In this video producer and remixer Danny J Lewis creates three essential Soulful and Deep house patches with the Carbon Electra analogue synth plugin. His tutorial covers the synthesis steps required to carve out punchy warm bass and keys patches typical of the genre.
About Danny J Lewis
With remixes and releases on label heavyweights such as Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Soulfuric Trax, M.A.W. & Ministry Of Sound, Danny J lewis (aka Enzyme Black) has taken on the traditional New York house sound and given it a spin of his own.
His ability to span the genres is also apparent in his past work as part of Spiritual South, writing and producing the hit single ‘Green Gold’ amongst others.
As a DJ, Danny has performed to a diverse range of crowds from exclusive afterparty crowds to 5000 strong festival audiences. Adaptive and experimental where possible with an eye on the dance floor is his approach.
About Carbone Electra
Plugin Boutique have released Carbon Electra - a 4 Oscillator subtractive synthesiser featuring informative displays, editable step sequencer, vocal filter, integrated distortion and analog control. It is based on vintage analogue routing and features flexible modulation options including an editable stepper and note performer.
Carbon Electra has been developed to not only be a powerful and easy to programme synth, but also to serve as an advanced synthesis learning tool. There are no hidden menus and the plugin includes informative physics based graphic displays with a comprehensive info pane. Best of all, it sounds incredible.
What Others Say About It
• “It’s absolutely brilliant. My go-to synth” - Carl Cox
• “Amazingly tough, monstrous sound that cuts through anything” - Freemasons
• “Powerful and straight forward. That vowel filter is on the money.” - Mike Huckaby
• “A Virus sound with elements of Sidstation” - Ed Moris
Carbon Electra comes in VST2.4 32bit and 64 bit & Audio Unit formats and is available for both Mac and PC. It is available to purchase for $99/£59 exclusively from here.