Archive for the ‘Combinator Instrument’ Category

Sonic Charge: Echobode – 36 Free Patches

May 12, 2013

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Finally some news from me! I give you a little 36 patches pack for the Sonic Charge Echobode owner. This kind of effect is sometimes unpredictable on some material. So I have created these patches using a simple sine wave as source of sound. Going this way you can get a good idea on the harmonic content added by this device. I should say that you can obtain really awesome sound transformation on simple sine. If you want to get a great idea on the original patch sound, then use a sine wave but you can put in whatever you want, it’s all up to you. I’ve just enhanced your range of Echobode tones. You will also find one combinator I have designed for bass sounds, which should works fine on leads too. (more…)

Refill: Thor FM first series

March 1, 2013

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Since the release of the PX7 FM Synthesizer in the Propellerhead Shop, I got the idea to create a refill for doing complex FM synthesis with Thor synthesizer. Maybe, you don’t know how to create FM algorithms? Maybe you are still using Reason 5 and don’t have access to REs? Or you just don’t want to pay 99$ for the PX7 FM Synthesizer ? No matter what is your situation, this free refill is a first attempt for me to create a FM synthesis refill using the Thor synthesizer. In this pack, you will find 102 patches divided into 4 algorithms of 4 operators. If you want to design your own sound from scratch using a starting point use patches named: Algo A Init, Algo B Init, Algo C Init and Algo D Init. I have also included into each patch a combinator backdrop showing the oscillator algorithm (routing).

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Rack Extension: Omino WBL5515 exploration

February 23, 2013

WBL5515_SinglePatchOnly one day since my last post! First, I have to say that I will not always be quick like this with my post frequency. Most of the time, I’m overwhelmed. Now… Since the WBL5515 is available in Propellerhead’s shop I didn’t really use it. I had to play with 5 to 10 minutes ending by saying to me that it was a simple toy generating clicks and noise and there wasn’t much to get out of that. Really, I was sceptical as for the enthusiasm of others. BUT! By taking a look at Propellerhead’s forum about that weird rack extension, I saw a comment telling to try with a Dr. Rex connected in his auxiliary inputs. Then, I tried the thing. I thus created you a patch generating glitch sounds rather interesting.

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