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Synths by K Brown (Free)
Uh-Oh, look out - already there's minDy 2:

Many features/functions patterned after the Roland/SE Electronics SE-02, but retaining minDy's vintage interface.

- Multiwave LFO, with S/H and Random.
- Three-function XMod section.
- Sync.
- Filt EG control of Osc 2.
- Inverse-able Filter EG amount.

   
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(13-04-2018, 09:16 AM)k brown schrieb: Uh-Oh, look out - already there's minDy 2:

Many features/functions patterned after the Roland/SE Electronics SE-02, but retaining minDy's vintage interface.

- Multiwave LFO, with S/H and Random.
- Three-function XMod section.
- Sync.
- Filt EG control of Osc 2.
- Inverse-able Filter EG amount.

Can you please post the direct Lind to this plugin. I don't like to search Smile

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(13-04-2018, 09:16 AM)k brown schrieb: Uh-Oh, look out - already there's minDy 2:

Many features/functions patterned after the Roland/SE Electronics SE-02, but retaining minDy's vintage interface.

- Multiwave LFO, with S/H and Random.
- Three-function XMod section.
- Sync.
- Filt EG control of Osc 2.
- Inverse-able Filter EG amount.

Can you please post the direct Lind to this plugin. I don't like to search Smile

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Here is the short description.
http://forum.music-society.de/showthread.php?tid=4448

https://ln.sync.com/dl/57a6d9520/zsyvc6u...3-njqd9uws

They're both in the same folder.
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A fairly significant upgrade to Yumaha CS75M:

- More flexible 'VCOs'.  In place of the Saw and Pulse on/off switches are cross-fade sliders.  The Saw slider x-fades Sine>Peak>Saw>HiPass-filtered Saw (Spike).  The Pulse slider x-fades Sine>Tri>Square>Narrowing Pulses.
Click on the Saw/Pulse labels to turn one or both off.

- In place of the crap 'Chorus' section (I never could concoct a decent chorus with SM) is a Delay with very long Feedback and up to 10 sec. Delay Time.
    One can almost do an approximation of 'Frippertronics'.

   

https://ln.sync.com/dl/f9bbf3060/pc3bu7i...s-sicuxsyb
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Here's a little beast of a thing - a stereo pair of two Multimoog approximations coupled to my stab at the Octave CatStick.

In the course of putting this together, I also did some major revisions/corrections to Multipoly.

The Aftertouch section can toggle to Velocity or Wheel control.  The connection to the CatStick takes place the same way as one would connect it to the hardware's Modulation or Touch Mod Effects jacks.  Includes a Zip file with the Multimoog and CatStick manuals.

https://ln.sync.com/dl/7f3e588d0/rg9isam...9-3kd46mii

   
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Well, this is really embarrassing - I was going through Kujashi's presets for Arminator and noticed that most of them use Velocity to some degree (though almost none use Aftertouch; to do with his kb playing style, I guess?).  So I went to my CS-80 inspired pluggy (80-vox) and noticed that Velocity wasn't even working!  Maybe that's why we haven't heard anything further from him about presets for 80-vox?

Anyway - fixed now, plus there are two new variations on it:

80-vox II has simpler/different waveform controls (that I prefer) and,

80-vox_GX osc that has waveform controls that approximate those on the GX-1's 'Tone Board' programmer.  As many may know, the CS-80 was Yamaha's
'stripped-down' version of the GX-1's basic synth functions.

Here's the link to the original 80-vox with Velo now activated.

https://ln.sync.com/dl/008431dd0/v49tksz...4-zy4mu76w

And 80-vox II:

https://ln.sync.com/dl/915408ea0/8pdbjxb...t-wcki469t

Finally, 80-vox_GX osc:

https://ln.sync.com/dl/3d38289e0/6a8it59...g-xrvxsumg

Also, been on a bit of a Moog tear; completing and polishing a couple of things I started long ago:

SubStick - hints at a Sub Phatty (though rather incompletely, though Modulation section is a bit more like Sub 37) coupled to an Octave CatStick - great combo since this adds two LFOs to Phatty's single one.

