Fratzoor is an analog style Step-Sequencer which was designed to produce interesting bass-patterns very fast by using Randomizers (e.g.typical sliding monosynth bassline)...also usable for chords. It gets triggered by a MIDI-Note. Additionally, there are features like "Mode-Switch" and "Shifting of the Step-Position". Fratzoor also is controllable with any MIDI-Controller (TouchOSC for Smartphone, Nanokontrol, etc..) Please read the Quickguide for further information.
8-Step-Sequencer with Pitch-, Velocity-, Gate- and Shiftcontrol
Randomizers for Pitch, Velocity and Trigger
Mono or Poly
to use Fratzoor, it's MIDI-Out has to be connected to the MIDI-In of a Synth (how to, depends on your DAW)
..Fratzoor + Distel are Free/Donation-Ware. Both are not limited in any function and you could use them however you want. I "might" add some features like "another 8-Steps", "MidiChannel-Switch", "CC-Lane" etc..
Distel was more or less the Testsynth for Fratzoor, but in the end it didn't sound too bad I think.There is not a lot to say about Distel.. it's based on subtractive synthesis and distorting in many differnet ways (1 Waveshaper for each Oscillator and another Waveshaper behind the Filters..) has a bass enhancer with several controls and some other things you will find out. There are some hidden features ;-) Use the volumecontrols to manage distortion a bit.. You use Distel on your own risk !!
2 Oscillators, 1 Waveshaper for each
3 different Filters + adjustable modulation-ammount (Signal Flow : Filter 1,Filter 2, Filter 3) + another Waveshaper
6 Voices and different Voice-Modes
adjustable Bass-Enhancer (fixed frequency at 80Hz)
simple synth created with SynthmakerCM. The aim was to construct a little helper tool, which produces typical filtermodulated sound with a few clicks and knob-turns. You can draw your waveforms straight into the oscillator.