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 JBM Klumpeduns by JoBroMedia is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin. It functions as a VST Plugin.
JBM Klumpeduns
Product JBM Klumpeduns
Developer JoBroMedia
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Plug-in, App & Soundware Format(s)
Operating System Availability
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System Requirements
Minimal requirements: Intel Core2Duo 3300+ 2GB RAM Windows 7/32
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Important Note
Known issues: Although the randomizer works it'll set the values to zero unless you tweak the random knobs first a bit to set up the values. I have no knowledge why this is, and I'm looking in to it.

JBM Klumpeduns arose from a need in the author to be able to create strange engine noises. The result is this plug-in of its own kind. It is a plug-in not aiming to produce lovely music. Its sole purpose is to aid in the production of noises. Metallic, wooden noises is what it does best, but it can also be used to produce alien haunting engine noises.

Although there is almost only noises in the preset list you're still able to squeeze some music out of it. But you have to work hard for it.

The synth uses random to its advantage. You can randomize every knob, every section, or everything in the synth. The knobs in the random section determine how much randomness will be applied, and between what values. You can also press reset to get a basic sound to model from scratch.

Currently this plug-in comes with 80 presets right now, but more will be added.

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