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Moselle, a new software synth, nearing release

DSP, Plug-in and Host development discussion.

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Whats your reaction to this sample program?

I can't even look at it much less understand it.
5
21%
I could figure it out with time and the manual.. but won't.
13
54%
I get it but it'd be easier to read if it were programmed in <name of synth software>. (Tell me what software and share a screenshot if you have time.)
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No votes
Its as clear to me as it'd be with any other system I've used, even with zero Moselle experience.
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4%
Its Patching Nirvana! Do not sleep, Frank, until you have delivered a working binary to me!
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21%
 
Total votes : 24
KVRist
 
80 posts since 29 Aug, 2011

Postby Swiss Frank; Tue Jun 25, 2013 9:48 am

Development Diary: wrote the last features today that were needed to simulate a 1985 synthesizer such as my old Korg DW-8000:

-- monophonic with retrigger or legato (then wasted an hour playing funky bass lines. Keys being held down go in a LIFO queue as you play them, then unwind correctly, so you can get all the multi-note trills you love. Took some thinking to get it written right but worked first time for some reason.

-- unison mode (voice# is just another patch variable you can use for old-fashioned detuning, or anything else you'd like) (works on polyphonic mode too)

-- polyphonic with voice limit (not sure the utility on modern synth software but it was easy.)

-- white noise, pink noise
KVRist
 
80 posts since 29 Aug, 2011

Postby Swiss Frank; Wed Jun 26, 2013 6:28 am

mystran wrote:Can't really judge what's on your Facebook page because.. well.. it doesn't work without Facebook account, and I got rid of mine years ago. Sorry.


Hi Mystran,

I've put together a forum for Moselle. These pictures should be visible without needing to make an account. Let me know if they're not.

http://moselle.invisionzone.com/index.p ... een-shots/
KVRAF
 
1927 posts since 16 Aug, 2004, from Vienna, Austria
 

Postby arakula; Wed Jun 26, 2013 6:45 am

They are not.
"Until you spread your wings, you'll have no idea how far you can walk." Image
KVRist
 
80 posts since 29 Aug, 2011

Postby Swiss Frank; Wed Jun 26, 2013 7:58 pm

arakula wrote:They are not.


Thanks Arakula.

Is this any better I wonder? Its visible to me even when I log off the site: http://moselle.invisionzone.com/index.p ... midi-menu/
KVRAF
 
3919 posts since 11 Feb, 2006, from Helsinki, Finland
 

Postby mystran; Wed Jun 26, 2013 8:17 pm

Swiss Frank wrote:
arakula wrote:They are not.


Thanks Arakula.

Is this any better I wonder? Its visible to me even when I log off the site: http://moselle.invisionzone.com/index.p ... midi-menu/


This one works. The forum is configured to not show attachments unless people are logged in.

Is the block-diagram actual GUI graphics, or just for documentation purposes?
Image <- plugins | forum
KVRist
 
80 posts since 29 Aug, 2011

Postby Swiss Frank; Wed Jun 26, 2013 8:22 pm

mystran wrote:This one works. The forum is configured to not show attachments unless people are logged in.


Thanks for checking Mystran. I haven't found a "show to non-members" option and will see what Invision says, but honestly the gallery feature seems to meet my needs.

Now that you see the screen shots, I imagine they're boring enough you don't have any actual comment or feedback :) As Frantz says, really hearing the sound is more interesting, although theoretically at least this first release isn't about the sound quality (or windows), its about the language itself.
KVRian
 
1221 posts since 24 Apr, 2010, from Nottingham

Postby bob bobwood; Thu Jan 09, 2014 1:12 pm Re: Moselle, a new software synth, nearing release

There's been some movement on this; http://moselle.invisionzone.com/index.p ... a-release/

You need to register to download, and it's worth bearing in mind it's still available as a standalone in beta. And note;
This version needs an extremely fast CPU, but number of cores isn't important. Memory and disk space are not important either.
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Note that Moselle is not free software. While there is no charge, feedback on the Q&A forum is requested.
A-Z of Plugins, etc updated April 7 2014
KVRist
 
80 posts since 29 Aug, 2011

Postby Swiss Frank; Sat Jan 11, 2014 9:16 am Re: Moselle, a new software synth, nearing release

Thanks Bob! In fact here's a new release.

Version 0.1.3 of Moselle IDE is now released and available for download at:

http://moselle.invisionzone.com/index.p ... a-release/

Moselle IDE is a standalone music synthesizer for Windows, that can be programmed in a special "modular synthesizer programming language" called Moselle. Hook up a MIDI keyboard to your computer, and MoselleIDE will play music out your speakers. For more basic details, please follow the above link.
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