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Eurorack wavetables sampled for Serum?

Post by GryphonP3 » Thu Nov 28, 2019 2:12 pm

Curious if anyone out there has sampled any of the euro wavetable oscillators out there for use as Serum wavetables. I was planning to do this with a bunch of mine, but couldn't quite figure out the best way to do this grabbing smooth movement of the wavetable. I can easily create single cycle waveforms, but I dont understand the best process for grabbing a moving timbre as a replicated wavetable from their manual. Does anyone with experience with this mind sharing a walkthrough of the technique? Would be happy to share wavetables I sample in.
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Post by sempervirent » Thu Nov 28, 2019 2:21 pm

Be sure to check this out if you haven't already:
https://synthtech.com/waveedit/

This software was developed for Synthesis Technology by Andrew Belt (the creator of VCV Rack) to work with the E352/E370 modules but the wavetables are cross-compatible with other modules too. It's not the same file format that Serum uses but I'm pretty sure you can convert between the two.

MW user @mdoudoroff also created https://waveeditonline.com to archive user wavetables. Looks like waves for the E350, E352, Plaits, and Piston Honda MK3 are included, plus a bunch of other stuff. Of course you will probably have more fun using WaveEdit to create your own.
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Post by Dragonaut » Thu Nov 28, 2019 2:23 pm

You’d probably be better off asking for advice on the XFer Records forum.
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Post by GryphonP3 » Thu Nov 28, 2019 3:41 pm

sempervirent wrote:Be sure to check this out if you haven't already:
https://synthtech.com/waveedit/

This software was developed for Synthesis Technology by Andrew Belt (the creator of VCV Rack) to work with the E352/E370 modules but the wavetables are cross-compatible with other modules too. It's not the same file format that Serum uses but I'm pretty sure you can convert between the two.

MW user @mdoudoroff also created https://waveeditonline.com to archive user wavetables. Looks like waves for the E350, E352, Plaits, and Piston Honda MK3 are included, plus a bunch of other stuff. Of course you will probably have more fun using WaveEdit to create your own.
It looks to me like this is going the other way - from creating wavetables to go out into eurorack modules. I moreso want to extract modulted tables from my eurorack for use within serum.
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Post by GryphonP3 » Thu Nov 28, 2019 3:42 pm

Dragonaut wrote:You’d probably be better off asking for advice on the XFer Records forum.
Everything I have found over there correlates to extracting from other software domains .. doesn't deal much with how one would modulate the wavetable, how long to record for at what frequency, which import method to use. I will make a new thread there anyway :)
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Post by starthief » Thu Nov 28, 2019 7:27 pm

I tried a few times to capture Kermit's wavetable to use in the E352/E370. It wasn't very successful. Part of that is Kermit isn't really doing static waves in the first place, but part is that it's just a difficult technique.

Hand-drawing, or creating shapes mathematically, is probably easier overall. I had more luck doing that with Kermit anyway.

I don't think many people try to capture Euro audio to use in Serum, more the reverse :)
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