How To Design The Ultimate Super Saw Wobble In FL Studio

Build a cool sounding super saw wobble patch from scratch in just a few minutes. Learn how it's done with Rishabh Rajan.  

FL Studio ships with some amazing synths and instruments and one of the most powerful is Harmor. In this video from the course FL Studio 201: Sound Design Workshop, Rishabh Rajan shows you how to use Harmor to create a cool-sounding super saw wobble patch that could fit into any number of electronic productions.

FL Studio 201: Sound Design Workshop

Starting with the default patch, he begins by adding Unison to fatten up the sound with a total of 7 voices. Moving through the synth's control sections he then creates pitch envelope data and then turns his attention to the filter frequency - modulating this is the key to getting the effect you want. You will see that by creating a graduated LFO modulation curve rather than a simple uniform one, he is able to make the effect transition in gradually - a clever trick that will help you make more interesting sounds. Be sure to check out the full course using the links below for a complete guide to sound design in FL Studio.

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