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tonedef71
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Postby tonedef71; Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:06 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

VariKusBrainZ wrote:Plumb the depths of synthesis with Fathom

This one has a nice ring to it. :clap:
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Postby FathomSynth; Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:36 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

RPH, I did not hear a lot of difference with the Spline table interpolation on the Analog Saw oscillator.
But theoretically it should be better so I left it in since it does not hurt the real time.

However, having 400 partials does make a big difference, here's the Analog Saw spectrum at 400.

saw 400 260.png


I'll be curious if you hear any improvement with 2.6.
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Postby CHOOS; Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:48 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

You couldn't fathom the possibilities!

cheesy but what the heck
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Postby subterfuge; Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:49 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

Endless waves, Fathom.
Fathom, form the waves your way.
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Postby CHOOS; Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:52 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

sound engineering at it's finest
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tonedef71
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Postby tonedef71; Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:01 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

FathomSynth wrote:RPH, I did not hear a lot of difference with the Spline table interpolation on the Analog Saw oscillator.
But theoretically it should be better so I left it in since it does not hurt the real time.

However, having 400 partials does make a big difference, here's the Analog Saw spectrum at 400.

saw 400 260.png


I'll be curious if you hear any improvement with 2.6.

:?: Does adding significantly more partials result in much higher CPU usage?
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FathomSynth
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Postby FathomSynth; Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:10 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

No, not at run time, because the partials are used to create the oscillator buffer,
and once the buffer is created there is no difference in CPU load to play it.

Theoretically calculating the buffers after a dial is moved would take longer with 400 partials
than 128 partials, but I made such extreme CPU improvements to that process in this next version
that it is actually taking less time to compute with 400 partials than it did before with 128 partials.

Also another improvement is that if a higher note pushes the partials above 22000 this next version
automatically switches to buffers with lower partials at run time so it never goes above 22000
and therefore maintains absolutely zero aliasing.

Also, I fixed a bug where it was switching to partials real time mode and playing each partial
individually in this case, and with that fix the CPU performance while playing normally
is better by more than a factor of ten.
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Postby vurt; Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:15 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

drown in fathom.
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Postby terminus_one; Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:24 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

"Unfathomable depth – modular to the core."
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Postby bibz1st; Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:34 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

Its a good synth Fathom honey
Beauty is only skin deep,
Ugliness, however, goes right the way through
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Postby Bodhisan; Mon Feb 12, 2018 5:34 pm Re: Fathom Zero Delay Filter

FathomSynth wrote:I need to come up with a catchy slogan in the next day or two for the banner..


Imagine Fathom
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tonedef71
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Postby tonedef71; Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:51 pm Re: Fathom Zero Delay Filter

Bodhisan wrote:
FathomSynth wrote:I need to come up with a catchy slogan in the next day or two for the banner..


Imagine Fathom

When I saw that, I immediately thought of Imagic's Fathom:
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Postby XorXisT; Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:56 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

It is Fat!

It is Hom!

It is Fat Hom-er Synthpson!

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FathomSynth
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Postby FathomSynth; Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:04 pm Re: Zero Delay Filter Sweep

OK, That is officially the funniest thing I've ever seen.
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Postby Dee.P.Tree; Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:29 pm Re: Fathom Zero Delay Filter

FathomSynth wrote:Also, people, Fathom will be starting its first real advertising banner her on KVR shortly.

I need to come up with a catchy slogan in the next day or two for the banner.

Something like ...

"Choose your Dream, Choose your Tools, Trust your Instincts."
"You're an original thinker, Use an original Synth."
"Fathom, Making Perfectionism Affordable."

etc., etc.,

Please post your ideas here.


Since Fathom is a Modular Synth, it should reflect in slogan or catchphrase.

My 5 contributions:

1. Fathom: More Than Just Another Modular Synthesizer. Try and Believe it!

2. Fathom: The Modular Audio Synthesis Organism. (I like it most!)

3. Fathom: Your Own Modular Sound Design Organism. Truly Yours.

4. Fathom: The Ultimate Modularity in Sound Design, More Than You Require.

5. Fathom: Your Last Modular Sound Synthesizer. Period.

Best of luck. :D

By the way, Later today, I'll download the mono demo version and try to make a full track with only its sounds (as I do in KVR One Synth Challenge).

I hope my PC of 2010 year with 4 Gb RAM can take load of multiple instances of Fathom. :pray:
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