I'm done with two Camomile plugins. Camomile is wonderful!
The easiest way to yank out the pure data guts of these is to download the windows versions and just disregard the .dll and .vst files. I do not think I will make friendlier pd versions of these patches. They started out as patches I am running with specific hardware controllers and were ported to Camomile from there.
Ed Myrol uses a funny method of avoiding aliasing by playing only pitches that are an exact number of samples long with a pitch shifter inside each polyphonic voice. I really like the way this changes the character of the sound. The pitch shifters are primitive and they smear the dynamics of the sound. There was someone either on this forum or on the list-serv who made an abstraction that I can't find right now that also generates such cycles but solves the pitch error problem in a much more intelligent way. I regret not being able to find it at this moment.
Ringdown uses voices that are ring modulated from a single sine osc that operates in a sort of paraphonic way. I think it's a real hoot but I'm curious to know if you think so too. I'm going to expand on the concept in a future project and hopefully expand the range of the instrument.
You should be able to grab them from here:
I'll link these too