Category:Wavetable synthesis

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Wavetable synthesis is a type of audio synthesis introduced by Wolfgang Palm of PPG in the late 1970s, then it has been used in various forms in other synthesizers built by Sequential Circuits, Ensoniq, Yamaha, Korg and Waldorf Music.

The particular sound associated with wavetable synthesis is due to the limitations of the technique and heavily influenced by the widely varying implementation details.


This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.