surreal wrote: Delta Sign wrote: digitalboytn wrote:
Delta Sign wrote:
I can't wait to try to make my own wavetbales!
I can't wait to hear them
Will they be a cross between timbales and hay bales ?
I finally had the time to check this out further. I really like the "2D Wavetable" feature. I quickly made 2 synth choir-ish 2*4 frames wavetables which are somewhat related on the X and Y axis and made this patch with them:https://soundcloud.com/deltasign/hive-wavetable-test-02
It's possible to get quite a bit of movement going with the auto sweep feature and modulation of the sub table (Or Y axis, as I like to call it).
How did you make the choirsounds?
I made the wavetables for Zebra years ago, I don't actually remember how I made them exactly. I think I just sampled my own voice and messed around with the samples until it sounded right.
For the Hive wavetable I just "sampled" the first and last frame of the Zebra wavetable completely "dry" and then 3 more times with different oscfx settings.
Setting the sub table count to 4 in Hive then allows me to use the wavetable position to sweep through the table, while the sub table position brings in the oscfx. Modulating both at different rates creates a lot of movement already.
It's a lot of fun to mess with this stuff
Another thing I just made:https://soundcloud.com/deltasign/hive-wavetable-test-03
This time I tried using a more rhythmic wavetable. I basically just made a 16 frame wavetable with sines with different pitches of some of the frames and silence on others. This in combination with the switch interpolation in Hive can add some nice bubbly sounds to pads, exactly how I like it