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Architeuthis
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Postby Architeuthis; Sun Aug 14, 2016 6:12 pm working on a tonal chaos generator vst

Hey KVRers, shamelessly looking for subscribers for my youtube channel. I am working on a musical chaos generator VST, the project is in its infancy and the promo video is supposed to be a bit mysterious... well... I made the video as a practice and exploration of aesthetic so that the eventual website, gui, and promotional material can have the correct look and feel. I'll probably create more of these as the project develops.

https://youtu.be/v6b7s9quVzQ
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Postby Architeuthis; Wed Aug 17, 2016 2:28 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

new video :)

https://youtu.be/5IPl6DZumkg

just experimenting.
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Postby Shabdahbriah; Wed Aug 17, 2016 3:34 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

I love those types of visuals! And the sounds are cool too. :tu:

Will this be available any time soon?
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Postby Architeuthis; Wed Aug 17, 2016 9:30 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

.....I'm aiming for christmas... but.... I don't know how long these things take to develop because this is my first product. I want a very flexible modulation system, multi-point envelopes, preset-morphing, step sequencer... Controlling the chaos effectively requires smart design. There's no way to know what settings will produce what sound, but if the interface provides the correct features, the user will feel very much in control. Oh, and let's not forget the need for lots of great presets and a good preset system so the user has instant access to the best sounds the plugin has to offer.

Once you start playing with the settings of the chaos generator you can easily get lost and forget your original sonic goal. If you go into the chaos generator with an open mind it will give you organic / textured / complex sounds that would take a bit of time to achieve a standard subtractive synth.
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Postby DJ Warmonger; Wed Aug 17, 2016 9:48 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

Architeuthis wrote:new video :)

https://youtu.be/5IPl6DZumkg

just experimenting.

Great sound. Good luck :clap:
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Postby version782; Thu Aug 18, 2016 7:37 am Re: working on a musical chaos generator

cool
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Postby xoxos; Thu Aug 18, 2016 8:08 am Re: working on a musical chaos generator

version782 wrote:cool

very cool

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Postby Architeuthis; Tue Aug 30, 2016 11:11 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

alright, new demo! Simplicity of Chaos.

https://youtu.be/1QBK65k2oiA

The whole "simple" thing is about how the plucky sound you hear is a simple and classic synth sound. "Simple sounds great", refers to how a simple sound can have a lot of character when you use chaos.

Here's the full music (mp3): http://www.elanhickler.com/_/Simplicity ... 0Chaos.mp3

Download it and play in your car, Butterfly chaos generation is naturally stereophonic and I think you will find it sounds really good in a car stereo.

The low synth tone has no processing. The plucky sound has reverb and delay.
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Postby Architeuthis; Fri Sep 16, 2016 5:39 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

new video!: https://youtu.be/XpRVHMf370k

Demonstrating the unique sonic qualities of chaos.

The VST is progressing nicely. We're almost finished testing the core sound generation features. Next step is modulation features (sequencer, multi-point envelopes, x/y, macro controls, LFOs, keytracking, etc.). Also, I am in talks with a great GUI artist.

mp3: http://www.elanhickler.com/_/Chaosfly%2 ... Unique.mp3
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Postby Shabdahbriah; Fri Sep 16, 2016 6:21 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

Awesome!
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Postby wagtunes; Fri Sep 16, 2016 6:35 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

Architeuthis wrote:new video!: https://youtu.be/XpRVHMf370k

Demonstrating the unique sonic qualities of chaos.

The VST is progressing nicely. We're almost finished testing the core sound generation features. Next step is modulation features (sequencer, multi-point envelopes, x/y, macro controls, LFOs, keytracking, etc.). Also, I am in talks with a great GUI artist.


Really, really, really like this.
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Postby nordickvr; Fri Sep 16, 2016 6:44 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

Architeuthis wrote:new video!: https://youtu.be/XpRVHMf370k

Demonstrating the unique sonic qualities of chaos.
...

This looks pretty promising.
Quite the opposite of chaos musically speaking though.
Chaos involving more toward the sound creation then?
Anyway, keep on the great work!
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Postby deastman; Fri Sep 16, 2016 8:18 pm Re: working on a musical chaos generator

The flower of the rose blooms in profusion in the world of the chaos.
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Postby Architeuthis; Sat Sep 17, 2016 6:55 am Re: working on a musical chaos generator

nordickvr wrote:
Architeuthis wrote:new video!: https://youtu.be/XpRVHMf370k

Demonstrating the unique sonic qualities of chaos.
...

This looks pretty promising.
Quite the opposite of chaos musically speaking though.
Chaos involving more toward the sound creation then?
Anyway, keep on the great work!


Yes, hmm, Maybe next video I'll use the tagline chaotic tone generator or tonal chaos generator instead of musical chaos generator. I guess "Musical chaos generator" gives the impression that it's a chaotic sequencer rather than a tone generator.

So yes, this is a synthesizer, not a sequencer!
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Postby Shabdahbriah; Sat Sep 17, 2016 7:24 am Re: working on a musical chaos generator

Architeuthis wrote: I guess "Musical chaos generator" gives the impression that it's a chaotic sequencer rather than a tone generator.

Indeed. :wink: ... "chaotic tone generator or tonal chaos generator", are much clearer, and accurate. Cool stuff. :tu:
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