2.5 / 5 (6 votes)
uzumaki is a FM / Phase Distortion mixer.
It allows you to fm (using synthesizer-style phase modulation) any two mixer channels together by sidechaining them, which lets you modulate any audio together.
It is a one-knob plugin, all you have to do is click and drag on the plugin in order to turn the spiral and activate the fm effect. Watch the youtube video to learn how to properly sidechain, in fl studio you have to go to a secret "processing" tab in order to properly map the input.
Win 64 VST
(1 / 5)
should have called it the headache machine
(5 / 5)
Hi, just wanted to chime in here and say this sounds more like a ring modulator, which is potentially a good thing, but it doesn't sound like it's doing FM. keep going forward dev don't get discouraged! integrate the feedback into your algo and keep moving forward!
(5 / 5)
Easy to use! Been looking for a plugin like this for awhile. (I guess I wasn't the only person that wanted to FM in synths that couldn't FM.) Thank you very much for your creative and interesting new tool! The GUI is pretty cool as well. A bit on the weird side, but wild plugins like this need wild GUI am I right?
(0 / 5)
Completely useless... How can anyone use it practically?
I used it near the end & ending of my solarpunkwave WIP, i'm working on a tutorial soon for it. Turns an acoustic guitar into a brass instrument & makes a piano sound like rhodes. Automating the gain knob helps. This is my Solarpunkwave WIP btw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh4k-6WtBk4
(4 / 5)
Decent FM sound, a FM tone knob would be nice like kilo hearts phase distortion. I installed the plugin in the wrong drive by accident as first, but worked after installing at the right place.
Can't find it in Plug in manager for FL studios 20. Would really like to try it, but don't know why it's not showing.
Did you put the file under Program FilesCommon FilesVST3?
Had it installed in the wrong hard drive. Works great