Let me start by saying I don't know if this can be done, and if it can, I have no idea where to start.
I'm trying to figure out how to use the embedded sounds on my Roland GR-33 synthesizer to create a patch that sounds similar to breaking glass. The GR-33 is triggered by my Godin LGXT Guitar.
The GR-33 can layer 2 different sounds and can adjust a number of parameters that effect the sound, like acceleration, stereo eq, overdrive, phase, wah, overtone enhancer, rotary, compression, limiter, hexa-chorus, trem, flange, delay, hf damp, arpeggiator, harmonist, and many others.
There are 384 tones broken up into piano, organ, bell, mallet, ethnic, percussion, fretted, wind, brass, synth, techno, vox, strings, pads, and others.
If someone can tell me how to make such a patch, that would be appreciated. If someone can point me to some material that could teach me how to design and build this myself, that would be even better.
Thanks in advance,