I have uploaded a new build of P-600-G VST3 which makes some cosmetic changes to the Randomize Program Settings dialog: unlocked controls are now tinted red and I eliminated the “open lock” icons so that the parameter values are not obscured as they change. Apart from that, functionality is the same. Get the new version on the P-600-G VST3 page.
As a use-test of the P-600-G VST3 plugin, I created this cover of “Betrayed in the Octagon” by Oneohtrix Point Never. It uses only sounds generated by the Prophet-600 analog synthesizer enhanced by various effects boxes and plugins. In this video, I scroll through the Reaper project to reveal the various audio and MIDI tracks that were used to recreate the song, and at the end the P-600-G program settings for each voice are displayed.
Check out the P-600-G page to download the plugin and get more information!
I am at work on another editor/librarian VST3 plugin, this time for use with the Sequential Circuits Prophet-600 analog synthesizer from 1982. It’s a relatively simple instrument, so I expect to have it done within the next month or so. I am also planning to add parameter randomization functionality to this plugin, and I will probably update MophoGUI and Matrix-6G to include it as well.
As a use-test of the Matrix-6G VST3 plugin, I created this cover of “Vitamin C” by Edgar Froese, from the soundtrack to “Kamikaze 1989” (1982). It uses only sounds generated by the Matrix-6R rack-mount analog synthesizer module plus various effects boxes and plugins (compression, reverb, delay, phasing). In this video, I scroll through the Reaper project to reveal the various audio and MIDI tracks that were used to create the song, and also display the Matrix-6G patch settings used to create each voice.
Check out the Matrix-6G page to download the plugin and get more information!
As a use-test of the MophoGUI VST3 plugin, I created this slow, atmospheric acid jam in Reaper using only sounds generated by the Mopho desktop analog synthesizer module plus various effects boxes and plugins (compression, reverb, delay, phasing). In the first half of the video, I scroll through the Reaper project and reveal the various audio and MIDI tracks that went into creating the song. In the latter half, I isolate each of the Mopho sounds and display the MophoGUI editor settings used to create them. Program parameters that were automated to change over the course of the recording are circled in red.
Check out the MophoGUI page to download the plugin and get more information!
I have just completed coding for the MASTER options window, where you can edit MIDI, vibrato, and miscellaneous settings. I also included a Patch Map editor window where you can customize the selection of patches via MIDI program change messages. There are still a couple of features to implement (undo/redo and saving/restoring), but completion of this plugin is in sight!
I have just completed coding the SPLITS editor window. A “split” lets you define two keyboard zones with distinct patch voices assigned to them, allowing you to play two different patches with a single keyboard controller. It is also possible to overlap the two zones, creating even more sound possibilities.