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syntonica
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Postby syntonica; Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:16 pm Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

Hi all,

New Update: Uploaded version 1.2 for Mac & PC. Beat the Reaper bug (PC), added S&H and Velocity sensitive mixers, fixed a couple of lurking bugs.

Update: Just uploaded the Windows 32/64 bit versions! Fixed some bugs, mostly obscure. Made some improvements to the sound under the hood, rearranged the main node so the master filter is simpler to use.

Now that Seismic has been in the wild for awhile, I wanted to know what you all thought of it. What you like, what you don't like, etc. Are there any mixers or waves that you would like to see? This is my first foray into C++ and DSP, so it has been a huge learning curve.

I'd like to hear your patches! I want to see what can really be done if you dig in. Right now, the code is hand-optimized, but not machine optimized, which runs 2 to 2.5 times more efficiently, depending upon the patch. So what I am offering is: send me 2 really good patches to be included in the presets and I will e-mail you the 3x3 optimized version of Seismic. Send 5 really good patches and I will send you the 3x3 AND 4X4 optimized versions of Seismic. The 4x4 has 15 nodes available rather than just 8. Message me here for more details.

Oh, and criticism? Be gentle. :tu:

http://www.syntonica.net/seismic
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onerob
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Postby onerob; Fri Dec 01, 2017 4:44 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac)

Validation crashed in Logic the first time I ran it, but a rescan caused it to become validated.

To be honest, I was confused by the relationship between the nodes.

Some kind of ADSR is needed.
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syntonica
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Postby syntonica; Fri Dec 01, 2017 5:08 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac)

It's there. Please read the manual--it explains all!
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Postby syntonica; Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:53 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

Giving this a bump since the edit didn't seem to do it.
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Postby fairplay; Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:19 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

Thank you for windows port -- synth potential is so big.
Unfortunately x64 plugin crashes in Reaper 5.79 when "Sampler" is selected in slot
And the window looks strange -- no Reaper patch selector and stuff till mouse is moved to the top of the window.

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syntonica
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Postby syntonica; Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:40 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

fairplay wrote:Thank you for windows port -- synth potential is so big.
Unfortunately x64 plugin crashes in Reaper 5.79 when "Sampler" is selected in slot
And the window looks strange -- no Reaper patch selector and stuff till mouse is moved to the top of the window.

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Seismic manages its own patches, any host will see it as having only one.

Thanks for the bug report--I'll take a look at it. The Sampler mixer is a massive kludge in the system, so can be quite fussy. Be sure to choose the Sampler first, then you can load a sample in the left wave.
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Postby sqigls; Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:48 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

maybe a link?
hard to provide feedback for something when you're given almost no information about the thing.
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Tj Shredder
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Postby Tj Shredder; Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:13 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

Faster googled than asked: http://syntonica.net/seismic
It seems this might be a nice kandidate for the next OSC...
Certainly not the usual subatractive mainstream...
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Postby sqigls; Mon Apr 16, 2018 11:29 pm Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

yeah well, Googled already, but one must expect a lack of interest due to the fact there's no link to a product yet it's being discussed like it's a given.
I'm no marketing guy, but It's pretty much on the downlow, you can't expect people to be name dropping "Seismic" just yet.

With the program, one must get.
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Postby syntonica; Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:48 am Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

sqigls wrote:maybe a link?
hard to provide feedback for something when you're given almost no information about the thing.

I probably deleted it when I edited my post, so I readded it. It goes well with the other two links right above. :wink:
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Postby fairplay; Tue Apr 17, 2018 2:25 am Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

> Seismic manages its own patches, any host will see it as having only one.
No, the real problem is not only one patch, but total lack of Reaper VST management toolbar -- with automation, i/o, params etc
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Tj Shredder
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Postby Tj Shredder; Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:30 am Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

I agree, would be added to my other request I put on any synth. Either MPE, or at least Voice per channel, means pitch bend I send on channel 2 for example will only be sent to the voice which had been triggered by a noteon on channel 2, same for controllers, and aftertouch...
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syntonica
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Postby syntonica; Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:59 am Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

fairplay wrote:Thank you for windows port -- synth potential is so big.
Unfortunately x64 plugin crashes in Reaper 5.79 when "Sampler" is selected in slot
And the window looks strange -- no Reaper patch selector and stuff till mouse is moved to the top of the window.

This should be fixed. Please redownload and give it a try. Thanks!
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syntonica
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Postby syntonica; Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:11 am Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

fairplay wrote:> Seismic manages its own patches, any host will see it as having only one.
No, the real problem is not only one patch, but total lack of Reaper VST management toolbar -- with automation, i/o, params etc

That's weird. I'm not familiar with automation in Reaper, but the bar is there. Just pull the left edge out a bit and it will show.

I'll have to look into why Reaper isn't doing this on the Windows side. It's fine on the Mac side.

As an aside, most of your automation will be in Seismic itself. There are modulators for the the knobs.

Let me know how automation goes, however. I just enabled it.
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Postby fairplay; Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:59 am Re: Seismic (VST/AU for Mac and Windows)

Sorry if I've been an unclear -- the problem is not with automation

It is something with window placement

Right after the plugin window open
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See the white spacer below it?

And the same window after resize
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The top bar appeared.
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BTW, sampler does not crash anymore with the last update, many thanks!
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