I have now completed my first version of my multi effect MUX patch, called MuT8 (as it mutates a sound and it's also a homage to the upcoming MuLab 8 ).
I attach the patch. (I haven't uploaded a MUX patch before, but hope it can be tried out.)
I also made a movie on it, where I mutate a simple piano note to, well, to something else: https://youtu.be/dh_oT0IfdCM
The object of this patch is not to just add every effect that sounds cool, but to create something that might be useful when trying to make a sound more interesting. I got the idea from similar products (like SoundSpot's Nebula), but this is much more powerful, thanks to the underlying MUX presets and modules.
I also tried to make a nice help file.
For the lazy ones here's the text from the file:
I'd really, really like to hear some impressions, regarding improved knob settings, routing, type of instruments/voices/music styles this can be useful for, or whatever comes to mind.MuT8 is a creative multi effect unit built using MuLab/MUX.
As the name suggests, MuT8 was designed especially for sound-shaping. This is why the effects chain is a bit unconventional; first come selected sound-shaping effects and some special effects, then, when the actual sound has been perfected, an LFO, a delay, a second LFO, a reverb, and filters.
It was designed with ease of use in mind. Therefore, most features are only found under the hood, so click an effect’s name to find more controls. Note that both visible and invisible controls can be automated using sub-automation tracks.
It’s also possible to rearrange the effects chain, by entering the modular view and simply drag the cables in an order of your choice.
MuT8 was built as a tribute to MuLab/MUX, and especially for the launch of MuLab 8.
Happy sound-mutating! /Petter