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FM Synthesis, Wavetable Synthesis, and Subtractive Synthesis
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PostPosted: 25 June 2007 - 00:35:05 (066)  Reply with quote
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Excellent thread, thanks.
Indeed this should go sticky.

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PostPosted: 23 November 2007 - 21:37:37 (942)  Reply with quote
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Just a question...
In my case, i use a X-Station to build sounds, with 3 FM oscillators (http://www.novationmusic.com/global/products/midi_control/xstation/#details)...

My question is...

The wavetable goes to oscillator 1 and the result goes to oscillator 2 and the result of oscillator 2 goes to oscillator 3 and the result goes to envelope?
OR
The wavetable goes to oscillator 1,2 and 3 and the result goes to envelope?

I mean, the source sound goes one by one trought the oscillators or the source go to osc1,2,3 and the sound is enveloped later?

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PostPosted: 08 February 2008 - 00:58:16 (082)  Reply with quote
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Sticky now! wink

Next time you really think something should be sticky, PM one of the admins. We do not read every single topic wink

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PostPosted: 08 February 2008 - 00:59:21 (082)  Reply with quote
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dancemania wrote:
Sticky now! wink

Next time you really think something should be sticky, PM one of the admins. We do not read every single topic wink


Thanks again Twan I will!
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finally this is a sticky.... cheers
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PostPosted: 28 April 2008 - 18:43:22 (821)  Reply with quote
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waltergm wrote:
Just a question...
In my case, i use a X-Station to build sounds, with 3 FM oscillators (http://www.novationmusic.com/global/products/midi_control/xstation/#details)...

My question is...

The wavetable goes to oscillator 1 and the result goes to oscillator 2 and the result of oscillator 2 goes to oscillator 3 and the result goes to envelope?
OR
The wavetable goes to oscillator 1,2 and 3 and the result goes to envelope?

I mean, the source sound goes one by one trought the oscillators or the source go to osc1,2,3 and the sound is enveloped later?


Every single oscillator has its own waveform and envelope. whistling
The process of adding waveforms is pretty good anyway, but be care of making your ears hurt ! grin2
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PostPosted: 18 July 2009 - 19:11:16 (841)  Reply with quote
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LOL this sounds like week 3 of the MIDI class I took at Full Sail.


Good stuff.
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