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Apophysis Synth Pack by slobo777 Apophysis Synth Pack by slobo777
A collection of shapes found using Synth, that might be useful starting points, as opposed to tweaking all 30+ variables!

This content is free to use for any legal purpose, please copy and use freely, without restrictions or requirements.

*zweeZwyy has helpfully rendered out the whole of this pack as a thumbnail reference here: [link]

The plugin itself is here: [link]
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GraphicLia Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2012
Thank you! Perhaps with this I'll can some insight into this plugin. :slow:
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2008
Latest spawn from this: Brittlestar [link] & Sunflower [link] :thanks: :boogie:
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2008
And so it starts! Synth Plots here: [link] :thanks:
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skellorg Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008
I'm trying to be strong and honor my resolution not to play with Apo until after the first of the year (I have a project I'd set a deadline to finish by the end of the year, and it won't happen if I keep playing with Apo.)

I've downloaded this and tucked it into a "2009" folder and am very much looking forward to exploring. I may even finish my project early with this as an incentive. ;)

Thanks very much for sharing. :)
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slobo777 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, be strong, it's disheartening to look back at several incomplete projects at the end of a year!

Still, I'll look forward to what you make of Synth next year. It isn't the easiest thing to use, and I never quite finished making anything much with it myself so far (talking of incomplete projects!)
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008
:ahoy: Gotcha! Thanks B-) :clap:

This will save me daze & daze of daze :bounce:
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slobo777 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem.

The shape from Falling Stars sounds like . . . a modem tone! In fact both the ones I tried it with did. I think I know why that is, and what sort of things you could do to make it more musical. Any pure waveform played straight sounds a bit dead anyhow, what makes a sound interesting is how it changes over time. If I get anything resembling music out of Synth, then I'll post it in an animation or something :-)
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008
Always been fascinated with making fractals sing [link] My old Casio died a few years back. I'm inspired to go find another (small, simple, lo-end) that will do this job, along same lines as Casio - any suggestions? :sherlock:

I'm a hermit living in remote mountain isolation & only venture forth from my eyrie about every 2 weeks, plus I'm partially lame (trawling shops is out for me), so your tips on this would really help me go straight to ground zero. :explosion: :laughing:

Found those flames, thanks. :thanks:
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slobo777 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nowadays for composers, it's all software virtual synths. Of course if you want to input tunes and you play keyboard you'll still need one of those (I play(ed) guitar).

Check out "Computer Music" - this link takes you straight to a beginners section with more advice than you could ever need :-) [link]
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008
:w00t!: Absolutely...wow...brilliant (AFB) link...I'll be busy I can see...what ARE you doing to me!:spin:

BTW I'm doing screenshots of those flames & creating low rez jpgs of them for quick ref - want me to post them to link to that flamepack when I'm thru? As a small thankyou. (or not, as you will).
:wave: :sprint:
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008
:thanks: I have Absinthe, maybe that will do it, but also Reason...plus a whole DVD of virt synth progs & stuff I'd forgotten about...yes, I play(ed) keyboard, flutes, oued, mandolin, sitar & a bit of guitar (but not in "conventional' chords style - freestyle :laughing:) I once walked overland from Morocco to India, playing whatever instruments came to me as I passed thru various countries on my odyssey, got very versatile...played keyboard with a band in Ibiza for a while in the early days of electronic music....& my little Casio came into my life about 15 years ago...keyboard is my main love I guess.....but that was then...

Ok you've got me thinking..I've been so locked into Apo this last year I've almost forgotten who I used to be...:phew:

& thanks I'll go Browse the link :boing:

NNTR
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slobo777 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If you've chosen and used Reason, you probably don't need the beginner's section. I still recommend the magazine though . . .

I've always stuck with simpler music software (Making Waves is a favourite, very simple .wav sequencer), and I know very little about keyboards, except that my dad had an analog synth (a Trident) and I used to enjoy playing with that creating sounds. I doodled with music and sounds for many years before Apophysis.

The furthest I've walked though is a hike through Black Forest in Germany. Not quite the same league as crossing continents!
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2008
I like to keep things simple, so easy to get chokked with the impedimenta, so I'll follow yr pebble trail.

The Black Forest...beautiful. Just been watching Griff Rhys Jones on Mountain [link]) , climbing & trekking the mountains of UK, just the best TV I've seen in a while. You have some amazing places to go there, & so close.
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esintu Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:clap: thanks for sharing, i'll have a look when i'm on a computer with apophysis :roll:
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