   

And, SubTwo - similar, but with two Modulation sections and no 'Stick:

   
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I invite everyone to visit my website; several new instruments at the top of the page.  Many are utilizing my new favorite oscillator configuration.  It produces several waveform combos with just two sliders.  Sort of an extension of the ones in Moog's Sub synths and Voyager.  One slider's marked 'Saw', and cross-fades Sine>Peak>Saw>Hi-Pass filtered Saw with increasing cutoff frequency towards to top of travel (resulting in a bright 'spike' wave).  The other is marked 'Pulse' and cross-fades Sine>Tri>Square>Narrowing Pulse.  Like the Moog oscillators, there's no separate PW control - it's done by the Pulse slider.  Each slider has on/off switches so the output can be either or both.

The following instruments are utilizing these oscs:
   - Insoniq EZQ-1a
   - 80-vox II
   - CyRinx v1.01
   - Matrix-Six1 v1.01
   - eXpando II
   - Yumaha CS75M
   - ZoomChak pro II  (3-osc version of ZoomChak pro)

Here they are in Insoniq EZQ-1a  ("a" for analog):

   

I've never been really satisfied with the earlier iterations of EZQ-1 and feel that if I can't get anywhere near the extensive list of unique wavetable waveforms of the instrument, it's best to just take a completely different tack.  The most appealing aspect of the instrument for me has always been it's architecture, not the vast array of waveforms.  Especially for it's time, it was quite unique in having three oscillators coupled to dedicated DCAs, then feeding into a common filter.  This allows for some unique sound shaping possibilities, especially when almost every modulate-able parameter has two dedicated modulation inputs that can select any of the available modulation sources.  Plus four freely assignable envelopes, three LFOs and Velocity, Aftertouch, MIDI CC controllers, etc.  On the original hardware, DCO 1 and 2 can be Amplitude Modulated (sounds like ring modulator).  I've added the ability for both 1 and 2 to FM osc 3; so two Modulators into a single Carrier (this is known as a 'branch' algorithm), or 1 can modulate both 2 and 3 (one Modulator into 2 Carriers).

Another plug with a very unique architecture is twoBYthree, which was inspired by Ableton's early softy, Operator.  I've simplified it greatly so that all functions are visible on a single page with no hidden functions, etc.  When set up as an FM instrument, there's just a single fixed algorithm - three Mod/Carr pairs (hence the name).  This is the same as DX7's algorithms 5 and 6.  What makes Operator so interesting is it's hybrid nature; the oscillators can function as FM modulators/carriers or as analog-style oscillators that can be mixed, sync'd or ring modulated.  All going through a final filter.
In my spin on it, each osc pair has it's own dedicated filter and pan-able output.

   
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Just wondering..I assume it's just a graphical error..but is there any difference between "twoBYthree" and "threeBYtwo"?  I ask as over on the download page at Sync.com it lists only "threeBYtwo" and the interface for the same shows that name, too.  Whereas, on here, the image you posted shows "twoBYthree" and you refer to it as being that..not "threeBYtwo", which seems to be the only one with a name like that available to download.

LSS, it's the same syth, right? Smile
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(25-04-2018, 11:18 AM)A.M schrieb: Just wondering..I assume it's just a graphical error..but is there any difference between "twoBYthree" and "threeBYtwo"?  I ask as over on the download page at Sync.com it lists only "threeBYtwo" and the interface for the same shows that name, too.  Whereas, on here, the image you posted shows "twoBYthree" and you refer to it as being that..not "threeBYtwo", which seems to be the only one with a name like that available to download.

LSS, it's the same syth, right? Smile

Yes, sorry - same synth; I changed the name from threeBYtwo to twoBYthree because it made more sense - I just didn't get the image changed everywhere.  What you download from Sync will be twoBYthree.
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(25-04-2018, 11:42 AM)k brown schrieb: Yes, sorry - same synth; I changed the name from threeBYtwo to twoBYthree because it made more sense - I just didn't get the image changed everywhere.  What you download from Sync will be twoBYthree.

