As i had mentioned earlier in this thread when you mport WAV wavetable files into Falcon you have to add the size oif a single waveform at the end of the file. For Serum and Galbanum this is 2048.wagtunes wrote:I'm a little stumped so maybe somebody can help.
I downloaded the 32 bit version of these files. I attempted to load some into Falcon, and they load fine, but they're not wavetables. They're static single cycle waveforms. So I figured what I needed to do was to import them into something like Audio-Term and create the actual wavetables there and then import them into Falcon. Problem is, Audo-Term doesn't recognize the waves as any valid format that it can use and dumped them into its unrecognizeable files folder.
So I'm stumped. How do I actually create a wavetable with these waveforms?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
This means you have to rename the Galbaum wavetable files to something like e.g. "Wavetable 001_2048.WAV" and the import into Falcon.