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WaveToZebra & Choir sounds in Zebra2

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Urs
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21597 posts since 7 Aug, 2002, from Berlin

Postby Urs; Tue May 03, 2011 2:39 am

Jajaja :x

(one day I'll come up with sumpin'...)

:)
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Sendy
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Postby Sendy; Tue May 03, 2011 9:43 am

Urs wrote:Jajaja :x

(one day I'll come up with sumpin'...)

:)


+1 :P
http://sendy.bandcamp.com/releases < My new album at Bandcamp! Now pay what you like!
Polybius
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527 posts since 12 Dec, 2007, from Belgium

Postby Polybius; Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:32 am

I'm thinking, but maybe my toughts stink, so don't hit me if i'm talking out of my a** :)

Would it be doable for Zebra to import vector data created in a program like Illustrator/Freehand as a geomorph waveform? All that would be needed is for the waveform to be drawn in a certain "set-in-stone" aspect-ratio to be "importable". That way, we can draw our own waveform with our favourite program of choice (Illustrator *cough*), save as an .EPS or something, and import the wave in Zebra.

Is that a stupid idea? I bet it's a lot easier than programming a wave-drawing program inside Zebra. The waveform editor as it is now in Zebra must have been a real pain to program, even with its limited set of functions.
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cturner
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148 posts since 7 Dec, 2009, from GWB

Postby cturner; Wed Mar 28, 2012 8:38 am

Polybius wrote:Would it be doable for Zebra to import vector data created in a program like Illustrator/Freehand as a geomorph waveform?


Certainly possible. The biggest problem I see is that AFAICT, the incantations for setting Geomorph data are not published anywhere.

Best, Charles
MagnumMusic
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37 posts since 17 Jul, 2012, from PL/UK

Postby MagnumMusic; Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:49 am

Amazing software :)

This is what i made thx to it:

http://www26.zippyshare.com/v/95386798/file.html

What do you guys think about it? any tips how to make it sound better? :)
timaeus222
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Postby timaeus222; Thu Dec 13, 2012 3:55 pm

I'm meaning to download this tonight. Can someone explain to me how to use this? I did a quick download and skim, and I don't see a manual or readme. Also, is the v5 good enough, or is the v6 suggested? If the v6, I don't really remember how to run it using the command prompt. I'm no super computer guru. :P

@MagnumMusic: I like it. :D It's a little high on the wet signal so it's somewhat hard to hear the authenticity of a real voice, but the atmosphere is fantastic. Btw...

+1

I listened to it 8 times in 5 minutes.
blackflag
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174 posts since 21 Sep, 2008

Postby blackflag; Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:40 am Re: WaveToZebra & Choir sounds in Zebra2

Is there any way to preview the wavetable before exporting it?
Shiek927
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310 posts since 13 May, 2014

Postby Shiek927; Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:49 pm Re: WaveToZebra & Choir sounds in Zebra2

You know, I always wanted to ask, but it kept forgetting.

People very generously have used Wav2Zebra to capture OSC waveforms from Massive, Sylenth, Largo and FM8 to help capture there sound to an extent. I there there were a few others as part of that Xmas gift ^^.

Will we ever see waveforms from Diva? :p. I'm kind of surprised nobody has done it yet (I don't know how), but it really nifty to have those waveforms in Zebra, especially from the digital osc.
perivar
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5 posts since 3 Jun, 2011, from Sandnes, Norway

Postby perivar; Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:34 am Re: WaveToZebra & Choir sounds in Zebra2

Check out the "updated" wav2zebra tool here:
viewtopic.php?f=31&t=413529&p=6147139#p6147139
goleat
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188 posts since 24 Jan, 2011

Postby goleat; Fri Jun 05, 2015 3:14 pm Re: WaveToZebra & Choir sounds in Zebra2

perivar wrote:Check out the "updated" wav2zebra tool here:
viewtopic.php?f=31&t=413529&p=6147139#p6147139

Thanks :clap:
mevla
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648 posts since 3 Nov, 2015

Postby mevla; Sun Sep 03, 2017 10:54 am Re: WaveToZebra & Choir sounds in Zebra2

Is it possible to build the wave to Zebra converter for use in Linux ?
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