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So a while ago I watched this episode of Regular Show titled "Meteor Moves". Near the end of the episode, a synth is used that I really like, and I haven't been able to find/make the synth since. Could anyone help me out? If it helps, I use FL Studio.
Time that the synth starts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jOFPv2yNuI#t=596 (if the link doesn't work, it's 9:56)
Don't use FL myself, but this can apply to any subtractive synthesizer.
Use a sawtooth oscillator, multiple if possible, slightly detuned from each other. Adjust the amp envelope with a slow attack and low release. Throw a lowpass filter on it, and adjust the cut off frequency to what you like. Assign your LFO to modulation the pitch of each oscillator very slightly. Maybe throw a chorus effect on it?