WTF - A New Concept In Waveform Morphing

Dove Audio's New Oscillator creates a hybrid mix of two waveforms      09/07/18

Dove Audio has announced what they describe as a completely new concept in waveform morphing for its new oscillator module for both Euro and MU (MOTM and dotcom) modular systems available via a Kickstarter campaign. They say that the Window Transform Function (WTF) is a radically different way to morph between two waveforms and create a hybrid mix of two waveforms previously unheard of.

Doev Audio WTF diagram

Paula Maddox has been designing synthesizers for over 20 years (previously with Modal Electronics) says:

 “The concept is a relatively simple one, two waveforms are used (front and rear) and are synchronous. A 'window' can be opened in the front waveform allowing a portion of the rear waveform to be 'inserted' into the front waveform. It is also possible to have dual windowed waveforms."

 

 

A video showing the window transform function in use is at the top of the page.


Pricing and Availability:

See Kickstarter.

More information:

 

 

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