PadSynth

Description

PadSynth is a sample generator that uses the algorithm designed by Nasca Octavian Paul. The idea behind this synth is that you describe the frequency spectrum of a sound, by assigning values to its harmonics. The sound is then generated from this spectrum, but with a twist: a "spread" is applied to the harmonics, so that the sound feels more "natural", less exact and digital.

Usage: right-click on an empty instrument slot and choose "PadSynth" in the contextual menu to create a new PadSynth instrument. Edit the parameters, and click on "Generate Samples" to create the wavetables. Repeat the process until you find the sound you want. You can close and reopen the synth interface without losing any parameters. You can also open PadSynth over an existing instrument to layer multiple types of sounds.

Downloads

Renoise VersionDownloadsDate
org.drakmaniso.Padsynth V1.002.83275Apr 2nd, 2012
org.drakmaniso.Padsynth V1.103.0645Aug 14th, 2015
org.drakmaniso.Padsynth V1.203.11470Oct 16th, 2015

Installation: Drop the Tool File (.xrnx) on a Renoise window to install.

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