Thanks..I thought as much, but better to check than presume. Wink
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A considerable re-vamp to Rolend PG-238, my mash-up of functions from JX-3P, JX-8P and Alpha Juno.  The original release had all the Velocity-assigned functions controlled by Aftertouch, for reasons I can't now remember!  Plus I removed the shitty chorus and the stepLFO.  Lots of refinements and corrections, especially to it's added FM functions (such as, FM depth can now be modulated by either main LFO, instead of just the PWM LFO).   This improved version is also available with the chorus and stepLFO as PG-238s.  In the Mixer, I added the ability for the Osc 2 mod controls to alternately affect Noise.   The GUI is based on the programmer for the JX-3P, the PG-200. The PG-200 had partially an over/under controls layout, so to be more efficient with screen real estate I made it all side-by-side and utilized the left-to-right order of sections found on the ARP Odyssey - Osc / LFO / Mix / Filter / EGs / Amp.

   
https://ln.sync.com/dl/6e3448600/254hyvm...w-fn5adhft

Also, just added a four oscillator (two per 'synthline') version of 80-vox, 80-vox IV:

   
https://ln.sync.com/dl/2feb096c0/que6rme...x-2i9tu5rb

The two oscillators in each synthline share a common set of PWM controls.  The pairs can be mixed, ring modulated or function as a Modulator/Carrier FM operator.
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A major enough revamp of Atticus (my partial send-up of u-he's Bazille), that it's been re-named Atticus II.  In addition to much nicer knobs, I ended up going through much of the thing and doing a lot fine-tuning and correction; better control ranges and signal levels, etc.  Filter 1 changed to a LP>HP>BP cross fade (and can select LP 2-pole or 4-pole and BP 1-pole or 2-pole).  Except for a simple Tempo-sync Delay, the effects have been removed in favor of more actual synthesis functions - two Ramp generators, Inverter, S/H, and Dual Lag Generators.  The Analog option for the oscillators has been changed to one with greater flexibilty of waveform generation.  Patching is by drop-downs, like Zebra CM - so the Filters have mixers at their inputs.

My intention in doing this one was that my humble little IBM Thinkpad couldn't handle Bazille and other u-he synths, but I found their general architecture intriguing enough that I built approximations of Diva (Tyro), ACE (Joker) and Bazille (Atticus).

The oscillators' 'Digital' mode is only somewhat similar to Bazille's; they are primarily Phase Modulation (Yamha-style 'FM') oscillators.  In place of Bazille's PD (Phase Distortion, Casio CZ-style) section, there are a number of complex waveforms that are built with FM instead, but are 'shaped-up' form a sine wave using a control voltage in much the same way that Phase distortion did - it just results in different final shapes.  Like with Bazille, these shapes can then be further phase-modulated by the 'FM' section.  The 'Fractilize' section is not attempted.  Other wise it approximates the main 'Synth window' of Bazille.
https://ln.sync.com/dl/38446fd90/vzqtcv7...4-jzmk6y5w

   

Tyro has received a significant brush-up, as well.
https://ln.sync.com/dl/acff30e50/khys792...e-wmn92urg

   
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Even bigger re-vamp of spirit of Spirit.  More complete emulation of features, controls, etc., and a major correction to the Upper-Lower Filters controls and interaction.

   
https://ln.sync.com/dl/eff2869b0/qh96g23...j-2cyvqx9k

An even bigger re-vamp and improvement of Synthegrated 35B; so much so it got a new name - Synthegrated 35A, to reflect the fact that it's
functions are closer to the Moog System 35A.  This one's got Martin Vicanek's fingerprints all over it - all the oscillators except Tri are his custom-coded low-distortion ones and the filters are built around his re-tuning of the State Variable Filter.  The biggest change, however is that each VCO's waveforms are now properly available individually in the drop-downs rather than mixed at the VCOs' outputs.

   
https://ln.sync.com/dl/b0cff5db0/5j2ta6q...r-sprkspj4

Just finishing up an emulation of the Steiner-Parker Synthasystem modular - stay tuned.
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Here it is (well here they are; I decided to also do a larger version with a fourth VCO and second VCF):

Synthe-System

   
https://ln.sync.com/dl/130065350/t4imv2q...b-w53zk4gh

Primarily emulates what the Steiner-Parker manual called the 'Basic Studio' arrangement of modules.


