I can’t deny being a long-time fan of the Waldorf sound and of wavetable synthesis in general, so I was pretty keen to try out the NW1. Its Nave-inspired engine features all the classic wavetables — 80 of them — plus 10 user tables and 50 Text-To-Speech wavetables to satisfy any robotic cravings you may have. With each table holding up to 4096 waves, this module already offers a monster collection of varied, moving tones, but if you fancy rolling your own, Waldorf supply a free editor. This creates new tables either from text input or imported samples, but if...
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