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Andrew (adjc@minster.york.ac.uk) writes:
(This is a modified advert-text) The WAVE is an Advanced Modular Wavetable Synthesizer with a very intuitive user interface, probably the most intuitive user interface today. It represents the logical refinement of Wavetable synthesis, with the utmost consideration for a clear, concise and intuitive user interface. In addition, the WAVE has been conceived to be completely modular in its hardware. Options for soft- and hardware extensions allow for an even greater flexibility, putting the WAVE, as its predecessor, the MicroWave, into the best position to become a classic.

Comments About the Sounds:
Very weird sound possibilities by analyzing existing samples and transferring them into Wavetables. Can be done either by putting the hole sample with changes over time into a Wavetable or by extracting the harmonic content of a sample and creating a 64-part multisample.

(Thanks to Andrew for this info.)

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x Till Kopper´s WAVE german text
x Learn to Program Sythesizersv Learn to Program Sythesizers
x The unofficial Waldorf WAVE pages (english and german)

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