Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=33031
A stereo channel, a mono channel, and a group channel.
By this arrangement, the sound of an analog console is created. The first plugin in the channel is a tape simulation (Slate, UAD Studer …). Then comes the channel simulation (Slate, Britson, NLS ….). Then a smooth HP / BP / LP filter. All this can also put in a plug. After these plugs EQ, Compressor, Reverb .. be used.
“There is no thermometer”
Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=32973
Fooxer: a Loop-mixing device. Mix and loop two stereo signals.
1: input gain and VU.
2: select one of four loop delay lines.
3: delaytime defined by Clock Divider (synced to midi clock)
4: select loop delay rhythm – punctuated, straight, triplet.
5: choose Clock Divider or potentiometer delay time.
6: delaytime defined by potentiometer (not synced).
7: master gain and VU.
8: select loop mode:
9: manual loop mode – switch on loop in turning fader to the right.
10:random loop mode – choose when a random loop will probably occur.
11:random loop mode – choose how often a random loop will probably occur.
12:sequenced loop mode – choose steps to be looped. For Ramp retriggering, use midi notes.
13:12dB Lp and Hp filters.
14:three insert Fx with dry/wet crossfade.
15:independent channel1<->channel2 crossfades for bass, mids and highs
16:crossover frequencies for Low-Mid and Mid-High
17:link/unlink button – if linked, all three crossfaders will react the same.
18:don’t forget to set appropriate bmp number.
19:recognized sample rate and Ulli values. If these values don’t match, change and then change back to original value.
20:Preset Lists for sequenced loop modes.
Download device: here
Installation: if you don’t already have it, copy HostStatVCP100.dll to …/App/Dll.
And again: thanks Will and Simon!
Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=33264
Just a little device I wanted for my work- /practice-space. It’s probably overdoing it, but I like having this in a small window, so I can have other things like fx and synths visible, when playing with a band here It’s a bit hungry on dsp, but remember that 6 stereo inputs are individually mixed to 6 stereo out.
There’s a small “inconsistency”. The settings panel will show up detached, trying it’s best to have nothin to do with the mixer, until you move the mixer panel.
Please let me know, if you find a bug It does run on Scope4 (if anyone didn’t catch the update offer from SC ).
Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=26023
Some of you might remember an 8-channel mixer I made for using within the Creamware modular called Octamix. Well this is the Scope edition for using standalone in the scope Routing Window.
OCTAMIX is a very simple 8 channel mixer which is very low on dsp usage (<1). It has many of the features that you would expect to find on a small traditional 8 channel analogue desk, although it does have a few features which are quite unique to Scope. It provides some of the features found on larger Scope mixers enabling some simple mixing facilities with low dsp cost.
– 8 mono channels
– 2 mono inserts per channel
– Pre & post insert clip leds per channel
– 2 Aux sends per channel (pre/post switchable)
– 0-200 sample delay per channel
– Solo & mute buttons per channel
– Channel labelling
– 2 x stereo returns (each with 3 x stereo insert & VU)
– Main mix channel (with 3 x stereo insert & VU)
– Stereo input with gain control.
– Monitor output with gain control.
– Aux panel switchable between Int (2 x insert each) & external (ext).
– Meterbridge featuring post pan VUs for channels 1-8 & STin & Monitor VUs.
– Less than one DSP usage (not counting inserted effects).
I might update this at some point soon because it was made a while back, so let me know if you find any problems etc.
Hope you find it useful.
Planet Z: https://forums.scopeusers.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=30818
16 stereo / 16 mono channel mixer.
on/off dsp switches for all channels -> minimal dsp usage
1 x pre-eq insert
4-way eq (accessible via channel number/edit button):
-low eq: lowCut2, lowcut4 or lowshelve
-lowMid eq: bp, lowshelve or paramEq
-highMid eq: bp, hiShelve or paramEq
-high eq: highCut2,4 or hiShelve
4 x aux
2 x inserts
4 x bus
selectable channel colors + editable names
-after mixer channel fader
Planet Z Thread
Download Can Control
CAN CONTROL v1.0 – Crossfeed EQ headphone monitoring aid
Thanks to all the beta testers for your time & for the high level of feedback. The only significant change since the last beta release is the addition of separate L & R input mutes for setting up the device. These mutes are not included in presets because they don’t need to be.
Please feel free to share your presets here since I’ve opted to release it without any, but be aware that when using someone’s preset, you may well have to tweak the device to your own preference even if using the same monitor speakers & cans/phones as they are. That shouldn’t be an issue though, as you’ll need to set the device up for yourself anyway whether starting from a preset or not.
Quick Start Guide
- Connect CAN CONTROL in line before your headphone monitoring output.
- Turn the CAN CONTROL master volume level down low.
- Play some music. Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark side of the moon’ is a good example of music that benefits from crossfeed, but there are many others (most infact).
- Turn the master volume back up to a listening level that you’re happy with.
- Mute the left (L) or right (R) hand side with the mute buttons at the top corners of the green window so that you’re only listening to one side.
- Switch on & off the crossfeed with the round black button labeled ‘X’ or by clicking the x-feed on/off switches in the green window.
- Play with the ‘High Loss F’ (frequency) and ‘High Loss G’ (gain) & ‘Delay’ parameters to adjust to your own head for a sound coming at an angle in front which sounds as close as possible to what you hear from your monitor speaker on that side instead of inside your head like you would normally hear on your headphones (especially closed back types). You won’t hear any difference with a mono record, but for sounds recorded only on one channel & in between, you should get a significant effect that gives a sense of some extra space.
- Adjust the crossfeed gain (X Gain) and left/right gain (LR Gain) parameters if necessary.
- Switch the muted channel back on, so that you’re now listening to both left and right hand sides.
- Adjust master EQ section parameters if necessary. You may find the need to cut bass frequencies between 250-500Hz by 1 to 2dB using the Low Shelf, but in some cases you may not! It’s a balance of what you’re monitoring & personal taste.
- Use your ears and some trial & error adjusting and listening to different types of music, saving yourself some presets with settings you’re happy with as you go.
- If you wish to get technical in setting up CAN CONTROL you can follow some of the procedures above using sine waves or filtered pink noise, but you have to submit pictures to this thread of you wearing your lab coat.
That should be enough to get you started. When I have time I’ll write something more in-depth if there’s a demand.