Patches available on patch storage:
- wrpbrds, v0.2, a synth / effect patch based on MI Warps (updated 8 Aug)
- lmnts, v0.2 - physical model/effect based on MI Elements (update 8 Aug)
- brds, v0.3 - synth based on MI Braids (updated 22 July)
- clds, v0.4 - effect based on MI Clouds (updated 26 July)
- rngs reverb ,v0.1- reverb from MI Rings
- rngs chorus ,v0.1- chorus effect from MI Rings
- rngs ensemble ,v0.1 - ensemble effect from MI Rings
How to use… generally the best place to start is the Mutable Instruments manuals, these explain the parameters, and also how they can be used, which can be surprising at times
apart from that…
lmnts : use keyboard to alter pitch/gate
clds: low C = freeze, low C# = trig , rest of keyboard alters pitch (no gate)
brds: use keyboard… note: 4 note poly, has a rings reverb for added space
Whats in a name : Ive named patches/externals after the Mutable Instruments eurorack module, but removed the ‘vowels’… to remind users, these are not endorsed, or replicas of the MI modules, and may contains errors/issues that I have introduced… also there are some ‘platform limitations’. if you want the real mccoy, buy a eurorack and head over to http://mutable-instruments.net
Special thanks to Oliver @ Mutable Instruments for being so generous to make all his source code open source.
my source code for externals etc, cross compiles on mac / linux (including organelle) / windows, it is open source, but I will be ‘releasing’ it once I consider it stable, and also once the interface to the externals is unlikely to change.
till then I consider all these as ‘betas’ so I recommend the externals are not used elsewhere, unless you are willing to update whenever I put out a new release. (for obvious reasons I dont want old, possibly buggy, versions out there)
Original Post :
some may of you may know I’m a keen fan of Axoloti , and that I help develop the software for it… and that included bringing some the Mutable Instruments eurorack modules to Axoloti.
well now, I have an Organelle - its Organelle’s turn
you will find my patches/externals on patch storage here:
Im new to PD, and also creating PD externals., but Ive got started.
you will find 3 patches for Organelle:
- rngs reverb - reverb from MI Rings
- rngs chorus - chorus effect from MI Rings
- rngs ensemble - ensemble effect from MI Rings
In keeping with what we have done on Axoloti , Ive named after the Mutable Instruments eurorack module, but removed the ‘vowels’… to remind users, these are not endorsed, or replicas of the MI modules, and may contains errors/issues that I have introduced… also there are some ‘platform limitations’.
But it wont be stopping there…
Ive already got the code compiling and basic PD externals for Braids, Warps,Rings, Clouds and Elements.
as I said, I’m a bit new to this (though not C++ ) , so going to take a while for me to get this in a design I’m happy with, and also to put the organelle patches together.
on the positive, not only will there be ‘free standing patches’ , but also you will be able to use the externals in your own projects…
of course… a big thank you to Mutable Instruments for making this open source, so made this possible… great guys, go check them out https://mutable-instruments.net
anyway, just getting started , hope you enjoy
Mark aka TheTechnobear