moved that way or go ahead and adjust another lfo for this job. whatever u like, as i told u just to give u something to think about. too easy for my taste....
now u got some kinda like kindzadza/darkpsy whatever leadsound. pretty thin for my taste and not that amazing. so .....hmmmm. what should one do now to get it some more impressive......
AHHHHHH, sure, the sound needs some room right. so just take the integrated reverb, some mix, some room, dump to taste that its gonna sizzling nice in your ears......
hmmm, ok. not that spectacular still, but already stuff one can use. ahhh sure, maybe some more room and crispness is needed to get it realloy cool... so the spread button whatever it is for (=D) does really awesome stuff on the sound if i increase it (maybe with some drive hellyeah). guess what it does, right....spreading the sound out of the middle.
have a listen.... WOOOUUUUHHH, wanna scream and shout damn holy shit thats gonna blast of my mind ...
so..... only one way to get something similiar pretty fast without the need to process the sound with any other plugin. overused one, but thats the way to go.
cheers, hope i did not forget any steps. if i did its up to u to find out the missing things.
now go ahead and apply what u learned to some better synth, think about what could be done better or which possibilities of other synths could add some more coolness to your sound and......
have fun, enjoy: