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The Quilcom Padulator: Make yourself a cool pad

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Re: The Quilcom Padulator: Make yourself a cool pad

Postby Spogg » Sun May 10, 2020 9:05 am

Indeed, without Martin's work finding its way into everything I make, I'd have nothing of much use.

I am eternally grateful to him.

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Re: The Quilcom Padulator: Make yourself a cool pad

Postby spag030 » Tue May 19, 2020 3:59 pm

I want to thank you for your fantastic VSTi which I think is one of the best tools that use the padsynth algorithm implementation.
The possibility of setting the partials and their amplitudes give the possibility of obtaining a truly impressive sound variety as well as the possibility of modulating in real time the wavetables generated by the algorithm. I also really appreciated the ability to save sounds. As for the CPU load, it is not particularly heavy, especially when the release fade is set to zero considering the number of oscillators involved and the quality of the sounds obtained.
Thanks very much again for making it available.
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Re: The Quilcom Padulator: Make yourself a cool pad

Postby Spogg » Wed May 20, 2020 8:42 am

Thank you Mr/Ms spag030!

As I mentioned before, this was only possible because of Martin Vicanek’s work. There are 112 cpu-efficient sinewave oscillators running! These are coded in optimised assembler.

I decided to warn people about high CPU because if you have a lower spec PC it might struggle.

My on-board recorder has received quite a few compliments, and so I put one in all my synths these days. It seems like such a simple and obvious thing to do, so I’m surprised it’s not done more widely.

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Re: The Quilcom Padulator: Make yourself a cool pad

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Thu May 28, 2020 8:10 pm

I like pads, will make something neat :)
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