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A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

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A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Sat Jun 13, 2020 6:04 pm

Years ago I did a simulation of the rare Synton Syrinx, that was best known for it's unusual Dual Peak/LowPass filter. The filter has even been offered on it's own for modular synths. BobF's Dual Peak sounded better than anything else I tried, so I adapted it to this - thanks Bob!

This greatly upgraded version, CyRinx II has the oscillators upgraded to wave selectors that cross-fade from one shape to the next, rather than switching; but more importantly, they can individually toggle to Martin's padOsc.

With Sub Osc, Ring Mod and Noise.

Four different Filter routings.

The Aftertouch Assign and Bend Assign can each toggle to control by other MIDI controllers.

Packed with a huge bank of presets by Manfred Pleumer - thanks MP!

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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby Spogg » Sun Jun 14, 2020 11:15 am

Another really nice looking and sounding synth, and Manfred’s presets are a major bonus.

Much appreciated.

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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Sun Jun 14, 2020 11:56 am

Thanks!

The filters remind very much of you-know-what. :)
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby tulamide » Sun Jun 14, 2020 12:57 pm

k brown wrote:Thanks!

The filters remind very much of you-know-what. :)

Speaking of filters, why is there only ... :lol:
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Sun Jun 14, 2020 4:20 pm

Veerrryy funny! :lol:

On a serious note, hows the '_larger' GUI size on your monitor?

And is the latest export of Vektor still behaving, or have you given up on it?
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby tulamide » Mon Jun 15, 2020 12:22 pm

k brown wrote:Veerrryy funny! :lol:

On a serious note, hows the '_larger' GUI size on your monitor?

And is the latest export of Vektor still behaving, or have you given up on it?

Vektor is still behaving. And I have not given up :)
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby adamszabo » Mon Jun 15, 2020 12:42 pm

Its a shame that the sliders do not match the aesthetic of the rest of the synth. The main background and knobs are nice hardware looking, but the sliders are flat digital looking :?
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby MichaelBenjamin » Mon Jun 15, 2020 1:56 pm

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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Mon Jun 15, 2020 3:47 pm

It's not a shame - it's the latest trend: "Graphical Hybrids". Join the movement, Adam! :? :ugeek: :mrgreen:

Actually, given that some of the non-3D elements are kind of a necessity (the grey 'drag boxes' and the color-changing Filter Route diags, it would probably make more sense to go 'digital-flat' with the knobs.

As to a video, the old XP machine I use for FS I don't think would run the necessary video software to do one. Do you think there's insufficient explanation in the pop-up Info pane? Should I flesh that out more?
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby pshannon » Mon Jun 15, 2020 4:14 pm

k brown wrote:It's not a shame - it's the latest trend: "Graphical Hybrids". Join the movement, Adam! :? :ugeek: :mrgreen:

Actually, given that some of the non-3D elements are kind of a necessity (the grey 'drag boxes' and the color-changing Filter Route diags, it would probably make more sense to go 'digital-flat' with the knobs.

As to a video, the old XP machine I use for FS I don't think would run the necessary video software to do one. Do you think there's insufficient explanation in the pop-up Info pane? Should I flesh that out more?


For HD, I would agree, if you are using SD it was made for that, but who wants to watch a video is SD today? haha
I started editing video in the early 2004 using 32 bit OS. But you could always hook the XP machine up to your MAC through video capture too? :)
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