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Mika Micro

Mika Micro is a subtractive synthesizer plugin that aims to be fun and expressive with a minimal set of controls.

Features:

  • 2 oscillators with 5 waveforms and split knobs
  • Simple FM functionality
  • 12dB resonant low pass filter
  • 8 voice polyphony and legato mode

Contributing

Feel free to give feedback on design, report bugs, make pull requests, etc. I like all sorts of involvement!

Building Mika Micro

  1. Clone wdl-ol.
  2. Add the necessary include files for the build targets you want to use. See Martin Finke's tutorial for more information.
  3. Clone the mika-micro repo into the wdl-ol base directory.
  4. Open MikaMicro.sln in Visual Studio and build the project for the desired target.

A note about branches

The current master branch is an entirely separate branch from the v2-alpha branch, as I wanted to rebuild the code from scratch. v1.0 and the v2.0 alphas are on the v2-alpha branch; everything else is on the master branch.

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