Trying to replicate this techno chord that you hear in this track below starting at 2:04.
It's a very common sort of sound in techno, however I cannot seem to set it to sound like that. It sounds very good where the resonance picks up that lush underbelly while also keeping a very dark tone. It seems as though it has some slapback delay associated to it. This chord has variations throughout the track.
I am basically trying to use different waveforms but it's such a low end rumble that I can't pick it up. I'm pretty sure it's a saw, but not sure if that even matters much. What I'm doing is having two saw waves with the cutoff about halfway, with the envelope filter moving backwards toward the lows to about 8 o clock or so. My resonance is about 45% up. The envelope for the filter is a short attack with an exponential slope to get that really fast rise with medium to high sustain and a short release. I've added some nice distortion to fatten it up with one of the oscillators an octave higher than the other, with two voices each. Image of serum program below:
I've also tried this on my prophet 6 to no avail. I get a similar sort of sound but nowhere near the powerfulness you get from the track above. It would be good to add this sort of technique to my arsenal in a way that I can make it sound however I wanted to.