Unofficial LV2 ports of 50m30n3's synthesizers
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LV2 ports by Jeremy Salwen 2010-20011 This is a package of three LV2 plugin synthesizers. To use them, you need an LV2 host which works with MIDI synthesizers. The different parameters (listed below for each synthesizer) can be controlled either from MIDI CC events through the "midi in" port, or they can be controlled using the LV2 control ports. These two options are exclusive, and can be switched between by the "Control Mode" option. For installation instructions, see the INSTALL file. This software is licensed under the GNU GPL V3 see LICENSE for details. Bug reports, questions and death threats to email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org. The following are relevant excerpts from the original synthesizers released by 50m30n3. *******SO-666 v.1.0 by 50m30n3 2009******* SO-666 is a feedback based drone synthesizer building upon the SO-KL5 synth. It creates haunting cacophonic howls and drones. It's a bit hard to play but making good use of the modwheel will help keep the sound in control. Parameter list: CC#1 - Feedback (mod wheel) CC#7 - Volume CC#71 - Filter Resonance CC#74 - Filter Cutoff *******SO-KL5 v.1.1 by 50m30n3 2010******* SO-KL5 is a string based "piano" synthezizer. The strings are modeled using the Karplus-Strong String simulation method. Parameter list: CC#1 - Sustain CC#7 - Volume CC#64 - Sustain CC#71 - Filter Resonance CC#74 - Filter Cutoff Sustain can be controlled by CC#1 (Mod Wheel) and CC#64 (Sustain) to make control easier for people without a sustain pedal. *******SO-404 v.1.2 by 50m30n3 2009-2011******* SO-404 is a simple bass synthesizer using 1 oscillator and 1 filter. The oscillator is a simple saw wave oscillator and the filter is a simple resonant lowpass filter. You know, like that other very good and famous synth with a similar name. Just not as good and famous. Parameter list: CC#7 - Volume CC#65 - Portamento time CC#71 - Filter Resonance CC#72 - Release time CC#74 - Filter Cutoff CC#79 - Filter Envelope If two notes are played together the pitch will slide according to the portamento time. Filter cutoff is influenced by the MIDI note velocity. A note velocity above 100 generates an accented note where the amp EG is replaced by the filter EG.