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jueves, 12 de junio de 2008

Wasp tutorials fl studio plugins synths tips & help

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Wasp

DEMO ONLY: Wasp comes as a demo version in FL Studio and needs to be purchased separately in order to save projects containing Wasp channels.

Wasp is a 3-oscillator synth with 2 LFO's and 2 ADSR envelopes, a ring modulator, FM, PWM and a distortion unit. There is an updated version of the Wasp plugin Wasp XT with more modulation parameters.

Parameters

Filter Section

The Filter section is located on top left.
  • Cutoff (CUT) - Adjusts the Filter cutoff frequency. The keyboard track ("KB TRACK") button makes the cutoff frequency dependent on the actual note played - higher notes mean higher cutoff, lower notes means lower cutoff.
  • Resonance (RES) - Adjusts the Filter resonance.
  • Envelope Amount (ENV) - The amount the filter cutoff frequency is affected by the Filter ADSR.
  • Filter Type - The 6 green buttons select the filter type. LP[fat] = 24 dB Lowpass Filter, LP+NOTCH = 12 dB Lowpass + Notch Cascade, DBL NOTCH = double notch filter, BP = 24 dB Bandpass Filter, HP = 24dB Highpass Filter.

Oscillator section

  • Coarse Tuning (CRS) - The two CRS wheels set the pitch for the first and second oscillators. Coarse tuning is adjustable in the range -3/+3 octaves.
  • Fine Tuning (FINE) - The two CRS wheels set the pitch for the first and second oscillators (fine tuning in -1/+1 semitone).
  • Oscillator Shape - The green buttons set the shape for the first two oscillators. The third oscillator can only use square or sawtooth shape.
  • Mix Slider - The slider between OSC1 and OSC2 adjusts the mix of the oscillators in the final sound. Slide max to left to hear only OSC1, slide max to right to hear only OSC2.
  • Amount (AMT) - Sets the volume of the third oscillator, which is zero (inaudible) by default.
  • Ring Modulator (RING MOD) - If turned on, modulates oscillator 1 and 2. This often leads to a harsh metallic sound, dependent on the shapes and frequencies of the oscillators.
  • Oscillator Voice (DUAL VOICE) - Doubles the oscillator voice, the second voice has a slight detune to fatten the sound.
  • Pulse Width (PW) - This property has effect when at least one of the oscillators is set to the square shape. It shortens 1 of the square shape sides, thus altering the final sound. Turn max to left to use the default square shape.
  • Frequency Modulation (FM) - When turned on, modulates the frequency of oscillator 2 with the output of oscillator 1. To hear the effect, set the mix slider to the right. Classic FM uses sinewaves (the 3rd oscillator shape).

LFO-1

  • LFO Shapes - the green buttons select the LFO shape to be used. This can be sawtooth, square, sine or noise.
  • OSC 1+2 / FILTER / PW - LFO-1 can modulate the pitch of the output (OSC1+2), the filter cutoff frequency (FILTER) or the Pulse Width (PW) depending on the highlighted option.
  • SYNC - Synchronizes the frequency of the LFO to a multiple of the current tempo.
  • RESET - Sets the LFO to the beginning of the LFO waveform (phaze is zero) when a note is triggered.
  • AMT - Sets the effect's strength over the controlled value.
  • SPD - Sets the modulation speed.

LFO-2

  • LFO Shapes - the green buttons select the LFO shape to be used. This can be sawtooth, square, sine or noise.
  • OSC 1 / OSC MIX / AMP - LFO-2 can modulate the pitch of Oscillator 1 (OSC1), the mixing ratio of oscillator 1 & oscillator 2 (OSC MIX) and the volume of the whole output (AMP).
  • SYNC - Synchronizes the frequency of the LFO to a multiple of the current tempo.
  • RESET - Sets the LFO to the beginning of the LFO waveform (phase is zero) when a note is triggered.
  • AMT - Sets the effect's strength over the controlled value.
  • SPD - Sets the modulation speed.

Amplitude ADSR

This is a standard ADSR volume envelope. The link button links the filter and amplitude envelopes for editing convenience.

Filter ADSR

This is a standard ADSR filter envelope.

Distortion Parameters

  • Distortion (DIST) - The green button turns the distortion unit on/off.
  • Drive (DRV) - Adjusts the drive. More drive means heavier distortion.
  • Tone (TONE) - Changes the color of the distortion. Turn to the left for a more bassy sound, or right for a brighter sound.

Plugin Credits: Richard Hoffmann, Didier Dambrin (interface)

 
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