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ClangCymbal

Synthesizer Plugin by Uhhyou
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ClangCymbal
ClangCymbal by Uhhyou is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST 3 Plugin.
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0.0.2
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0.0.2
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0.0.2
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Open Source
GPL 3
Important Note
β version. Breaking change might be introduced. Recommend to render the result to file before closing DAW.
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Notes

  • β version.
    • Breaking change might be introduced.
    • If you have feedback, let me know through comments on this page, GitHub repository, or email (ryukau@gmail.com).
    • Recommend to render the result to file before closing DAW.
  • macOS build is experimental.
  • Linux build only works on Ubuntu 20.04. Build instruction is available for other distributions.

Information

Introduction

ClangCymbal is a monophonic synthesizer specialized for metallic percussion sounds. Metallic texture is generated by feedback delay network (FDN). The cymbal sound is not perfect, but better than my previous attempts of cymbal synthesizers.

Note that output level varies a lot. Recommend to insert limiter after ClangCymbal.

High CPU load.

Notable features/quirks:

  • 64 * 64 FDN with individual controls for each filter on feedback path.
  • Noise/pulse oscillator for excitation.
  • A modulation envelope with 128 control points.
  • Simple tremolo almost as same as the one on FDNCymbal.
  • Monophonic due to high CPU load.
  • 2x oversampling.

{See video at top of page}

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