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  • AKWF single-cycle waveforms

    The ability to use these waveforms is a hugely underrated feature of this machine. They add a high degree of flexibility to the character of the subtractive synth. I think that Synthstrom should officially acknowledge this as a feature. For those who haven't tried using them, here is a step by step guide on how to get them to sound right and match with the tuning of the synth:

    1. Set one or both oscillators to "sample"
    2. Select any of the waveforms as the sample
    3. Set the sample mode to "Loop"
    4. Transpose the oscillator down 2 semitones or up 10 semitones
    5. Turn the volume of the oscillator down to about 25 as these waveforms tend to overdrive the amp. This is especially true if they're used polyphonically.

    That's all! You now have a functioning wavetable as an oscillator.
  • (Bug Report) Some notes entered in sequencer do not sound

    Hey guys, I was definitely muting notes by accident. I'm colorblind and sometimes have trouble distinguishing between green and yellow LEDs. Thanks for the suggestions!