20:29 To keep things interesting, Hatcha and Lost decide to switch up the bassline during the track. “We wanted to make it a bit more midrange so that the guys that like the rough stuff can relate to it as well,” explains Lost. The switch-up bass sound comprises two layers made with separate instances of Albino 3. The first is a subby bass patch that sounds much like the original bass noise but with an extra oscillator set to the synth’s harmonically complex Spectr25 shape. The second is a tearing midrange sound based around the Spectr25 shape, distorted via the instrument’s lo-fi effect. “A lot of that crunch is to do with the Albino lo-fi – you can change the Cutoff to control the amount of crunch,” says Lost. To tame the highs on this track, Fruity Filter is applied in low-pass mode to leave just the very top end of the signal. “It just made it a bit warmer, a bit more organic,” he adds.
“We YouTubed David Attenborough and found some cool sounds. The sample we used was a bird, but the bird was mimicking a monkey!”