The WaveGenerator ported to Mac and PC
Wolfgang Palm confirms the speculations that followed the image posted last week and announces that the WaveGenerator synth is coming to Mac and PC.
The WaveGenerator synth, that had initially been released on the iPad, will soon be available on Mac OS X and Windows. The image below shows that the GUI is identical on all the platforms and Palm promises that you can transfer patches created on your iPad to the desktop version.
WaveGenerator on Mac and PC will first be available in VSTi 32 and 64-bit format, and AU version will quickly follow. It will ship with multiple wavetables and just like on the iPad version, you’ll find the 256 field grid, the 3 oscillators with glide and independent pitch and waveform control.
The parameters of the synth are divided into module for easier editing. A modulation matrix with complex routing system will also be available, and the synth will also include 3 noise generators, a low-pass 24dB/octave filter combined to an overdrive simulation, two amps, 13 envelopes (pitch, waveform, noise, filter, gain and pan), 4 LFOSs, a step sequencer, delay and reverb effects, and like in the iOS version, you can transform images into wavetables via drag and drop.
WaveGenerator on Mac/PC will have a price of 99€, the release date is still to be announced, but Wolfgang Palm said it will be by the end of the year. Visit wolfgangpalm.com for full details.
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