Homegrown Sounds tells us that Gravity Wave adapts the synth engine from Fragments with the goal of building a unique sounding atmospheric synth. They say that Gravity Wave uses very long waveforms which increases the complexity of the end result forming unique landscapes sometimes reminiscent of the Korg Wavestation. Here's the story direct from Homegrown Sounds...
The samples used come from the previous releases of Fragments, Air Waves and Air Tones although they have been reprocessed into very long complex waveforms from which the sounds are pulled. Having the combination of the Radio Waves and Musical Sounds, it can make for some very interesting and unique Pads when mixed together.
Gravity Wave has 2 Synthesizers each using 8 sequencers to Sequence the Volume, Filter Cutoff, Loop Length, Loop start, Pan, Drive Amount, Delay Send and Reverb Send. This is a huge amount of Motion available to shape the character. In terms of sample playback, the loop start and length allows moving around the underlying samples, and because they are large results in unique and surprising sequences.
Like all other HGS Instruments there are sophisticated Global Randomizers with different styles ranging from Tempo based rhythmic to less Rhythmic styles. 100 Presets are included, although it is just a click of a button to generate your own unique sounds. The presets from Fragments are also included, although they will not sound the same as they do in Fragments, they can be interesting to explore.
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