Per default there is no WAV file assigned to your wavetable Oscillator (WT Osc). You can assign a WAV file by scrolling through the list using the first encoder and selecting the waveform by clicking on “load”.
Wavetable Oscillator Parameters
Sel: scroll through the list of waveforms using the 1st encoder. You can add additional WAV files in the samples directory on the SD-card . Press “Load” to select and load the WAV file.
Crse: set the coarse frequency of the WT OSC.
Fine: set the fine frequency of the WT OSC.
NrWav: cutting the WAV file automatically into smaller pieces or number of waves.
X: used to navigate the X axis of 3D space of the waves that is automatically generated from the WAV file (cutting it up using the “nr of waves” buttons).
Y: used to navigate the Y axis of 3D space of the waves that is automatically generated from the WAV file.
Z: used to navigate the Z axis of 3D space of the waves that is automatically generated from the WAV file.
NrOsc: up to 4 oscillators per WT Osc
Sprd: to change the spread between the different oscillators in the cloud.
Wavetable Oscillator Settings
CalA1/CalA2 after applying a pitch signal to the pitch input, for example from a CV keyboard, press the A key in an octave on your keyboard and press this button. Then press the A one octave up and press CalA2. The wt osc will then know what the voltage difference is and use that to figure out how to correctly track the keyboard. This feature also appears in other modules. The calibration is already done for standard 1v/oct signals so there is no need to use this normally.
CalRs resets the above calibration data to the default
Load: to select a new WAV file click “Load”. Each time you click “load” the selected WAV file will be loaded.
Wavetable Oscillator Inputs/Outputs
A wavetable oscillator can be modulated in pitch, spread, x, y, z, frequency, amplitude, and sync.
- WT Osc: Pitch
- WT Osc: Spread
- WT Osc: X
- WT Osc: Y
- WT Osc: Z
- WT Osc: Freq
- WT Osc: Amp
- WT Osc: Sync
The wavetable oscillator has one output.
Modulate the frequency of the WT Osc using the frequency of an LFO (sine), after which the resulting signal is sent to the output.
LFO-> WT Osc -> Output
LFO / sine: WT Osc: Freq
WT Osc WT Osc: Freq out: out: in
Output out:in /