Synthesizer Wavetables

These wavetables should work on all synths that use standard user supplied wavetables and have been tested on a Waldorf Quantum

168 wavetables – 64 waveforms each, wave length 256

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, formatted by Paul Cotton

520 wavetables – 8 random waveforms each, wave length 1024
From, formatted by Paul Cotton

21 wavetables – 200 random waveforms each, wave length 1024
From, 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
Updated periodically – Sequential Prophet X or Waldorf Quantum?
Updated periodically – Synthesizer Wavetables
Updated periodically – Wavetable Editing Tools
Updated periodically – Waldorf Quantum & Iridium Presets
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 – 6/11/2020
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