When I first started experimenting with writing wavetable based synths it soon became apparent that I was unlikely to be coming up the next Serum or Vital any time soon. What I could do, however, is make some nasty, menacing, lofi, ambient noises. Inspired by the style and aesthetics of the early 90s black metal scene, I set about creating a suitably dark and atmospheric interface for some of the rawest and most intriguing sounds I could conjure up.
To select different wavetables, click on the runes along the top.
To make it sound even more evil, turn the pentagrams upside down.
I didn't submit 'Dungeon Synth' when I first wrote it, as the WAV files in the samples folder, are technically wavetables. However, after watching the recent Pianobook interview with Owen Bolig, I realised that that was also how he created the popular 'In the Weeds' instrument. From Kontakt, I created various sound sources, such as simple sine waves, passed them through the wavetables (imported as wav files in the same way as samples would be) and then applied various combinations of filters and effects to create the seven basic sounds. These can then then be further enhanced and manipulated using the pentagram controls.
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A lot of passion and quality
I like a lot this instrument and the passion, effort and quality put in here.
My full gratitude to the developer for his generosity.
I like a lot the look and feel of the instrument, and also sounds are very inspiring.