Virtual Analog Synthetizer

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Virtual Analog Synthetizer
– Poly 8
– VCOs (x2).
– Multi-flavor 24dB LPF/HPF/BPF.
– Fast envelope (analog slope).
– LFO (x2).
– Flexible modulation.
– Arpeggiator (x3).
– PC / VST2.4 / SSE required.
– Interesting sound quality / CPU ratio.
– SR : 192KHz, 24Bits max.

Obscure / original / unusual / essential features description :

AUTO : re-trig EG, speed in BPM, 0 = OFF

VCO1 :
VCO/1A & 1B : ABFM mix between 1A & 1B, if waveform 1A=1B, FM mode is on.
The orange LED switch keyboard tracking ON/OFF

VCO2 :
MOD : VCO1 modulation from FM or PITCH or AM or AB.
BReaK : retrig VCO1, adjustable breakpoint.
FiNGeR : gated pitchbend : -3/+3 octave range.
SPeeD = FNGR duration.

VCO1 & VCO2 common :
SHaPeR : -+100 deflate/inflate waveform, -+200 add soft distorsion.
RES MOD : modulation to F1 & F2 RES.

NB : VCO1 = violet, VCO2 = cyan

VCFs :
Click on label to change parallel / serial mode

PeaK : add a short peak when VCA start, useful for percussive sounds.
NOISE x2 :
K : Key tracking.
SEED : Noise density.
RES : Resonance.
A : Level amount.
TO : Destination to VCF1 or VCF2.

ARP x3:
SWING : +-50 BPM “varispeed”
TRNSP : channel transposition -+48 semi tone.

UNISON : Clone only VCO1.
DRIFT : add more “analog” behavior to essential components.
(N.B.: the VCOs shape change folowing the keyboard)
MWR : Modulation Wheel Response*
VR : Velocity Response*
GATE : Default Note Trigger

*green : slow, yellow : normal, red : fast
The Modulation Matrix :
Internaly AXONS is an 1v / Octave based analog synthetizer.
Each “slider” have a different range following the modulation destination.
The unit value is percent.
The switch color background help to show the destination module.

OFF No Source
LFO1 LFO1 (or EG) output
LFO2 LFO2 (or EG) output
NOISE1 NOISE1 output
NOISE2 NOISE2 output
MWHL modulation wheel
JSX JoyStick X axis output
JSY JoyStick Y axis output
A1G Arp1. GATE ouput
A2G Arp2. GATE ouput
A3G Arp2. GATE ouput

OFF No Destination
FEH Free EG Hold
FEA Free EG Attack
FED Free EG Decay
FES Free EG Sustain
FER Free EG Release
Ox10 VCO1 Octave x10
Ox1 VCO1 Octave x1
OxS VCO1 Octave /12 (semitone)
OxF VCO1 Octave /12 then /100 (fine)
ABFM VCO1 AB or FM rate
MOD amount of VCO2 to VCO1 modulation
Ox10 VCO2 Octave x10
Ox1 VCO2 Octave x1
OxS VCO2 Octave /12 (semitone)
OxF VCO2 Octave /12 then /100 (fine)
PHS VCO2 phase shift (known as FM)
BRK “sync” breakpoint
MIX mix between VCO1 and VCO2
SHPR Shaper rate
F1DW VCF1 Dry / Wet
F1C VCF1 center frequence (known as CutOff)
F1R VCF1 Resonance
F2DW VCF2 Dry / Wet
F2C VCF2 center frequence (known as CutOff)
F2R VCF2 Resonance
FMX VCF1 and VCF2 mix
DIST Distorsion amount
MEA Main EG Attack
MED Main EG Decay
MES Main EG Sustain
MER Main EG Release
PAN Panoramic
VOL Volume
N1S Noise 1 Seed (density)
N1A Noise 1 Amount
N2S Noise 2 Seed (density)
N2A Noise 2 Amount
L2S LFO 2 Speed
L2P LFO 2 Phase
L2R LFO 2 Retrig

Note to FL Studio users :
Make sure the setting “Reset plugins on transport” in the audio
options is disabled for optimal performance.

How To Install It ?
Drop the DLL into the VST folder. Call it from your VST host.

CPU Safe Tip :
– generally, setting knobs to min or max value saves CPU
– long EG release maintains CPU higher

Requirements :
– MS WINDOWS 2000, XP or VISTA (32bits)

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