• mianmogra

    Hello everyone, thanks for the mention @Jona!
    @MeneerJansen That TR-808 snare is for a client, so I'm unable to share it.
    On the other hand, here's a more basic TR-808 kick and snare, it has the basic blocks for it: kick-and-snare.pd

    • One oscillator with two harmonics, each harmonic has its own envelope curve and one is more snappier than the other.
    • A filtrated noise source with more decay time than the drum layer

    You can make it snappier by distorting the first milliseconds.
    If you know synthesizer terms you can try and emulate it better using to Adam Schenider's tutorial to make an 808 style snare.

    @ingox There is a sample being played for comparison with my synthesized version.

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  • mianmogra

    @metaphysician Sure thing, ask away here or in a private chat. My discord username is Mike Moreno#1780
    [mct~] is additive synthesis using different envelope curves for each harmonic.
    [piano~] is pretty straight forward, just 3 karplus-strong operators a little bit detuned.
    I still want to make a better, more realistic piano sound, but in order to do this I need to understand how to create inharmonicity using allpass filters.
    Judging from an spectrograph of a piano sound, the upper harmonics seem to be gradually shifting from the fundamental frequency, there's even a little bit of pitch modulation. Here's a good reference using additive synthesis min 1:46

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  • mianmogra

    Thanks! I'll probably port it to Camomile and Heavy VST in the future.
    I also need to document this for future reference,
    Documentation and promotion is half the battle lol

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  • mianmogra

    A synthesizer focused on the creation of acoustic drum-like sounds.

    Patch available here:


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  • mianmogra

    Hello pd people,
    I just updated the sound engine of my physical modeled electric piano VST made using Camomile.

    Download (VST for Llnux 64, Win32, Win64 & macOS)

    Video Demo

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  • mianmogra

    Actually makes me wonder. How do you detect the end of a cycle?
    This in order to sync the end of the cycle of my LFO2 to the start of my LFO1

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  • mianmogra

    Heres an example taking example in the Aphex twin song.
    This one modulates amplitude, but you can easily change it to pitch.
    Basically the LFO1 is changing the rate of the LFO2 which is modulating the amplitude.
    Heres the patch: Ball

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