Pure Data Wavetable Synth – Part 1 : Designing Sound - http://designingsound.org/2013/04/pure-data-wavetable-synth-p...
One of the reasons we’re covering DSP environments this month is to get more people exposed to the capabilities they can provide. If you have never used these tool sets before, we have no intention of leaving you out of the party. So, this is the first in a series of articles to help you get your feet wet. We’re going to be working with Pure Data, an environment that uses the Max language (much like MSP from Cycling 74), and is available as a free open-source tool. In this series, I’m going to walk you through the steps to build a wavetable synthesizer that will let you work from an imported sound file, has polyphonic and velocity sensitive MIDI controlled playback, ADSR envelope generation, and modulation and filtering…oh, and we’ll be able to record whatever we play in the synthesizer. ‎- Скажи это моей лошади