- Sound demos
These eclectic sound demos were 100% created on the Woovebox micro music workstation.
All demo songs were exclusively synthesized from scratch using white noise, basic sine, triangle, pulse and saw waves, unless explicitly noted. Where vocal samples were used, they were imported raw, straight from sample packs. All processing and slicing was performed on the device.
Best appreciated with headphones 🎧 or a good speaker system with sub-woofer.
This 100% Woovebox produced lounge track was created to demonstrate;
- Fully synthesized song, except for built-in crash cymbal
- Synthesis of water-related timbres
- Synthesis of wah-guitar
- Dual delay effects with feedback effects (cave echoes)
This short, 100% Woovebox excerpt was created to demonstrate;
- The results of automated 0-effort drum loop sample chopping (no manual tweaking of slices performed)
- Automatic 0-effort sample pitching to song tempo (not time-stretched, but rather perfectly pitched)
- Easy creation of Jungle / Drum And Bass rhythms
- Tape-stop step effect
This 100% Woovebox produced classic 90s melodic trance track was created to demonstrate;
- Fully synthesized song, except for built-in crash sample, built-in piano hammer samples, and imported vocal samples
- Classic 808/909-style real-time drum synthesis
- Classic risers and fallers synthesis
- Classic trance PWM lead, piano, choir pad synthesis
- Percussion bongo/conga loop synthesis
- Extensive song mode build-ups and automation
- Extensive use of dynamics; per-track compression/limiting, ducking, side-chaining and master compressor/limiter
- Use of multi-instrument mode to re-use track timbres across other tracks
This 100% Woovebox produced trip hop-style demo was created to demonstrate;
- Fully synthesized song, except for "mmm" vocal sample
- Organic timbre synthesis (percussion, orchestral strings, guitar)
- 808-style kick/bass
- Hi-hat ratchets
- Lo-fi loop synthesis (industrial machine loop) and warped leads (sine lead with deliberate dissonant overtones)
- Advanced filtered delay effects through dual delay unit feedback ("mmm" vocal sample, which is the only sample in this track)
- Vinyl crackle and hiss effect
This 100% Woovebox produced Big Beat track was created to demonstrate the Woovebox' vicious, dirty side;
- Fully synthesized song, except for built-in crash sample
- Dirty overdriven, distorted, overcompressed audio, kicks and basses.
- Demonic screeching effects. 🕷️
This short 100% Woovebox produced alternative hip hop sound demo was created to demonstrate;
- Fully synthesized pattern/loop (except for built-in crash cymbal sample)
- Sound synthesis for alternative hip hop percussion, loops and sounds, such as layered claps/snare and syncopated hi-hats
This 100% Woovebox produced sub-tropical house track was created to demonstrate;
- Fully synthesized song, except for imported vocal samples
- Dual delay effects with feedback effects (vocals)
- A song that does not use the chord track
- Glissando conditionals
This 100% Woovebox produced eurodance track was created to demonstrate;
- Fully synthesized song, except for built-in crash cymbal sample, built-in piano hammer sample, and imported vocal samples
- 808/909-style real-time drum synthesis (all drums and percussion, except crash cymbal)
- Supersaw real-time synthesis (strings, arpeggios)
- Sign Conditional real-time synthesis (grand piano, with use of built-in hammer sound sample)
- Virtual analog real-time synthesis (bass, lead)
- Real-time effected sample playback (raw Aiva Chanel Harmony sample pack vocals)
- Song mode builds, breaks and automation (filter and volume)
- Real-time multi-FX (chorus configured as phaser, reverb, delay)
- Real-time synthesis of faller/riser effects
- Real-time mastering (compressor/limiter) and side-chaining
- Conditional triggering (all tracks) and polymeters (bass, arpeggios, rim shot)
- Auto-chord inversions (strings)
This short 100% Woovebox produced 90s rave/acid Northern European hardcore sound demo was created to demonstrate;
- 303-like and 909-like synthesis
- Fully synthesized demo from basic waveforms, except built-in crash cymbal and vocal samples
This short, 100% Woovebox-produced song, was created to demonstrate;
- A complex song using just one, 16-step pattern per track, where not one bar of music is exactly the same
- Exclusive use of synthesized sounds, with exception of built-in crash cymbal (forward and reverse), and vocal chops
- Heavy master compression / limiter effect for pumping rhythm
- Extensive use of Song mode for build-ups and breaks
- Gating of pads by another track
- Opening up of delay, reverb and attack by linking filter's cut-off.
This audio demo was created to demonstrate the Woovebox implementation of Super Saw oscillators.
Four identical sequences, showcase the four available Super Saw oscillator detune states (from heavy detune to subtle detune). Each sequence consists of;
- raw supersaw output, unmodulated, unfiltered 3-note + 1 bass note chord stabs (various inversions), replicated over two octaves. Reverb, stereo chorus and delay effects are applied.
- as above, but with a double drone note (transposed chord root)
- as above, but with an added arpeggiated double octave super saw with an LFO subtly opening the filter, and with simple decay amplitude envelope
- as above, but with a side-chained basic kick drum
Like the original, the Super Saw oscillators in your Woovebox consist of seven detuned saw wave oscillators, filtered by a key-following low cut filter. Though the above examples intentionally uses the same detune state for all parts, the four Super Saw oscillator types (e.g. detune states) may be mixed at will. Two Super Saw oscillator types may be used per voice. Given that the Woovebox synth architecture treats the Super Saw oscillators as basic sound sources (and not as an algorithm), they may be combined through any of the sixteen available algorithms to achieve complex patches and sound designs.
This demo features 252 simultaneous saw waves, yet utilizing under 50% DSP resources including effects and kick drum.
This demo showcases the Woovebox's ability to create realistic acoustic instrument renditions using multi-samples and sound design.
It features a multi-sampled public domain piano with samples from each octave, enhanced with a Super Saw wave, analog oscillator styles, and subtle pitch and phase variations. Additional effects include reverb with volume-driven ducking, white noise for resonance, and pitch-to-pan for stereo distribution. The result is a nuanced, organic sound, simulating real piano characteristics.
Your Woovebox is not a "tweak-a-preset" machine; you are highly encouraged to shape and explore your own sounds. This is a selection of these preset/template sounds that help you get your started.
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- Backing up sample kits (under Sampler)
- 5. noi.F Noise Floor (under Glob (song globals) page)
Sets a base noise floor (0-127) below which artificially introduced noise is always audible.
- 6. noi.c Noise Character (under Glob (song globals) page)
Sets the character of the artificially introduced noise floor.
- 9. MC.th Master Compressor threshold (under Glob (song globals) page)
Sets the threshold (0-100) above which the master compressor/limiter should kick in.