Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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I was messing around the op block in low frequency,
and just realized that we can actually reduce a stereo chorus into only 2 modules:
Modulator and LFO in stereo Sine:
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Then I play with this methods and upgrade my old vibrato based chorus, and introducing: C->Horus
The Second Order, Experimental, Phase Modulator based Chorus.
The chorus gives you:
- 2 stages of modulators gives you 2 levels of chorus effect
- A flexible feedback loop which you can also make it act like an echo or flanger effects
- A Destructor effect which takes the feedback signal into the LFO used for the chorus, making some "distortion" effects
- Triangle wave option for the chorus to lower CPU usage

Alert!
The module can be unstable due to the feedback loop in high volume, be aware of the feedback and input level.

Here is the module:
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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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https://warmplace.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=5785

I made a module called ProSubQ.

It removes often unwanted ultra low sub frequency's.

It can be tricky to work with such tight margins when dealing with sub frequency's, so using a bunch of stacked ProFilters and some MultiCtrl's I made this thing anyone can quickly get good results form.
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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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Using SunVox for like a year and still a beginner. :)
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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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Frequency dependent delay. loads of uses... mainly to make things sound all dreamy..............
i designed it to be used with units set to 0 (sec/16384) with little or no feedback as sort of an enhancer as well.

have fun!
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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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A while ago I tried to make a note off trigger module and after some forum questions Queries came up with a solution. It is a very usefull module for triggering the note on key release and I think it should be implemented in the new sunvox!
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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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Is this thread OK to post curves?

Here is a multictl curve that has a "detent" region in the middle.

If you have a MIDI controller with knobs that have detents, and they sometimes give 63 or 65 instead of 64 for the center value, this curve will make sure that the exact middle (16384) is emitted from the multictl.
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Re: Effects for SUNVOX 2.0

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Piggy-Back Delay

this is for composers who need more notes... i guess. its called the piggy-back because the vocal teacher said it sounded like pig noises coming from my room. you have 3 channels that are configurable, each is a.... i donno just play with it. it uses tics so remember to set the BPM to the same as your tune.

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