modular rapture (some new modules)

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Yeeha !!

How many modules have you done now ! Incredible !

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Yep! +10
Truly amazing. Mod V is already there :wink:

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These are really nice.
The Duo has a great detune quality and I bet you had fun w/ Mod IV MVC C detune + the DuoOsc detune...
I used a 12db boost pre-Modulation inputs w/ a square ware and add that to the detune and damn near have an old Tremolo pedal type of sound..
Great Oscillators....thanks.
I like coming setting upand having something new waiting.......
Sweet-ish indeed.

Boy you can sure tell who's been to Assafs synthskool here.....
Feverish bastards.. :lol:

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Brotha' Man Roy,
Love the new site with the Mod IV theme, very nice, but I am noticing some new silver faced OnOff Async modules, are they somewhere else to download..? Or is the color due to the polyphony being activted....? Noticed it on the the RotoFB Patch.

Ankyu........

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Hi JAV,
the new face of some modules was merely cosmetic - no extra functionality.
atm I'm testing SDK 5.1, but things don't work out as expected.
Want back my Scope 4.0 SDK :x but therefore I would have to install Win XP..

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I have heard the same form other SDK guys too.
FWIW I have the XITE-1 running Modular IV patches, and the B2003.
But Joystick Axis x-y from Solaris controls the x-y module for effects, and Oscillator shaping in realtime and it is Heavenly.
Modular and the XITE-1 and just such a treat, and Expert Sleepers runs a Modular Effect patch and synth Mono patch and the audiorate Modulation sounds fantastic.

Anyways, nice to see your reply, and thanks again for the years of dedication from you, truly historic.

Cheers.

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Thanks a lot for these, and for the website explaining everything.

Just starting to get into the modular adn boy is it one beast.

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this is just wow!
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Just...WOW!
And THANKS!
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Hi! It's been a while...

But a now a new package has arrived :)

some bugfixes, improvements, stereo/2ch versions, but also some new modules.
Complete list:

Effects 2Ch 1k mDelay.mdl
conseqDelay CWM.mdl
2Ch ECC83.mdl
2Ch ECC83 LcHc.mdl
2Ch OverdriveAmp.mdl
Stereo Compressor.mdl
2Ch M-Eq.mdl
M-Eq.mdl
Pitch Shifter Stereo CWM-KN.mdl
Pitch Shifter Stereo CWMquad.mdl
RevModOS.mdl
Stereo Flanger extM CWM.mdl
Env ADSR Vintage CWM fast.mdl
FreeEnv CWM.mdl
Filter 2Ch 24dB Bandpass R.mdl
VocFilter CWM.mdl
2Ch EQ1 param 12dB.mdl
36dB BpEQ CWM.mdl
36dB HpEQ CWM.mdl
36dB LpEQ CWM.mdl
2Ch 24dB Highpass R.mdl
2Ch 24dB Lowpass.mdl
2Ch HdLp.mdl
6dB Lowpass CWM.mdl
2Ch 12dB MM-Filter.mdl
2Ch Uknow Filter.mdl
2Ch Crossover.mdl
Gate GateInverter CWM.mdl
valOnGate CWM.mdl
LFO Multi LFO CWM.mdl
Sine LFO Cwm.mdl
MIDI SyncStation CWM.mdl
MVC CWM.mdl
Mix&Gain Add4L CWM.mdl
2Ch 12dB Gain.mdl
2Ch 24dB Gain.mdl
2Ch 48dB Gain.mdl
12dB Gain CWM.mdl
24dB Gain CWM.mdl
ValMeter CWM.mdl
VU Meter CWM 1.mdl
VU Meter CWM 2.mdl
Micro Mixer 8 CWM.mdl
Mix 1 CWM.mdl
Mix 2+ CWM.mdl
MixMatrix4x4 CWM.mdl
MixSwMatrix8x3x4 CWM.mdl
Full Wave Rectifier CWM.mdl
Range2val CWM.mdl
Ranger CWM.mdl
2Ch FeedbackMix CWM.mdl
2Ch xFade.mdl
Amplitude Modulator EZ CWM.mdl
FeedbackMix CWM.mdl
1x2 Switch CWM.mdl
1x4 Switch CWM.mdl
1x8 Switch CWM.mdl
2Ch DezippedSw 2To1.mdl
2Ch Sw2to1.mdl
2Ch Sw2to1+Text.mdl
2x1 Switch CWM.mdl
4x1 Switch CWM.mdl
8x1 Switch CWM.mdl
syncSwitch 2to1CWM.mdl
2Ch Linear VCA.mdl
Modifier constVal CWM.mdl
2Ch Xmod&Feedback Connector.mdl
2Ch Xmod&Feedback Connector+Inv.mdl
OSC Saw OSC up raw CWM.mdl
Tools MVCmidiText+.mdl
Textmodule Big2 CWM.mdl
Textmodule CWM.mdl
Textmodule CWM P.mdl

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Incredible RoyT.
The site is way hip too.
The stereo filters, stereo FX and stereo EQs/Crossovers are just excellent.
I love the new look too, and the Free Env works really well, it loops flawlessley.
I'll be busy for weeks with Modular.

Cheerz
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Love the new look Roy. Nice work :)

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Great stuff Roy, thank you!
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Thank you, Roy :-)
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Thank you, thank you, hope you can use it. :)

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8) Hah and I just finished installing the old package only a week or so ago and was planning on reading through the old site alongside my experiments. Glad you're still cooking!

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I just checked the two 6dB LP filters, and the numbers do not match the actual set frequencies. I tested this with a control room device. This PC is running Scope5 on DSP cards at 44.1kHz. Windows XP. To get a -3dB cutoff at 1000 Hz, I have to set the Hdlp filter to ~1630 Hz, and the CWM filter must be set to ~92 Hz.
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Well the LcHc Stereo ECC is awesome, and can actually do Lo-Fi.
Stereo Flanger is exceptional too.

Thanks Again

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@Immanuel: thanks for the hint! Please try these modules.
personally I use the 6dB lowpass mainly for smoothening modulation sources (hence the freq starts at 0Hz), so I wasn't aware of that. Hope the new versions work better.
@jimmy: glad that you liked the Flanger... btw, I forgot to mention that the "after fbMix" and "to filter" pads have to be connectes in some way (directly or via modules like filter) to hear the flanger fx.

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Re: modular rapture (some new modules)

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This is an insanely inspiring collection
Many many thanks

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