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Name/Version: GMaudio FMFX 1.1
Author: groovmekanik  
Description: Ever wanted to add frequency modulation to any signal? Now you can!

New in Version 1.1
- Processing takes place at 2x Oversampling
- Parameter output smoothed for pristine modulation
- Oscillators normalized
(no signal drop between oscillator types)
- Greater Ratio and Amount Ranges

FM's more and Sounds better!

GMaudio FMFX uses an oscillator of your choice to frequency modulate any signal passing through it. You can choose the frequency of the modulator manually via in Hz, Note values or send the device MIDI from the accompanying MIDI Effect. Ratio is multiplication of the modulator frequency and amount is the volume of the oscillator used to 'FM' the signal.

All parameters can be modulated or automated. Use it with self oscillating filters to create morphing drones, add texture and tonality to your leads or push your bass lines into FM oblivion. Watch your signal dance with the supplied oscilloscope. You'll never be short of FM Synthesis in your projects, the sound design possibilities for this device are endless.

Tips and annotations displayed in Ableton Live's Info Veiw.

Couple this with GMaudio WaveFolder v2 for 'East-Coast' complex oscillator awesomeness.

(To send this device MIDI, simply add the GMaudio FMFX MIDI0 midi effect to any MIDI or Instrument Track in your Ableton Live Set and select whether you want to use Last, Low or High note priority for the Modulator - Only one can be used per Live Set)

Device Details

Tags synth, lfo, effect, utility, other
Live Version Used: 10.0.6
Max Version Used: 8.0.5
Date Added: Apr 16 2019 11:53:58
Date Last Updated: Apr 16 2019 12:14:39
Device Type: audio_device
Download URL (report link)
License (more info): Commercial


Here's a nice trick that'd make a future version way more handy:

It's an midi in/out external (cross-platform) that bypasses the M4L midi limitations... Use it into your audio device to get midi input straight into it, this way you don't need the midi sender device anymore.

Ah awesome, thanks mate! :D

Here are some examples of different ways you can use this device;

woops! wrong link... try this one;

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