All in one pack!
You probably want to download one of the all in one pack. It contains all the single cycle wave forms. The wave format work with many samplers and synths and there are some packages containing samples formatted for ones that need a different format. I choose to sample thes waveforms at D2+2 which equals 600 samples. The biggest reason for that was because I was using Fibonacci sequences to build sounds. As the synths, samplers and computers got better at handling single cycle wave forms it made less sense but I kept the standard of 600 samples anyway.
Wave format (all in one) (suitable for many synthesizers and samplers such as Native Instrument Reaktor, Mutable Instruments Shruti, Image lines Sytrus, Image Line Monomachine, Big Tick Rhino, U-he Zebra, Camel Audio Alchemy, Image Line Harmor, Image Line Harmless, Image Line 3xOsc, Elektron Octatrack, Ableton Sampler, Blip Interactive Nanostudio, Single Cell Software Caustic etc.)
Formatted for Music Line Editor (Amiga) thanks to ADRDesign / Alvaro.
Formatted for Pro Tracker (ST-Clones) thanks to ADRDesign / Alvaro.
Formatted for U-he Zebra (all in one) (Thanks Piet Wagner)
Formatted as WT wave tables for Harmor and Komplexer (all in one) (Thanks Piet Wagner)
Formatted for Big Tick Rhino (all in one) (Thanks Tick)
Formatted for MonoMachine (all in one) (Thanks Tyrone)
Formatted for Native Instruments Reaktor (all in one) (Thanks to MaZe 6000)
Graphic plotters of all the waveforms
A visual guide to the waveforms (Thanks to Madah)
Waveform AKWF_0085 is used in this video demonstrating the Octatrack.
A random collection
A collection of waveforms from various sources.
Single cycle waveforms sampled from acoustic guitars.
Waveforms sample from a alto sax.
I sampled some birds.
Waveforms that are bit reduced… Sounds video gamish.
I mixed wave forms in a analogue mixing console to get blended waveforms.
The most perfect waves I could produce.
A collection of basic waves but taken from various sources. When I started to sample one cycle waveforms I found that a saw waveform coming out of one machine isn’t like the saw waveform coming out of the next one…
Waveforms taken from my beloved Commodore 64
Waveforms sampled from cellos.
Waveforms sampled from clarinets.
Waveforms sampled from clavinets.
Waveforms sampled from double basses.
Distortion noise whoooooaaaaaaa!!!
Electric bass guitar
Waveforms sampled from bass guitars.
You got an organ goin’ there no wonder the sound has so much body.
Waveforms sampled from cellos.
Waveforms sampled from flutes.
Waveforms sampled from FM synthesizers.
Waveforms created using various granular techniques.
I made these! Hand drawn… Oyeah!
Waveforms sampled from voices.
Waveforms made by using linear interpolation.
Waveforms sampled from oboes.
Waveforms sampled from a oscillator with 32 steps.
Waveforms made by a very simple additive synthesizer I built. Sounds like an organ.
Waveforms sampled from pianos.
Waveforms made using a pluck algorithm. The waveforms is taken from different stages of the generated sound.
Sinus waves harmonics
Sinus waves and harmonics.
Waveforms sampled from really short pieces of anything. Television, the trains going by, the microwave oven, etc.
These are stereo waveforms, not many synthesizers can read those…
Waveforms sampled from my favourite string box. It sounds nothing like a string quartet but I love it. The string box is more or less these waveforms + a cheesy chorus.
Symmetric objects are beautiful.
Waveforms sampled from Theremins.
Waveforms sampled from 8-bit and 16-bit video games.
Video game basics
Some basic waveforms from video games.
Waveforms sampled from violins.
That’s all, happy sound designing!
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