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Inspired by the DIY hardware synth Goom, but with three oscillators and lots of modulation, all dressed up in the livery of a synth most will recognize (Goom itself being a rather obvious play on words).
There are three versions - TriGoom b has a lower CPU load, but minus a few features, TriGoom osc2 has different, perhaps less confusing waveform controls, but otherwise same features as TriGoom.
Built with Synthmaker, so the actual sound does not match that of Goom (or a minim**g) - but was inspired by major elements of it's architecture.
Thanks to 'bluesmoke' (and 'cakebox') for figuring out the Yamaha-style IL/AL envelopes.
32-bit, so will require jBridge, etc., (or a DAW that will bridge) for use on 64-bit systems.
The link on the website is to a Sync.com folder that also contains the .osm Synthmaker source 'schematics', so anyone with SM, or it's successor Flowstone, can alter it to suit. It's hoped that anyone who makes significant improvements will share the result with everyone.
As this was originally built for my own use only, there are no presets included; I wanted to come at the instrument anew each time, as one did with vintage analog hardware.