LuSH-101 Oliver Chesler Presets

I was asked to make some official presets for D16’s LuSH-101 software synthesizer. It’s a very easy synth to program. You get 8 full synth layers, effects and arpeggiation (with shuffle) per layer and master effects. You can do some really great things with that. Take a listen to some of my presets. These of course swing towards weird and techno such as that’s what I do. I think I had as much fun naming the presets as I did making them. There is a free demo of LuSH-101 so try it out for yourself!

“LuSH-101 is a synthesizer created from modules that can be found in many modern virtual synthesizers, all combined into a single compact and logically intuitive design. However, this basic simplicity combined with its multilayer architecture turns it into an easy-to-use but extremely powerful instrument that can be programmed and tweaked quickly, almost effortlessly leveraging its maximum potential.” – d16.pl

For more info: d16.pl/lush-101

4 Comments

  1. Sounds nice and I like your presets names, reminds me of the early nineties ;)
    However, this synth is barely unusable unless you got a monster computer… too bad.
    I like TAL concept to make a V1 for standard users and a V2 for those with faster machines.

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    1. I had no problems on my Macbook Pro 2.3 i7… I do know that’s a powerful computer but I thought I would mention it.

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  2. I agree this. LuSH is really not gentle to the CPU. It takes the same resources as NI Massive with only one mono saw tone and without any modulation or effects. I brought it to 80% with 8 Layers.
    But anyway, it makes really a lot of fun running 8 layers with the same sequence. Stating with the same default saw tone and then start doing different modulation, different panning, different appegiators…getting a flat 8 layer massy sound to different 3D positions.

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  3. Have you noticed the filter stepping like crazy?? I just got NFR copy last night and while playing around, i noticed the filter steps. Very unfortunate.

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