Wavetable Synthesis

Wavetable Synthesis history   Before the birth of the wavetable synthesis, analog oscillators were mostly able to offer 4 basic oscillator wave-forms. However, in the second part of the 1970`s, Wolfgang Palm of today’s famous Waldorf music company based in...

Granular Synthesis

What Is Granular Synthesis?   In short, granular synthesis is a form of synthesis which brakes a sound into tiny particles ( grains ) and further reorganizes and redistributes them, in order to create a new sound. Undoubtedly, it is a powerful method of sound...

Subtractive Synthesis

Subtractive synthesis is one of the oldest types of synthesis introduced with the birth of analog (modular) synthesizers back in 1960`s and 1970`s. That’s the reason why this type of synthesis is often called “analog“. For instance, most of analog synthesizers...