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|I made with Synthedit, a program by Jeff Mc Clintock: http://www.synthedit.com/
Synthedit is communities were many people program modules in C++ and share his work so the main program increase in possibility.
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Is a Ring modulator made for work with an external microphone; oscilloscope is for compare the wave played with the sine produced internally.
Ring modulator give the addition plus the subtraction of the two in's.
That's mean: 200 Hz + 250 Hz = 450 and 50.
In high region (I use with a piccolo flute) a little increase in air pressure or similar detune method produce heavy bass, when you are back to correct tune sound is like normal.
I prefer use with instruments poor in harmonics, but you can try with any kind.
K. Stockhausen made his famous piece Mantra with two pianos and two ring modulators.
Best with correct tune (if you play in C is best choose C)
Vol in = volume in
Filter = low pass, ring modulator give too mach harmonics so is best close a little the Filter. For these reason I dont give the possibility of change modulator wave, in my experience is best with sinusoid.
Mix = mix between dry and wet signal (you can use as send or as insert).
Nota = you choose the frequency; sorry I write notes in Italian style.
Ottava = you choose the octave.
||Mic to Midi download
This plug converts a microphone input in midi.
I make for use as percussions trigger, I play in percussion and I can have more percussion with a sampler or what you wont.
Is not good for melody because is not precise.
You can choose octave, sensibility for have the correct threshold of trigger and pulse length (if short you have too many notes).
For use in Cubase you need also a midi track and a virtual instrument track.
Granulator is based on granular synthesis, the plug is based on the object made by David Haupt he explains: A single-stream quasi-synchronous granulator. It buffers input audio and releases it in discrete grains of a specified duration, at a specified rate. Random variation can be applied to the grain length and grain rate, and they can be modulated by an external source.
The waveform in a grain can be a pitch-shifted version of the buffered input. There are 2 options for applying pitch shifting. In Fixed Grain Pitch mode, the amount of pitch shift specified at the start of a grain is used throughout its duration.
In Variable Grain Pitch mode, any changes in the amount of pitch shift are applied over the course of the grain as it is being generated. Random variation can be applied to the pitch shift, and in can be modulated by an external source. Extra buffering is required if the pitch shift is to be modulated at audio rates so that it will increase within each grain. See Gliss Allowance below.
Grains may be shaped using a variety of envelope functions, which are listed under the Envelope Type pin description below.
The phase of the grain generator can be adjusted so that streams from multiple instances can be offset and mixed.
There is also a reverb section made with an object by David Haupt and Jezar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This plug is intended for give an accompaniment at a instrumental part, with flute is very interesting, the parameter pitch var give a something like random melodies, pitch can raise or lower the range of frequency, grain rate is the speed (like in a sample and hold lfo) mix is wet and dry mixage.
Pitch - Pitch shift 5 = no change
Grain Size (ms) = Duration of each grain in milliseconds
Grain Rate (ms) = Interval between the start of one grain and the start of the next grain in the stream, in milliseconds. Should be set at least as long as the Grain Size.
Pitch Var - Amount of random variation to apply to Pitch Shift
Grain Size Var - Amount of random variation to apply to Grain Size
Grain Rate Var - Amount of random variation to apply to Grain Rate
Phase Shift - Shifts the phase of the oscillator that drives grain production
Range: 0 (for 0&Mac176;) to 10 (for 180&Mac176;)
Envelope Type - Selects the function used to shape the grain's amplitude envelope:
- None - Sine Gaussian - quasi-Gaussian - Rectified Sine - Triangle- Trapezoid
With Synt you can play a synthesizer with a monophonic instrument.
Is very simple, only one oscillator and a low pass filter with resonance and the possibility of modulate the cutoff with a LFO. You can choose the wave. I joint also a delay.
You can use as insert or send.
I use a module by Ralph Gonzalez.
With my Sopranino Recorder I can have fat sound and he fellow my melodies well.