OhmerPrems plugin/modules feedbacks thread (v2.4.1b10)


I open this thread for feedbacks, reports, technical help, and exchanges around OhmerPrems plugin, and related modules:

  • FroeZe, the 128-pattern 15+1 tracks 64 steps sequencer (68HP module).
  • FroeZe-X, the right-side expander module for FroeZe.
  • FroeZe-SX, the left-side expander module for FroeZe.
  • KlokSpid MkII, the versatile clock-based module (clock, LFOs, clocked envelope generators).
  • KX, the left-side expander module for KlokSpid MkII.
  • QuadPercs, the 4-channel drum module.
  • KordZ, the note & chords display module.

Releases (lastest published in VCV Library), and betas (as Pre-releases from GitHub repo):



:warning: No log = no support!


FroeZe-SX left-side expander module for FroeZe sequencer (introduced since v2.4.1 beta 10):


KlokSpid MkII - application example: a very basic “FM” operator (but without EG/VCA).

Doing phase modulation (PM) - the phase modulation technique was used by Yamaha for DX synthesizers family.

KlokSpid MkII master frequency is set to 440Hz (visible on second screen capture), output 3 sends unaltered sine waveform (Deform slider set to left position: SINE), output 3 modifier is x1, output 3 voltage amplitude is (default) 10V, output 3 voltage offset is (default) 0V, output 3 amplitude is spread around v-offset (via Bipolar around offset checkbox, checked in this example), by this way, effective output 3 voltage is into -5V/+5V range.

External LFO (by using Surge XT Quad LFO module, here), is set around 150Hz, default sine (undeformed), default bipolar -5V/+5V, from first part of this quad module (green trace on scope). It modulates the output 3 phase (to be more precise, around the phase shift setting), via CV4 input (default bipolar -5V/+5V, visible in top-right vu-meter).

…or by using another KlokSpid MkII module as LFO source (output 1 sends sine, 330Hz, -5V/+5V range, green trace on left scope).

Output 3 is sent directly as audio to studio monitors, via Yamaha/Steinberg UR22C audio interface (ASIO, 48kHz 24-bit WAV, 128 buffer size), then M-Audio BX5 D2 studio monitors.