Wolfgang Palm has released PPG Free – a feature-limited version of the PPG WaveGenerator app.
The app features a selection of the sound library from the full PPG WaveGenerator, but editing functions are disabled, and voice count is 5 maximum, with a sample rate of 44.1Khz.
The sound material contains the typical sounds from the original PPG wave models, as well as many new sounds generated by versatile analysis tools and also hand edited waves.
Wolfgang Palm has updated PPG WaveGenerator – his ‘next generation synthesizer’ for the iPad.
Here’s what’s new:
- Audio recorder, up to 10 min. at 44.1 stereo
- Audio Copy to the pasteboard
- File Sharing via iTunes
- Keyboard octave shifting
- More routing possibilitys – enabling ringmod and more
- Updated factory presets
- Bug fixes
PPG WaveGenerator is available now for $19.99.
If you’ve used the new version, let us now what you think of it!
In this pair of tutorial videos, creator Wolfgang Palm offers tips and tricks for working with the new PPG WaveGenerator app for the iPad.
Reader Tim Webb let us know that he put together a tutorial on Wolfgang Palm’s new PPG WaveGenerator app:
I received requests to do a tutorial on PPG WaveGenerator, but this app is way too complex to do in my usual style. Instead I’ve put together some tips and advice to help synthesists get into it easier.
If you’ve got your own thoughts or tips on PPG WaveGenerator, share them in the comments!
via Tim Webb
We noticed an update, this evening, on the PPG WaveGenerator Facebook page:
“END OF DAY ONE: Thanks for the awesome feedback here and around the web.
Wolfgang reads everything and responds to many of the comments either on here or behind the scenes with feedback based fixes and updates – amazing feedback from the Synthtopia fans…”
Synth pioneer Wolfgang Palm demos his latest synth, PPG Wavegenerator for the iPad.