Compared to the current generation of deep, complex virtual instruments, LennarDigital’s Sylenth1 is a relatively basic soft synth.
Its simple subtractive architecture is based on four oscillators, two filters, two LFOs, two modulation envelopes and a handful of built-in effects. However, despite the synth’s modest set of features, it’s maintained its position as one of the most popular plugins on the market since its release in 2006, and remains the go-to virtual analogue instrument for many top producers.
In this walkthrough, we’ll show you how to turn Sylenth1’s power-packed oscillators and unison mode to the generating of massive stacked chords. Read more about How to create stacked chords in Sylenth1 at MusicRadar.com
Download the Sylenth1 presets and MIDI files used in this tutorial