One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland (Taron Wins!)

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progtronic
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Post Thu Apr 12, 2018 4:47 pm

schiing wrote:...don't tell me you're an octogenarian...
That was for your guys benefit.. I was an 80's kid. :P

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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Thu Apr 12, 2018 5:04 pm

progtronic wrote:
schiing wrote:...don't tell me you're an octogenarian...
That was for your guys benefit.. I was an 80's kid. :P
I gathered as much - but I couldn't resist turning the tables on you! So you and I are pretty much the same vintage, then. :)

I've been loosely trying to guess people's age while listening to entries here, but mostly I have no idea whether I'm in the ballpark or not.

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Post Fri Apr 13, 2018 12:02 am

schiing wrote:I've been loosely trying to guess people's age while listening to entries here, but mostly I have no idea whether I'm in the ballpark or not.
First computer, an Apple ][ clone, first synth Poly 800 followed by a DX-7. First music programs I wrote myself in Turbo Pascal, the clone had a Z-80 card on its mother board. Now guess my birth date...

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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Fri Apr 13, 2018 1:05 am

Tj Shredder wrote:First computer, an Apple ][ clone, first synth Poly 800 followed by a DX-7. First music programs I wrote myself in Turbo Pascal, the clone had a Z-80 card on its mother board. Now guess my birth date...
196....6! :hihi:

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Post Fri Apr 13, 2018 3:49 am

ontrackp wrote:My first computer was a Timex Sinclair 1000 in 1982. I did not make music on it. First music computer - Mac Plus with midiPaint and Jambox. Changed my world.....
The first computer used in anger was an ICl 4130 in the late 60's. Interestingly the operator console had a small loudspeaker which made noises it picked up from the "cpu". Basically, the operatoras could tell what it was doing as each operation had specfic noises - also worked for "fault diagnosis"!!! Of course, you could run programs which would "play" tunes!!!! I first did "real" electronic music on a pdp-11/40 , running RT-11 (aka rat11!). Also played with RSX-11M and RSX-11D, RSTS/E and TSX-Plus (smart time sharing executive for RT-11, we build our own systems using the LSI-11 boards!)

Makes me an oldie I guess!

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Post Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:14 am

schiing wrote:
doctorbob wrote:
schiing wrote: ... I started making digital music in the early '90s, so these sounds are very familiar ...
So, a youngster then! :D Late 60's for me ... EMS, home built stuff, reel-to-reel tape, splicing etc :dog: ...

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I must be! :D To be 100% acurate, I did code Axel F and Crockett's Theme with POKE commands and such on Commodore 64 in the mid-1980s, at the tender age of 15.
It's a rite of passage for us 80s kids to cover Crockett's Theme at some point.

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Post Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:15 am

[Edit #2, Apr 30: This IS my final submission after all - and that's my final word!! :roll: ]

[Edit: Not my final submission after all. Sorry, I have to ditch this one. It's simply too silly, isn't it? New submission in the works!]

OTT with OPL! I guess Friday the 13th is as good a day as any – here's my submission for OSC 110.

https://soundcloud.com/terjefjelde/schiing-superfluid

42 instances of JuceOPLVSTi - all patches from scratch.
Stock Studio One plugins: Mixtool (7), Limiter (1), Pro EQ (31)
Freeware plugins:
DD Reverb
DD Delay
HY Delay
DD Compressor
Crosstalk
Limiter 6
Molot 03
Sanford Bass Tightener
BitterSweet
Sleepy-Time Transient
Klanghelm DC1A
Klanghelm IVGI
Sanford Reverb
Sanford Delay
TDR Vos SlickEQ
BootEQMKII
Voxengo Overtone GEQ
WA Tube Saturator Free
Last edited by schiing on Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:06 am, edited 2 times in total.

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Tj Shredder
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Post Fri Apr 13, 2018 10:10 pm

schiing wrote: 196....6! :hihi:
Wrong....(by a decade...: - )
The first programming I did on a PDP-11 in Fortran... But that wasn't my own...

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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Sat Apr 14, 2018 1:08 am

https://soundcloud.com/andrew-sinitsin/detroit-days

I continue the line of experimental tracks. For some reason, I am inspired by very limited minimalistic synthesizers. JuceOPLVSTi is awesome synth:)

DAW Reaper 5
JuceOPLVSTi 18 instances

FX:
ReaEQ
ReaDelay
ReaComp
ReaVerbate
ReaGate
MComb
MCompressor
MUtility
TAL Reverb III
TAL Reverb 4
IVGI2
MJUCjr
Krush
Limiter 6
Molot
Protoverb
SGA1566
TDR Kotelnikov
TDR VOS SlickEQ

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Tj Shredder
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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:03 am

Nice one...

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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Sat Apr 14, 2018 6:09 am

Tj Shredder wrote:
schiing wrote: 196....6! :hihi:
Wrong....(by a decade...: - )
The first programming I did on a PDP-11 in Fortran... But that wasn't my own...
So that means you're either a distinguished gentleman from the days of the minicomputer, or an intolerable late '90s hipster insisting that mini is more soulful than micro. :wink:

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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Sat Apr 14, 2018 6:17 am

asi4 wrote:I continue the line of experimental tracks. For some reason, I am inspired by very limited minimalistic synthesizers. JuceOPLVSTi is awesome synth:)
Love this, asi4! Now I regret not going in a minimalistic direction as well. Oh, well - between our two tracks, I'd say diversity is ensured!

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Post Sat Apr 14, 2018 6:54 am

Tj Shredder wrote:The first programming I did on a PDP-11 in Fortran... But that wasn't my own...
Was more of a macro-11 man myself. Previous to the "11"'s. programmed HP minis (4k core memory) using assembler and papertape! Did lots of Fortran too on the 11's, but mainly linked with assembler stuff (via R5 register stack!) to do real time things (in and out!). Before the HP's, it was Algol-60 on the 4130. Wrote a 5-way, 2 random variable, ANOVA!

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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Sat Apr 14, 2018 2:47 pm

Hi all,

Here's my track for this months challenge. Busy building a new bathroom, so very little time for music this month. Will tweak when I can. Hope you like it.

DAW: Reaper

Track Details:

20 * JuceOPL
17 * ReaEQ
1 * Bass Professor MK 2
1 * JS Midi Note Filter
10 * Oril River

Master
TDR VOS SlickEQ
Ferric TDS
Voxengo MSED
Limiter No. 6

Metering SPAN

DR: 9

Drummer lost his sticks and had to make do with a set of hair brushes! Brass section was late arriving, as usual! Instruments were cold and sounded awful, got told to shut up for the last two rounds of the 12-bar! Bassist was just so cool, hardly flinching, even smiled once! Keyboard player was the coolest dude on the block, but we didn't let on that we thought so too!

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https://soundcloud.com/doctorbob/doctor ... 10-juceopl
Last edited by doctorbob on Sun Apr 15, 2018 11:12 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: One Synth Challenge #110: JuceOPLVSTi by Bruce Sutherland

Post Sun Apr 15, 2018 1:05 am

Upon repeated listening, I had to edit my post and ditch my original entry. Too silly, and frankly a bit of a hotchpotch. Posting on Friday the 13th wasn't such a good idea, after all. But I've got a new one in the works - almost finished! :hihi:

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