When you combine the tools Overtune and AwesomeSawce, bell sounds are very easy to make on your own!! yay!!!

Overtune advised settings:

Step 1: sin(X+sin(X)sin(X3))

all the other params: leave default

AwesomeSawce advised settings (possibly after duplicating):

Count: 04 One Tuned?: Yes

Detune: 07

Osc. Type: User

Tuning Dir.: Up&Down

Tuning Res.: Semitone

Tuning Slope: Linear

all the other params: leave default

add a volume envelope that’s only a short decay. Turn it’s Sustain Off and set Release to 0 (yes, weird words for making sure it runs the entire envelope, but it works)

final tip. Add a multitap and play.

You don’t want the demo you really wanna do this urself

This is another cool formula to put at the first:
sin(X+sin(X)sin(Xnf(7))-sin(X)sin(Xnf(-7)))
or for example a recursive type of formula:
sin(X+(sin(X)+sin(X)sin(X3)+sin(X)sin(X3)sin(X5)+sin(X)sin(X3)sin(X5)sin(X7))/2)
where the influence of frequency modulators can be controlled by changing the 2 at the end

Finally figured out how to use these nice tools =)

Please don’t think i’m a complete retard, but could you post an example .xrns or .xrni? I followed your instructions above, but mine doesn’t sound much like a bell