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For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby BobF » Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:06 pm

BobsSaw2sqr2dlbSawDemo.fsm
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Hello all,
This is just a simple patch showing what kinds of things can be done with some simple patches, modules, and etc..
Then I thought this may be a good idea. Why not make this a whole topic on little tips and tricks like this that many out there never new were even possible or had an idea but did not know how to go about it.
Well what do you all think? Keep this going or not?
Anyone else want to add any clever patches or have any tips and tricks with Flowstone?
Ok, later then, BobF.....
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby Spogg » Sun Aug 23, 2015 11:15 am

Nice one Bob!

I've added a simple Mod to MVs Osc collection to provide variable Phase Distortion a la Casio...

Hope this is in the spirit of your Topic... ?

Cheers

Spogg
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Mulit Osc with PD.fsm
Dead simple but nice on sine and triangle I think
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby Spogg » Sun Aug 23, 2015 11:30 am

Here's something I would have found useful in my early days of Wireless puzzlement...

Cheers

Spogg
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Wireless Bridger.fsm
This system can reduce the number of wires in a schematic...
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby BobF » Sun Aug 23, 2015 4:58 pm

Hi Spogg,
Yes, these are perfect! Thanks a lot, I can always count on you coming through.

Come on people if you have worked with Synthmaker or Flowstone for sometime you must have some tips and tricks you can add. Lets keep this going for awhile and see what we can muster up.

Later then, BobF.....
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby Spogg » Mon Aug 31, 2015 12:25 pm

This tip uses the Min and Max stream prims to make perfect diodes. They can also be biased as in the example below...

Also, I've emailed Malc (Support) again to ask if the old Synthmaker site can be got online again. There was so much good stuff and info there. Most projects will load into FS if you just change the file extension to .FSM

Cheers

Spogg
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Using min and max prims as diodes.fsm
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby BobF » Mon Aug 31, 2015 3:31 pm

Bobs PWM peak det.fsm
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Hi Gang,

Thanks to Spogg as always!

Ok, here is how to use a peak detector as a pulse width modulator.

Have fun and please how about some ideas from others, not just Spogg and myself.

Thanks, BobF.....
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby tulamide » Mon Aug 31, 2015 8:08 pm

Won't work, because I'm "not in the no". My passion is Ruby and GUI. But there are quite some blog posts and modules over at Flowstone GURU
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby BobF » Mon Aug 31, 2015 8:45 pm

Very COOL tulamide! Many thanks. I liked the tutorial on multi-band splitters .
Later then, BobF.....
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby Spogg » Mon Dec 07, 2015 12:17 pm

This simple Level module allows the input stream to be automatically turned off when the knob is at zero, to save cpu when no sound is output.

Cheers

Spogg
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Threshold mute.fsm
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Re: For those not in the no (Tips and Tricks)

Postby rocknrollkat » Tue Jan 05, 2016 2:43 pm

Jan. 5, 2016
Hi gang,
Here's a really simple setup that's SO obvious, you didn't get around to building one for yourself.
Yup, a DPDT switch, just like we played with in junior high school !
Check out the setup, and you can configure it to SPDT, or a many poles as you like.
Things like this can stall a project while you cobble one up, so I did it for you.

Enjoy !

ROXY
ROXY DPDT Switch Demonstrator.fsm
DPDT switch, just like in the old days !
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