pandaMidi Future Impact Sound Samples and Patches




Here are some sound samples recorded with my Future Impact bass synth pedal.

This is a new bass synth pedal to replace the AKAI Deep Impact. In fact, it's designed and manufacturered by the same developer that worked on the Deep Impact. Thus it maintains that same general feature set and sound range but also expands it in a ton of great new ways: four VCO, multiple wave forms, three filters, harmonizer, some multi effects, provided MIDI control including MIDI Note triggering, and so much more fun stuff.

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Various quick down swept bass sounds
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Ten quick down swept bass synth tones. Really it's the same general VCO setup with just various blends and filter tweaks. Shows how many sounds you can get with just minor adjustments.
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Various square wave patch
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Eight fast responding square wave sounds.
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Various PWM wave patch
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Eleven pulse width modulation (PWM) wave sounds.
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Various SAW wave patch
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Four SAW wave sounds.
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Various oriental plucked strings
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Weird oriental plucked string sounds I somehow stumbled upon using HPF. Play your bass 12th fret and above for the best sound.
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Bass synth with octave up delay
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Dual voice PCM patch, then Source Audio Nemesis Shifter (octave up) delay added for another dimension.
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Odd filter glitch
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Was working on taking some existing short-attack/decay patches and making them have longer attack/decay and stumbled across a specific decay/frequency combination that causes the filter performance to change  from it's standard just-a-decay to some odd muted-then-full-volume sound. Change the decay or filter a little, it returns to normal behavior. Weird and fun.
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Bass pads
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Some pads leveraging slow attacks and the built-in delay/verb effects. Note that the attack/decay maxes out fairly fast, and you need to have distinct gaps in the notes or the filter may not close before you trigger the next note. Which you may like.
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BOSS OC-2 emulation
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
Attempted to emulate a BOSS OC-2 OCT1 tone. Sound sample goes: clean bass, OC-2 OCT1 soloed, Future Impact soloed, another FI soloed, another FI soloed, same patch but blended, OC-2 blended, then clean again.
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Synth cello using 100% wet reverb
Lakland Duck Dunn P-bass, fingers
Reamped bass loop > Future Impact > back into the Profire > Amplitube Ampeg SVT sim
A slightly modified OC-2 simulator patch with more VCA Attack pushed through a Source Audio Dimension Reverb using a 100% wet Metal Box Verb sound to simulate a synth cello. Then I bypass the verb, then enable it again.






Last updated 02-22-2016  

 

 
 

 
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