https://parawave-audio.com/public-downl ... Manual.pdf
Neon Breath wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 19, 2021 6:27 pm
Trying and testing the demo. Fantastic sample mangler!
Now, wondering... I can't figure how to set loop points in the sample visualisation window, so I can only play some part of the sample and not the whole thing. Any cue or idea how to achieve this?
The oscillators have a variety of parameters used to control their functionality. To enable or
disable an oscillator, simply toggle the LED light in the top row of its interface on or off.
Depending on whether a wavetable or multi-sample is selected, the oscillator controls have
When using a wavetable, morphing changes the wavetable index position and smoothly blends
between the adjacent waveforms. Clicking in the center of the display cycles the view mode of
the wavetable between a 2D and 3D representation.
When using a multi-sample, delay changes the start time of the sample from anywhere
between instant up to 500 milliseconds. This delay can be used to create interesting phase
cancellation effects, or to avoid producing these when multiple oscillators are playing the same
For wavetables, the phase parameter sets the starting point of the first wave cycle in degrees.
A complete cycle is 360 degrees. A half cycle is 180 degrees. A quarter cycle is 90 degree, and
so on. This effect can be clearly seen when using the 2D wavetable view!
For multi-samples, the phase parameter determines the start point within the sample. For e.g.
you could increase the phase parameter to skip the attack section of a sample. This can be
combined with the Delay paremeter to create interesting new variations on existing samples.
RAPID SYNTHESIZER - Components Oscillator
This introduces a randomization of the phase paremeter on every keypress. The higher this
value is, the greater the range of phase variations