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Primo (aka Primitive...)

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Features:
- dual-synth layout with independent oscillators, filters and modulations
- basic, combinable wavesforms, 1 or 5 oscillators (for unison) per layers with a simple 5 Hz vibrato

+/- 3 octaves pitch shift for A oscillator and +/- 3 octaves detuning for B

- ModWheel to vibrato depth (switchable) and Pitchwheel to pitch +/- 2 octaves)

- a simple Decay envelope with decay time (can be long enough to emulate sustain) and decay shape (from logarithmic to inversed log) controls

- envelope to pitch and lowpass filter cutoff modulation

- ring and FM modulation + distortion

- unison engines with switches for A-B side, detuning for the 5 oscillators, randomized wave-phases at each keystroke and spread for moving the sounds out from the central to side directions

- synch arpeggiator with 22 speeds and a pattern editor with +/- 3 octaves range and 1..8 steps

- synch ping-pong delay with 22 speeds, a single knob for delay time and dry/wet mix, 1-1 knob for reverb and chorus

- mono / poly switch, volume knob and glide control (in mono mode)

- global randomization / reset to default values buttons

- double-click on knobs set them to default value

- synth output display

- GUI needs Segoe Print character set

- 64 slots for patches

- 32 demo patches by me... feel free to modify or rename them - and make your own sounds!

A full soundbank from Kujashi.


Hold Key function (added later, after the video):

My old plan was a Hold button to keep the last pressed key.

Actually can handle 1 key only, maybe later cords too.
It memorizes the last pressed key and starts the hold function with that. If you press an other key, it holds that.
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