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Changing Wave Type (like sine to square)

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I am taking a course where the instructor is using Ableton Live and it has a way in its oscillators/synths to change the wave format (sine/square/saw) with a single click. Is there a way to do this in Samplitude?

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The corvex plugin does this. As well as can be done in Spectralayers PRO 7. Probably lot of other places I just haven't found yet.

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Hi BongoSamp,

please don't confuse virtual synthesizers and audio material here!

An oscillator is part of a virtual synth, that in it's basic form can deliver a sinus, square or saw wave.

In corvex you can change the shape of the modulation wave, also called LFO (low frequency oscillator).

But that does not effect audio material directly.

I guess the Ableton guy was handling a virtual synth, like Sams Revolta.

Cheers

Christian

 

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2 hours ago, tonminister said:

Hi BongoSamp,

please don't confuse virtual synthesizers and audio material here!

An oscillator is part of a virtual synth, that in it's basic form can deliver a sinus, square or saw wave.

In corvex you can change the shape of the modulation wave, also called LFO (low frequency oscillator).

But that does not effect audio material directly.

I guess the Ableton guy was handling a virtual synth, like Sams Revolta.

Cheers

Christian

 

Thank you

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