The Phonk Bells instrument made by Herrmutt Lobby is a drum synth engine, something in between a cowbell and a synth.
The sounds are a detuned stacked fifth on 4 pads. It comes with 10 variations of the engine and has an fx chain where you can change the pitch for each pad, tweak the filters, or add some color to the sound.
TYPICAL USE OF THE PHONK BELLS
Adding more cowbell
Use the beat amp modulation to alter the amplitude of the bell according to the note position in a beat.
Using the connections: Connect the pitch envelope with instruments such as the mini sampler. Now when you change the pitch envelope you can hear it is affected by playing the mini sampler.
Connect a kick to the "+0 oct" action input (no transposition) and a snare to the "-1 oct" action input. Now when you tap the snare, you will hear it drop an octave when playing. Then when you tap the kick, it will reset it to its original pitch. You could also make it go up or down two octaves as well.