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SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

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Postby rpocc; Fri May 30, 2014 3:18 am SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

Hi to All!
Some people may remember my very old plug-in Virtual Aelita. I am planning to update it later, but currently i'm happy to introduce a whole plug-in suite. These and all further plug-ins will be released as SSSR Labs products.

Lissajous Suite is a set of VST plug-ins intended for experiments with the graphical representation of the waveforms on an oscilloscope. This media experiment genre is known as Lissajous music.

Current contents of the suite
[*] MIDIHarmonics — synthesizer/lissajous shape generator (VSTi)
[*] Lorenz System — Chaotic signal generator (VST)
[*] 3D Spatializer — Complex shape processor (VST)
Please note that Lorenz System and 3D Spatializer are insert effects! They are meant to be effects as they require triple or quadra channel to work.

All plug-ins are available at my website for free. There you can also find detailed description.

I also made the first video showing features of the MIDIHarmonics VSTi.
More videos, especially for 3D Spatializer will be available a bit later.

Enjoy!

If somebody will made a video of something else with these plugins, please share your work! It's very interesting. Also feel free to suggest other tools for lissajous curves processing or generation. Thanks.
Last edited by rpocc on Fri Jun 13, 2014 11:57 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Postby bob bobwood; Fri May 30, 2014 8:38 am Re: SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

Thanks Dmitry, I look forward to trying them over the weekend.
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Postby Aloysius; Fri May 30, 2014 8:59 am Re: SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

Thanks. I really like the sound of the synth.

BTW It nearly blew the shit out of my speakers so ...

WARNING - BE SURE TO PUT A LIMITER AFTER THIS SYNTH BEFORE GOING THROUGH THE PRESETS.
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Postby RunBeerRun; Fri May 30, 2014 3:02 pm Re: SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

Pretty cool plugins, the spatializer does very well, the lorenz starts up with wonkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk and in Savihost changing the sliders easily makes the sound cut out lol, but yeah that synth is cool, phase mod and the quantizer. Wow the hear loss preset, you weren't kidding, savihost has it at like 32 above, where 0 is basically as loud as it gets before clipping.
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Postby rpocc; Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:03 am Re: SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

I just made two more videos for remaining plug-ins.

3D-spatializer

Lorenz System
KVRAF
 
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Postby mystran; Thu Jun 12, 2014 3:56 pm Re: SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

Cool stuff... I've abused FL's built-in 3xOsc for some Lissajous stuff in the past (since it's easy to set stereo difference to 90 degrees with that one), but specialized synths/effects seem like a cool idea.
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Postby cron; Thu Jun 12, 2014 4:37 pm Re: SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

Fascinating work! Were you influenced by Cyclo's Id album? Essential listening/viewing for anyone interested in this stuff, and a superb album even without the visualisation for fans of danceable glitch music. Lossless format such as flac or wav essential for the visual component to work as intended.

Sound/visualisation examples here: http://www.raster-noton.net/cyclo/?id=03

The vinyl release is a good one to play anyone who believes a lot of the myths about vinyl mastering too, particularly when it comes to panning bass.
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Postby rpocc; Fri Jun 13, 2014 8:51 am Re: SSSR Labs Lissajous Suite: unusual VSTs for use with oscilloscopes

cron wrote:Fascinating work! Were you influenced by Cyclo's Id album?

Thanks.
When I have started to build MIDIHarmonics, I was inspired by another similar work made with puredata, but idea of the 3D Spatializer is developed from endless experiments with analog chaotic signal generator.

cyclo.id is interesting, but very common. As far as I see, author used a set of phase shifted samples, chopped with some kind of granular tool, giving monotonal repetitive sound in fixed tempo.

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