I'm a musician who thinks about getting into gaming. I REALLY am interested how did you create this synth sound parameters clearly responding to pattern settings. Did you write some library yourselves for that? It sounds clean and awesome!
Zentacle lets you create complex and beautiful spiral patterns, just by fiddling with some sliders. Share your creation as an animated GIF or screenshot.
Full source available on GitHub: https://github.com/ajkolenc/zentacle
Comes with a host of presets that you can use as a base for your own creations.
Special Thanks: Patrick Rosetti (@PRosset) for coming up with the name
- Spoke. An arm of a spiral
- Offshoot. A branch off of a spoke
- Pattern. An arrangement of spokes
- Scene. Up to 4 pattern/spoke pairs
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I did write it myself actually. The sound sample itself is just a simple sine synth, and there's a few audio processing effects on the output (reverb, compressor).
The quality of the sound is using some data from the simulation.
- Scale is a pentatonic variation chosen depending on the color of the background (darker is more minor)
- Octave is determined by the color of the spokes
- Pitch is determined by the Y position
- Panning is controlled by X position
I basically just tried to figure out the most natural mapping to the sound properties I had readily available to tweak. Most of those parameters are accessible on Unity's AudioSource
I really love this! Will you make at some point a Mac build?
I may! The only thing that needs to be ported is the file-saving/opening dialogs for importing/exporting. I had to include a special Mono DLL for it on Windows; not sure how Macs handle that, but I imagine it wouldn't take too long.