MadRing

by novaflash
by Daniel Strongin





MadRing is a ring modulator and a tone generator.

Essentialy based on 8 VCO and 2 noises generator, a large matrix allow many combinations to shape or generate your own sound.

RESYNC: re-synchronise all the oscillators phases (automaticly done when changing preset).

LFOs:

  • SPEED: 3 speed mode : BPM, BPM Host, Hz (the "hints" on text field indicate time in ms).
  • PHASE: +-90°.


NOISE:

  • DNST: Density of grain.
  • SMTH: Smooth (none, soft, hard).
  • STEPS: fine to coarse steps.


RANDOM:

  • NST: DENSITY or Speed (Hz).
  • NOISE / PARAM = smooth.
  • S&H / PARAM = smooth.
  • SPRING / PARAM = Hz modulated by DNST.


TRACKER :

  • Follow the incomming signal.
  • Hz/Q/mon : BPF filter.
  • ATCK/REL : envelope folower, time setting (ms).
  • TRIM : adjust the output signal.


MATRIX: There is a special destination called NODE. NODE allow to stack more than one source and can be adjusted through the NODE LEVEL. Useful to extend the MATRIX capabilities.

VCOs:

  • Hz: 8KHz, can be overiden trough the text field up to 16Khz.
  • LEVEL: negative or positive.
  • Hz: Frequency global shift.
  • %: Frequency global shift.
  • SHAPE: 0=sine, CCW=SAW, CW=SQUARE, set harmonics number.
  • WIDTH: channels phase shifting.


TONE/nanoSynth:

  • nanoSynth is a very small monophonic synth.
  • SHAPE: 0=sine, CCW=SAW, CW=SQUARE.
  • MD: MODE : TONE or nanoSynth selection mode.
  • TUNE: Following MD, Hz or Octave.
  • GLIDE: only available in nanoSynth mode.


FILTER:

  • CUT-OFF.
  • RESONANCE.
  • D/W: DRY / WET, to disable set on left the knob.
  • MD: MODE LPF, HPF, BPF.
  • dB: 12 or 24.


MAIN:

  • INPUT: adjust the external audio signal incomming.
  • More than 100% introduce a "special" distorsion.

Website:

https://www.numerisson.com/novaflash/uk.html

Latest Versions:

PC: 1.0


FREE DOWNLOAD 32 BIT



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Daniel Strongin
San Francisco

Daniel is a caffeine dependent, entrepreneur, music producer, sound design junkie, and world traveler crazy about teaching modern electronic music production through his site SoundShock. You can get in contact with him at daniel@soundshockaudio.com


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