Test Drive Our Ableton Wavetable Presets
Check out some of the presets I made for Ableton’s wavetable synth and find out if you like what I do here at SparkPackers.
Download 28 free presets and 34 custom-made wavetables by entering your email address below.
The 300+ presets I made for Ableton’s wavetable synth are exceptionally unique because I used original custom-built wavetables as the source code of the presets. The Ableton wavetable presets are not based on Ableton’s stock wavetables that everyone else is using… so soundwise you immediately have an edge and headstart when producing your next track.
With this free pack you can additionally find out that the fully formed Ableton presets come with their own distinct and exceptional personality because Ableton’s wavetable synth really can show off with some impressive internal FM and Filter capabilities.
Get your hands on a wide ranging palette of colors that cover natural, acoustic instruments and also charismatic synth sounds.
I hope you find the sounds useful.
The Source Code Of The Free Presets
// 34 Unique Custom-Built Wavetables
28 Free Ableton Wavetable Presets
Preset Files: 28 (.adv)
8 Desert Island Plucks & Mallets Presets
9 Vintage Dreams Presets
11 Next Level Mashup Presets
1 PDF: explains the easy installation process in detail and takes you through some advanced tips (like how to scan through multi-cycle wavetables with this Ableton wavetable synth ect…)
Full size of the free Pack: 58 MB (unzipped)
Software Requirements: Ableton Live 10 Suite or Ableton Wavetable Synth Add-on. Minimum V10.06
Installation: Wavetables and presets are nested in an Ableton Live Project folder. Put this project folder somewhere on your HD and then drag this folder into Ableton’s sidebar. From there you always have easy access to the presets and wavetables.
NEXT LEVEL MASHUPS
Brass 07 – Clean
Brass 07 – Proc
Electric Key 01 – Proc
Electric Key Hit 01 – Clean
Electric Key Hit 01 – Proc
Harp 03 – Clean
Harp 03 – Proc
Plucked 01 – Proc
Plucked 03 – Proc
Sitar Mashup 02 – Clean
Sitar Mashup 02 – Proc
Keys 04 – Wooden Hit – Clean
Keys 05 – Wooden Hit – Proc
Low Tech 11 – Clean
Organ 01 – Airy Dist
Pad 02 – Crystal – Proc
Synth 01 – Square Noise – Proc
Synth 13 – Abstracts 15 – Proc
Vibes 03 – Crunch 08 – Clean
Vibes 04 – Crunch 08 – Proc
DESERT ISLAND PLUCKS
Caribbean 01 – Clean
Caribbean 01 – Proc
Chroma 03 – Proc
Chroma 06 – Clean
Chromatic Hit 02 – Clean 1
Chromatic Hit 02 – Clean 2
Futuristic 06 – Clean
Hit 05 – Proc
34 Free Wavetables
Wavetable Files: 34 (custom-built / multi-cycle)
Wavetable Format: WAV – 24bit – 44.1kHz / Windows & Mac
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How The Wavetables Got Made
I designed the sounds for Ableton's wavetable synth by utilizing multi-cycle wavetables I initially made for and within Serum.
Whether you are using Ableton's wavetable synth or Serum: You immediately get an edge when using custom-made wavetables rather than relying on stock wavetables that everyone is working with.
The best: You use those wavetables with different synths and you always get different, new distinctive sounds! Because the internal processing of various soft synths has its own coloring and shines with particular capabilities, you never get the same sound when using the same wavetables.
If you are interested in finding out how I made those, please read on:
I always had the vision to create memorable and inspiring presets... original and innovative sounds that help artists make an impact... sounds that can help you to stand out!
The best solution I came up with: Let's start at the tiniest level... mess around with the smallest string of molecules... modify the raw source code that shapes a synth sound: WaveTables... I used Xfer Serum with its awesome mess-with-wavetables capabilities and pushed the soft-synth to its limits in order to build exciting and unique Wavetables... the secret sauce that sounds awesome right out of the box... that gives you an edge over your competition and can make all the difference!
Here's what I did:
I started by programming original sounds on some of your favorite hardware analogue synths
sampled these sounds by putting them through some high-end and nasty output gear
some were then mashed up with samples of live instruments I recorded... like bass, acoustic and e-guitars, multiple violines and cellos (for strings), trumpets and trombones (for brass) and an old wurlitzer... to appy natural and organic feel
I only used the best pieces of meat and transferred snippets of these samples into Serum
next, these WaveTables were re-synthesed by using Serum’s wizardry like warp and formulas ect
here is where the magic happens: sculpturing and messing around with the OSCs by putting them through warp, render, sync, re-sample… and repeat…
I finally stored the resulting OSCs as unique, bad-ass, multi-cycle WaveTables... that's how the secret sauce got made!
As a result we get 460 unique Wavetables... divided into 6 Wavetable Packs... the extra-ordinary source code for extra-ordinary, original sounds.