Oscilloscope Music

                      

Synthesizer Series

Welcome to the OMS Exploration Laboratory


Here you will find a series of musical synthesizers and sound generators which, when viewed through an X/Y oscilloscope, produce discernible shapes and interesting patterns. This is a series inspired by the works and algorithms of Jerobeam Fenderson

While fun to look at through an oscilloscope, these sound generators are powerful sonic tools in their own right, capable of creating a range of organic, mechanical, creepy, alien sound.

Spiral Generator

A perfect compliment to PrettyScope. Generates fractal spirals that makes all kinds of bassy, throaty, vocal sound as well as insane bubbly, grinding, and alien sound fx.

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Torus Generator

Similar to Spiral Generator except in the shape of a torus, a more well-behaved brother of the spiral generator and more useful for and tonal sound musical pitches.

Coming Soon

This is the first in a series of oscilloscope-music inspired products and pairs perfectly with PrettyScope. Spiral and Torus use an algorithm created by Jerobeam Fenderson. There will be more advanced 2D and 3D synthesizers in the future for serious music production and sound design.

"Sweet" Features
  • Features Jerobeam Fenderson's very own algorithm which generates a fractal spiral that is infinitely zoomable by modulating the "Morph" parameter.
  • All parameters automatable.
  • Creates some mean vocal basses.
  • Infinitely rotatable by modulating the "RotY" and "RotX" parameters.
  • Use the "Z Amount" parameter to engage chaotic feedback, great for sound design and fx.
  • 6 assignable LFOs
  • 5 Velocity-sensitive ADSRs (hard-wired for now)
  • Selectable oversampling from 1x to 8x (I could increase that range if needed)
  • Soft-clipper at the output will saturate the signal as you increase the output gain.

  • Windows
  •    -   Windows 7+
  •    -   x86 / x64
  • Mac OS X
  •    -   OS X 10.7+
  •    -   32 / 64 bit (Universal)
  • Linux
  •    -   Limited support

Below are a few images captured with PrettyScope