Quantum & Iridium Wavetables
These wavetables are made for the Waldorf Quantum and Iridium, but could work on other synths that use standard user supplied wavetables. Many other synths have limitations such as a specific wavelength, number of waveforms or encoded slot information. The Quantum and Iridium have no such limitations.
27 wavetables – Various number of waveforms each, wave length 2048
JD-XA, Mother 32, Prophet 12, and Sub37 waveforms
Sampled and formatted by Paul Cotton
10 wavetables – Various number of waveforms each, wave length 1024
Waveforms from the same category: blended, perfect, saw, saw bright, saw gap, saw rounded, sine, square, square rounded, triangle
From adventurekid.se, formatted by Paul Cotton
Quantum instructions: Wavetable Oscillator > Timbre > Tools > Import from .wav > Set drive in upper left corner to Samples, USB Drive or SD Card > Select a file (eg the first one) > Set period to appropriate length 256, 1024 or 2048 etc. > Load. Then you can use the on-screen [prev] and [next] to move through the wavetable files.
Note: Firmware 2.0 works perfect, however on Firmware 1.3.0, your Import from .wav may not read the SD card, until you read it somewhere else. One solution is Wavetable Oscillator > Timbre > Presets > Export > Cancel > Close, and that will read the SD card so you can then follow the instructions above.
More revolutionOSC Waldorf related pages
Updated periodically – Wavetable Synth Comparisons
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Updated periodically – Wavetable Editing Tools
Updated periodically – Quantum Presets
Updated periodically – Quantum Wavetables & Utilities
Updated periodically – Waldorf Quantum
Updated periodically – Waldorf Iridium
More revolutionOSC Waldorf Quantum related posts
June 30, 2019 – Waldorf Quantum joins “Studio”
July 28, 2019 – First month thoughts about Waldorf Quantum
October 2, 2019 – Inside the Waldorf Quantum Synthesizer
December 15, 2019 – 6th month thoughts about the Waldorf Quantum
April 20, 2020 – New Waldorf Quantum Synthesizer is a Beauty
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Last edited – 8/8/2020
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