Wolfgang Palm has officially announced PPG WaveMapper 2 for Mac OS X and Windows
The software synth was first released as an iOS app. PPG WaveMapper 2 is a greatly expanded version, with many new features, including the WaveMap and new resource merging possibilities. Continue reading
Wolfgang Palm has released PPG WaveMapper 2.0 – the latest version of his iOS software synthesizer.
Here’s what’s new in WaveMapper 2.0:
- Inter-app Audio (IAA) with MIDI
- Load audio files from Media Library -
- Analysis page
- App switching with WaveGenerator
- Audiobus 18.104.22.168 compatible
- Fixing minor bugs
Here’s a video intro to WaveMapper 2.0: Continue reading
Here’s a quick sneak preview of PPG Wavemapper 2.0 for iPad.
In the video, Cornel Hecht shows off the new version of PPG WaveMapper and demonstrates the new IAA with Cubasis. Continue reading
Francis Preve offers his take on Wolfgang Palm’s new PPG WaveMapper for iPad in the latest issue of Keyboard magazine.
Preve calls WaveMapper ‘an incredibly deep synthesizer’ and praises its user-friendly approach to patch-creation:
Palm takes an elegantly simple concept – mixing and matching important aspects of multiple synth patches – and implements them in a manner that’s strikingly like a board game.
This video features synth designer Wolfgang Palm, creator of the PPG and wavetable synthesis, demonstrating editing with PPG WaveMapper.
Here’s a video review of PPG Wavemapper, the new software synth for the iPad from Wolfgang Palm. Continue reading
Wolfgang Palm has announced that his second software synthesizer for iOS, PPG WaveMapper, is now available.
PPG WaveMapper features a new synthesis system which maps the waveforms of a sound into a new kind of wavetable which preserves the sound characteristics better than classic Wavetable synthesis and at the same time allows for the manipulations which make WT synthesis so unique.
Here are the details. Continue reading
Synth designer Wolfgang Palm shared this intro video for PPG WaveMapper, his latest synth for iOS. In the video, above, Palm demonstrates playing and tweaking sounds in WaveMapper. Continue reading