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Swamp - Timbre modulation synth
Swamp is a timbre modulation synthesizer. This being achieved by processing each oscillator's waveform in a very unique way.

The result is frequencies are moved to more mid and high ranges - enriching the sound even with harmonics and at certain settings adds a metallic character usually expected by a ringmodulator - but there is no ringmodulator used.

Each oscillator has actually two audio-outputs: one normal and one Timbre-modulated both being routed by mix-sliders to filter or direct out of VCA. So the most interesting part of a sound is already created in using the mix and modulation section of each oscillator. In addition to that the filter section adds what You expect from a synthesizer.
  • 2 digital PCM-wave oscillators powered by 64 different waveforms.
  • Each oscillators has two outputs: normal and Timbre-modulated.
  • Timbre-modulation is achieved by special system of processing the waves of each oscillator.
  • 1 filter (24db Lowpass).
  • 2 ADSR-style envelope generators.
  • 4 LFO (bpm-synced).
  • 3 Sample & Hold (bpm-synced).
  • 1 bpm-synced Delay with LFO-synced Pan-modulation.

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Nov 11 2019
  5  / 5
I had the same problem with Swamp on Reaper. What I did was set up MIDI thus: MIDI:All:All Channels. THEN you have to set "Map input to channel" = Channel 1. (i.e. change it from "source"). The same applies for the Protoplasm Pro and STS-17 instruments. If you do this you can play Swamp (and the others) from both the Virtual Keyboard as well as a physical one.

Oct 12 2019
  ?  / 5
I wasn't able to get any sound (at all) out of this in Reaper. I looked all over the GUI for an off/off switch - am I missing something? I've noticed a few of the plugins I've downloaded have this issue.

Dec 19 2018
  5  / 5
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