Synthe-System_plus

   
(In same folder as the smaller one).

Of special interest with these are the Voltage Processor/Mixers with various combinations of attenuation and phase inversion, and the Triple Envelope Generator which is more complex and unique than it appears - all three are slightly different and they can be combined for more complex shapes.

I understand someone has started making the Steiner modulars again.
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Continuing in the modular vein - a run at a set of Macbeth X-Series modules -

Banquo :
   
 
https://ln.sync.com/dl/3324260f0/txsup83...2-mdtwidai

Those who know their Shakespeare will get the name.

Two Dual Oscillators (with Sync, X-mod and Ring Mod), two Backend Filters (complete synth modules, sans oscillators) one Mixer and one Dual SVF.
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And my stab at the semi-modular Cwejman S1 -

S-One
https://ln.sync.com/dl/a65f5ee30/5erkhyz...q-hchpqi57

   

This one's pretty crazy - takes some staring at to get the gist.
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I need help!

I don't know how many modular hardware users/owners hang out here, but even if no one has a Macbeth M5, may be someone with more experience with modular than I can help.

I'm building an M5-inspired plugin, but there are a few aspects of the M5's structure that can't really be gleaned by educated guesses from studying the front panel, and as AFAIK, there's no manual onliine.

Things get confusing/unclear in the top row of 'modules'.
- Looks like VCF 1 out is not pre-patched to anything, right?
- If a cable is plugged into the VCF 2 Audio Mixer's output jack, is the connection to the VCF broken, or is the new connection added to the VCF's input? Same question regarding VCF 2's CV Mixer.
- I can't for the life of me puzzle out what's going on with the output panning :
two inputs for the 'VC Panning'? One marked 'L VCA In' and one marked 'R VCA In' (OK, left and right VCAs) - but are these audio inputs to the VCAs or CV inputs to them? I assume they are CV inputs, since these two jacks have written above them 'VC Panning' - but since when does panning take two inputs and two sliders; a pan pot is a single control. I assume the jack and slider next to these marked 'LFO 2/CV In' is VC panning, normalled to LFO 2 - what's with the other two jacks/sliders. And exactly what is on the two 'Pan Out' jacks, and are any internal connections broken when cable are plugged into these?
- Just what is the routing/normalling in the lower half of this 'module'?
   
This thing's almost done, but I just need more info on how this part of the thing is connected/functions.
   

Since the M5 was mainly inspired by the ARP 2600, I did this up in 2600 'Grey Meanie' livery.
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Maybe @Bernie can help you.

He is a absolut modular freak

http://bernd-michael-land.com/
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Actually, I think I got this ironed out - I stumbled on a mirror of the Macbeth M5 web page on the Internet Wayback Machine, and it cleared a lot up.

https://ln.sync.com/dl/13b46e040/4aj5m86...g-gg3hzixn

   
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Last releases for the foreseeable future (back to painting!).  Two semi-modulars based on Pittsburgh Modular's SV-1 'Synth Voice' and their Foundation 4 set of modules.  SV-Two approximates a pair of SV-1s and is strictly subtractive (though the two oscs can FM each other), and Slab 4 is a combo of 'East Coast' and 'West Coast' - Subtractive plus Wavefolding, FM and Lopass/Gate sort-of thing-ys.   Both are re-imagined with copper faceplates and Bakelite knobs.

Slab 4
   
https://ln.sync.com/dl/a32ebd950/8iimnk9...7-vnbci54s

SV-Two
   
https://ln.sync.com/dl/40d6a4790/rzhibvd...g-9p7vsnsa
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