MATRIXSYNTH: Waldorf PPG Wave 2.v VST Synth Demo 1 - Wavetable Goodness

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Waldorf PPG Wave 2.v VST Synth Demo 1 - Wavetable Goodness


Published on Apr 19, 2020 Synth & Sundry

"Hear a range of sounds from the Waldorf reincarnation of the PPG Wave 2.3 wavetable synth in VST form. This is the Edition 2 LE version whose only limitation is total polyphony which is capped at 8 voices. Bristling with digital sizzle and icy flourishes thanks to its 32 wavetables containing 64 waves in each wavetable. In the sounds tested so far, this VST recreation excels at synth keys, leads and pads.

Those pleasing digital articulations are caused by the 8-bit (relatively low-res) interpolation between single-cycle waveforms contained in the wavetable as the synth scans it. The digital nature of its wavetables is tamed by an emulation of the SSM 2044 Voltage Controlled Filter.

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2 comments:

  1. This is why Ableton sucks. It's a DAW, but it's really only a rompler with delusions of grandeur.

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  2. ArpEEggiator? Really? Is that from Star Wars? RP-GO?

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