Ableton Wavetable Presets
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These Ableton Wavetable Presets are truely something special because they aren’t based on Ableton’s stock wavetables but on SparkPackers’ bestselling custom-built Wavetables that I initially made for and within Xfer Serum.
On one hand you can be sure you’ll get original and distinguishable sounds because the source code of the presets is exceptionally unique. On the other hand you’ll find out that I put Ableton’s wavetable synth through its paces and made use of its impressive internal FM and Filter capabilities.
My goal was to create less photo-realistic but more hybrid and mashed-up presets. As a result you get the best of both worlds: Natural and acoustic instruments but also charismatic synth sounds. With a fresh unique twist, newly recombined. Usable as modern synth sounds over a wide range of genres!
Not only did I sample some nasty analog gear, I also recorded live instruments over the course of many studio sessions. As much as I love machines, you can’t ignore a crunchy pre-amp, a shiny guitar or saxophone played by flawed but humorous and hopefully charming human beings, right?
Those amazing musicians brought their instruments into the studio and we recorded E-Pianos, Rhodes, guitars, accustic guitars… a whole f** brass section.
All Ableton Wavetable Presets come in the .adv format.
The custom-made Wavetables itself are 24bit, 44.1kHz .wav files.
You need Ableton Live 10 Suite or Ableton’s Wavetable Synth Add-on installed on your computer (Minimum v10.06).
Pluck 03 – Proc
Brass 05 – Proc
Plucked 01 – Proc
Electric Key Mashup 06 – Proc
Harp 01 – Proc
Brass 05 – Proc
Every time you need synth vibes that are designed not to be flawless & immaculate but that capture character: Treat yourself with the Lo-Fi pack. A pack where you’ll find those tiny quirks and imperfections that we love so much.
Inside this collection you’ll find 96 expertly crafted presets, ranging from smooth flute textures over airy choir feels, to complex wonky vibes and crunchy vibrato organs, as well as grainy experimental textures.
Synth 02 – Crunch Attack 13 – Proc
Keys 06 – Filter – Clean
Synth 11 – InstableAbstracts 11 – Clean
Keys 04 – Wooden Hit – Clean
Pad 04 – Complex Vibes – Proc
Airy 01 – Clean
Who thought you can get such a nice & clean, natural color out of a soft synth? So! Much! Possibilities! You’ll get: Wooden, weighty, punchy, sizzling, crunchy, chromatic, caribbean and futuristic Tropical Mallets! Hit!
You’ll get the best of both worlds: Acoustic, percussive instruments, synthesized, resampled, warped and re-rendered. With a fresh unique twist, newly recombined. Usable as modern synth pluck sounds in a wide range of genres!
Knock 01 – Clean
Weighty 05 – Clean
Hit 15 – Clean
Hit 14 – Proc
Futuristic 06 – Clean
Chroma 03 – Proc
Why did I bother and spent hundreds of hours creating unique multi-cycle Wavetables?
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 it to its limits in order to build exciting and unique Wavetables... the secret sauce that sounds awesome right out of the box... this made 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 I got 460 unique Wavetables... divided into 6 Wavetable Packs... the extra-ordinary source code for extra-ordinary, original sounds