MATRIXSYNTH: 4ms Spherical Wavetable Navigator (SWN) - Creating Your Own Wavetables

Monday, April 29, 2019

4ms Spherical Wavetable Navigator (SWN) - Creating Your Own Wavetables

Published on Apr 29, 2019 4mspedals

"Learn how to create your own wavetables from an audio source on the Spherical Wavetable Navigator. In this video we create a new Sphere using a voice sample, add effects, and save it.

For advanced features such as Waveform Spread, Shift, and Stretch, applying effects to spherical dimensions, see the User Manual.

The Spherical Wavetable Navigator (SWN) is a six-channel synthesizer that makes it easy to create slowly morphing drones, polyphonic melodies, evolving sequences, and rich textures. The SWN features six wavetable oscillators with independent pitch, level, and waveform controls. Six LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) can be used as modulation sources and/or envelopes, making it easy to add dynamic motion to your patch. Each channel is a full voice and can be “played” using the top row of buttons, the internal LFOs, or note-change detection on the 1V/oct jacks. The SWN ships with 12 three-dimensional (spherical) wavetables and an easy interface which allows you to record and edit custom wavetables from live audio. Open-source software for Mac, Windows, and Linux called SphereEdit can be freely downloaded and allows you computer to create, edit, and convert .wav files into Spherical wavetables to transfer into the SWN with an audio cable."

4ms Spherical Wavetable Navigator

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