New Wavetable Synth Rack Extension, Orbis


Skrock Music has introduced Orbis Wavetable Synthesizer, a Propellerhead Reason Rack Extension.

Orbis features 4 oscillators, each with a selection of 14 wavetables.

Here’s a video preview:


  • 4 Oscillators with a selection of 14 wavetables each.
    • Oscillator 1/2/3/4 controls:
    • Volume, Drive, Tune.
    • Detune, Offset (wave start position).
    • Spread (Stereo spread depending on detune/offset setting).
    • Wavetable start position, Start velocity, Start ADSR, Start LFO. Pitch LFO (with attack control).
  • Filter Section:
    • LP24, BP6, HP12. All can be enabled simultaneously.
    • Filter ADSR, Filter LFO (OSC: 1,2,3,4).
  • Amp:
    • Master Volume, High Shelf, Amp ADSR.
  • Other:
    • Voices (Mono, 2, 4, 8), Master Tune.

Here’s an official audio demo:

Orbis Wavetable Synthesizer is available in the Propellerhead Store for US $29.

3 thoughts on “New Wavetable Synth Rack Extension, Orbis

  1. This is nice BUT:

    There should be an X/Y pad or joystick control on this, to implement a type of ‘Vector Synthesis’.
    – then it could emulate the Sequential Circuits – Prophet VS.
    – and should be able to modulate the 4-way mix of the 4 oscillators, with extra LFO’s or Envelopes.

    * Actually it has already been done by Arturia with their virtual Prophet VS for PC and iOS !

  2. My old PPG Wave 2.2 had the ability to route key follow to the wavetable. Which made strange and often interesting accents and rythmic feel to whatever you were playing. I miss that feature on many new wave table synths.

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