Had fun with this today so thought it might be interesting to put up. I think most of this can be subbed for your preferred option. I found the Phaser and modulation was the key to some of the interesting tones and some sort of reverb was important.
Title: Didgeridoo sound
Ingredients: U-Tone, Phaser, SV-Filter, Slew/Edge, 2Env, 2VCA, Multifx, Seq8 or replace any of these for what you have
Recipe: Self-oscillate the u-Tone module and put the audio out into the in of the phaser.
The Phaser is set to full feedback and full wet. LFO Rate is at 2o'clock, LFo depth at 4o'clock, Shift at 11 and cv on full. Neg and 8 stages. CV1 and 2 are modulated by the Seq8 raw and CV respectively. The wet out of the Phaser goes into the in-L of the SV filter
SV Filter has Resonance and Freq at 1o'clock.The CV1 is at 3o'clock. Run the LP out through a VCA that is CV controlled by an envelope that is triggered by a slight Slew/edge.
Take the out of the VCA into the MultiFX on reverb2 with Dry and Wet on full.
Then play with the Freq knob of the SV-filter and the high knob of the U-tone for interesting variations.
Wow, never thought about self oscillating the micro-tone. This is already the second technique I picked up from the forum in less than 2 days (ampersands' pinging of the kuzmin filter). Excellent didgeridoo sound. Had an immediate flashback to the days we were young spring chickens. Thanks for sharing.
yes.....yes...spring chickens how good was that track. I did to a track with it but didn't sound that good. thanks pt3r and that pinging of the Kuzman was very cool. I'm continually amazed by the forum.