Three resonating bandpass filters in series. Functions as either a standalone filter or as a filter based synth. Choice of output from the first, second or third filter in the chain.
Discussion and more info: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=34236
Download the device and the manual from http://www.oceanswift.net
Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=27167
SPINNER is a FAT 24dB multimode resonant filter with Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass & Notch modes
Frequency range – 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Modulation frequency range 0.1 Hz to 1.0 Hz
Spread parameter – 0 to max (spreads frequency of poles 3&4 away from poles 1&2)
Let me know what you think & if you find any issues or problems.
Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=27200
Here is a Delay Edition of SPINNER. The configuration is Delay1 > SPINNER > Delay2. The delays are purely tempo-based. You can set the BPM values with the BPM pots or by typing your desired tempo into the BPM displays. After setting your tempo/s you can then set separate Quantize values for L & R to give you your desired delay time/s.
Presets should be fully working, but I haven’t made very many for this yet, so in the meantime, you can either create your own preset bank from scratch or make a copy of the ‘SPINNER.pre’ file & rename it to ‘SPINNER DE.pre’ which will allow you to load the default SPINNER presets.
Have fun & let me know what you think.
Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=27041
SPACE EQ – simple Stereo EQ device for mixing & mastering
I’m pleased to give you my first new Scope device creation in over 5 months – SPACE EQ. It’s a very simple stereo-only device that combines EQs based on on Creamware’s excellent 2-band parametric with a spacial technique which doesn’t involve delay or reverberation. The spacial effect can be turned off simply by turning the ‘SPACE’ parameter fully left. There’s also a softclip at the output stage which can be switched on & off.
The Low & High frequency EQ parameters all use stepped potentiometers for ease of making very quick settings. The EQ values & ranges have been set up with the sole idea in mind that the device can be used for mixing & mastering purposes (probably with no or very little use of the SPACE parameter, which is a special effect for those who like to dabble with experimental mixing techniques). I made SPACE EQ for my own mixing knowing that I will sometimes wish to mix with 3 or 4 dB boosts at 60-80Hz & 8-16kHz.
Feel free to let me know what you think..
Have fun folks..