These are wavetables I created using the somewhat infamous Ensoniq SQ80 waves that are up on http://www.buchty.net/ensoniq/index.html . They are a little different in that I used Fathom's -fill- function to create 16 discrete waves instead of the original 4 or 5. They can be used to scan though, as individual waves or set up like the SQ80 by mapping them across the keyboard. The lower register starts at index one and moves upward to index 16. Use the keyboard tracking modulator on the wave index dial to set that up. I hope you enjoy.
This preset was primarily to test the keyboard tracking of Fathom. It has 5 voices sent to 5 different zones. Kick, snare, HH are sent to typical GM notes bass in the middle and synth on the right, There was little effort devoted to sound design, so not at all a representation of Fathom sound wise.
I have been using Fathom for only a few months now. I started on version 1.0.7. At this point it is up to 1.0.11. It has a bucket load of features but a few that really grab me are the extremely powerfull envelopes and the built in delay. You can not only draw your envelopes but can double, triple............ and so on giving you a sequencer type feel. The delay is a three headed monster giving you COMPLETE control over left, right and center. This synth is capable of just about everything out there with alot of stuff we havent seen. I can see this being used alot for evolving soundscapes and one finger rhythmic dances. At this point it has a firm direction, is stable and a pleasure to program. Looking forward to the finer details.