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Whitenoise's "Additive"

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Create date18 Aug 2002
NameAdditive
DescriptionAdditive synth: WhiteNoise additive is an additive synth which works by adding up individual sinewave components instead of starting with a wave and filtering out parts (subtractive synthesis). It's operation is similar to the Kawai k5000, but works with sequences of waves similar to the korg wavestation. Like the k5000 it includes a formant filter for doing vocal, realistic accoustic sounds and also analog filter style sounds. Included are many sample waves and formant filter sequences. New waves can also be created in photoshop.
Host typeBuzz
Machine typeGenerator
Sub typeAdditive synth
Inputs / outputs1 out1 out
Additional info
BuzzWiki articleAdditive
UsernameWhitenoise
User descriptionAuthor of the 4p04 machine.

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1.126 Sep 2002This is a small update. It fixes a major bug where you are unable to switch the LFO's back to Sine wave mode after switching to anything else. If you update, please check your patterns too, since this new dll will cause 0's in the LFO shape column in all the spots that were previously blank. If you like, change the name of the dll so your old songs are unaffected.
WhiteNoise's Additive.dll
1.018 Aug 2002WhiteNoise additive is an additive synth which works by adding up individual sinewave components instead of starting with a wave and filtering out parts (subtractive synthesis). It's operation is similar to the Kawai k5000, but works with sequences of waves similar to the korg wavestation. Like the k5000 it includes a formant filter for doing vocal, realistic accoustic sounds and also analog filter style sounds. Included are many sample waves and formant filter sequences. New waves can also be created in photoshop.
WhiteNoise's Additive.dll
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