MATRIXSYNTH: What is Transwave Synthesis?

Friday, April 05, 2019

What is Transwave Synthesis?

Published on Apr 5, 2019 Fabbri's Midnight Librarians

Some beautiful sonic landscapes in the demo that comes in at 4:00. I always thought of transwave synthesis as Enoniq's implementation of wavetable synthesis. In this tutorial it's portrayed as a bit closer to granular synthesis. The idea of wavetable synthesis is to morph between single cycle waveforms in a wavetable. In the example above he is morphing through a sample.

"In this video I illustrate the basic concept behind transwave sound synthesis. At the end I demonstrate an evolving ambient soundtrack which uses these basic concepts with some LFO, Envelopes, and on-board effects.

I followed Robin Bausewein's excellent tutorial (method 2) here:" [second video just posted here]

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