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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby briandc » Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:20 pm

I created a very "moog" type patch for amSynth that might surprise... :)
You can hear it without effects at the bottom of this page: http://amsynth.com/amSynthDemos.html

Or you can hear it with chorus and delay added, here: http://amsynth.com/variousworks.html
(It's called "Double Muug.")

Let me know if you like it! :)


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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby briandc » Sun Mar 17, 2013 9:18 pm

Bank 7 for amSynth is done!
I'd love to hear people's thoughts, critiques, which patches they like, or just comments in general.

Sineshaper is also now part of the "family," too... :)

http://amsynth.com


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Postby briandc » Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:50 pm



The more coverage the better! ;)

I'll have to read up on the Minicomputer page, since I haven't jumped into that one yet...

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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby 5parkle5 » Mon May 27, 2013 8:38 pm

Brian,

Awesome job you've done so far with the site and ALL the patch banks you've created for AMSynth. I was going through them this weekend and discovered some sounds that really made me :D Also great names/descriptions for the patches -- easy to remember when I need to go back for more.

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Postby briandc » Tue May 28, 2013 1:16 pm

5parkle5 wrote:Brian,

Awesome job you've done so far with the site and ALL the patch banks you've created for AMSynth. I was going through them this weekend and discovered some sounds that really made me :D Also great names/descriptions for the patches -- easy to remember when I need to go back for more.


Thanks 5parkle5! I'm aware there are lots of repeats. Sometimes one sound may not inspire, but tweaking it just a bit changes things immensely.

If any of it inspires people to make good music, then I've accomplished something! :D

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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby briandc » Wed Jul 24, 2013 6:21 am

Bank 12 is now finished and downloadable! :D

http://www.amsynth.com/amsynth.html

Hope it inspires to great music!



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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby briandc » Wed Oct 23, 2013 7:35 pm

Bank 13 finished! Enjoy! :)

http://www.amsynth.com/amsynth.html

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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby zth » Wed Oct 23, 2013 7:51 pm

briandc wrote:Bank 13 finished! Enjoy! :)

http://www.amsynth.com/amsynth.html

brian

Great to see you're still going briandc! Will check these out later, thanks for your work man.

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Postby briandc » Thu Oct 24, 2013 6:55 am

zth wrote:Great to see you're still going briandc! Will check these out later, thanks for your work man.


No problem. I'm going to be working on another synth called "Vex" for a while now. If all goes well I'll be putting it on the website in the near future..


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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby briandc » Sun Dec 01, 2013 11:20 pm

Added Bank 14 for amSynth! :)

http://www.amsynth.com/amsynth.html

A few demos on the single-instance demo page.

Enjoy!

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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby DoosC » Mon Dec 02, 2013 7:18 pm

Nice thanks !
I wonder how do you manage to still find variations and new sounds, but I am happy that you do :wink:
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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby briandc » Mon Dec 02, 2013 8:38 pm

DoosC wrote:Nice thanks !
I wonder how do you manage to still find variations and new sounds, but I am happy that you do :wink:


I once thought about the issue of probability and randomness in a synthesizer. How many sounds can one produce?
Well, let's consider:
7 oscillator settings (sine, saw, triangle, square, pulse, noise, s/h) --2 oscillators: 7*7 or 49 combinations. (In reality there are many more, as the triangle morphs to the saw and the square morphs to the pulse)

sync and ring capabilities: 4 combinations. 4*49 = 196.

Six filter possibilities: 6*196 = 1176

Then there are the filter envelope settings, detunings and the LFO effects and drive...

I don't know how many possibilities there are, but the random function helps a lot. Especially since we humans probably are "limited" by our own creativeness, and so randomness helps us to find new possibilities. Any synth without a random function is limited by human creativeness!

Using multiple instances together should be very promising, too! :D


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Re: amSynth website coming along fine..

Postby briandc » Sun Dec 08, 2013 11:12 pm

Speaking of multiple (2) instances of amSynth:

https://soundcloud.com/briandc/mb-familiar

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