There are several ways to create your own custom waveforms, you can make them in PureData with Reaktor and even online through some websites.
The easiest way, off course, would be to use Zebra or Zebralette, excellent wave editors that you already own!
But how about using some waves that have been sampled from old analogue gear?
This week I show you how to download waves for Zebra and where to install them on your computer or mac. (check the bottom of this page for the download link)
After you have done that you can access the sounds through the load panel in the oscillator module inside Zebra.
You can not edit anything in that menu so if you want to change some folders you need to go to the specific location on your hard drive.
It is advisable that you make some folders there to organize your patches, you could for example make different folders for aggressive waves and for soft waveforms.
This allows you to work a lot quicker when you just want to make a sound for the song you are working on, and in most cases this quick work flow is very helpful for your creativity!
Hope this helps you out, next week we are going to look into actually creating these waves ourselves.
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