Clds release - please use this topic for any questions/issues and tips for other users.
This is free for everyone, and once I get sorted out, I’ll release the code as open source.
If you can afford a donation to my ko-fi account that would be great, and encourage me to develop more SSP VSTs
Have fun patching…
note: Ive included instructions in the zip file, but this topic may include more up to date information.
clds - an implementation of Mutable Instrument Clouds for the Percussa SSP.
1.2.0 update to new firmware / sdk !
- new cv input parameters mix,spread ,freeze, feedback,reverb
- separate trig and freeze to different cv inputs
- ssp preset now stores/loads vst parameters
- clicking encoder resets values
note: you will lose presets, as these are now stored in the SSP preset
1.1.0 internal release only - code cleanup
1.0.0 Initial Release
I develop these plugins for free, please consider supporting my efforts with a donation.
Download: clds.zip (2.0 MB)
important note: this requires the LATEST SSP firmware (26 Aug 2020)
Demo using clouds
plugins/*.so to sdcard
you may want to copy and rename the demo presets contained in
you may now remove
/plugins.preset folder on SSP sdcard as its no longer used
The best source of information about this module is the Mutable Instruments Clouds manual
This document is based on the LATEST version of the plugin
Generally, I’ve tried to make as close as possible to the hardware module.
Clouds hardware runs at 32kHZ sample rate, clds runs on Percussa runs at 48kHz.
There is currently no lo-fi or mono mode.
Input / Outputs
like MI module,
if you only enable LEFT input, then it will treat as mono and use left for right input
if you only patch the LEFT output, then this will contain a sum of left and right outputs.
Play with the different modes - personally my favourite for ‘general purpose’ patching is looping delay
In Gain - 0.0 = no gain (or 1x) , 1.0 goes to 17x for very quiet signals, if you turn it up to much you will distort,
so listen carefully, and I’d recommend err’ing on the side of quiet.
I only recommend using at 48Khz sample rate, as this is how the clouds code is designed.
Using at other sample rates will lead to incorrect pitch, and possible other oddities.
( the only solution would be downsample/upsampling but this is sub-optimal on a platform such as the SSP)
Percussa SSP - https://www.percussa.com/
Mutable Instruments : https://mutable-instruments.net/
Thanks to Emilie for sharing her code with the community.
please note: this VST in no way endorsed or supported by Mutable Instruments.