16 part multi-timbral / 16 tracks (1 x 4-voice polyphonic track + 15 x 4-voice paraphonic or mono tracks)*
16 versatile synthesis algorithms
17 low-aliasing oscillator models + up to 256 user samples
Virtual Analog, FM, Super Saw, AM, RingMod, x0x percussion, more
2 oscillator models per voice
1 multi-mode filter per voice (10 filter types)
2 x AEG, FEG, multiple LFOs per voice
global multi-FX; reverb, stereo chorus, 2 x stereo delay
per-voice FX; distortion, saturation, bit crushing, resampling, global multi-FX sends
per-voice dynamics; compressor/limiter, 4-bus side-chaining, gating
master compressor/limiter, vinyl and noise effects
emulates vintage digital, analog and organic sounds
extensive, complex sound design capabilities
intelligent patch randomization for infinite patch variations
16 songs x 16 tracks x 16 patterns x 16 steps
fast workflow; create new intricate song ideas in minutes
polyrhythms, generative, arpeggio and x0x-style patterns
track type-specific intelligent pattern and chain randomization
use scales, modes, chord types and inversions, w/o music theory
per-step conditionals, 100+ step modifier type, probabilities
pattern chaining, pattern muting conditions
micro-timing and swing
song mode with per-fragment transformation and automation
send sync and MIDI to control connected gear
exports songs as WAV (song, stems dry & wet)
62s @ 44.1kHz 8-bit mu-law compressed (~12-bit effective) w/reconstructive interpolation
16 user kits x 16 samples
dedicated 3.5mm line-input
digital sample import via Bluetooth
mangle, slice, chop, re-arrange samples
add new oscillators, one-shots and loops
multi-sample, single instrument support
use live input as an oscillator model
re-sample internal synthesizer
automatic space management and optimization
*polyphony restrictions may apply depending on used DSP resources
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- "Acid" (under Sound demos)
This short 100% Woovebox produced 90s rave/acid Northern European hardcore sound demo was created to demonstrate; 303-like and 909-like synthesis.
- Patterns (under The very basics)
As your Woovebox steps through the pattern, any steps that the play head encounters that contain notes (lit up) are played.
- Using samples in your songs (under Sampler)
Your Woovebox' sampler is suprisingly versatile in the way it allows you to incorporate samples into your songs - from seamlessly integrating as custom oscillators, to playing back multi-sampled instruments or tempo-corrected drumloops.
- Uploading new samples (under Wooveconnect)
Any samples you add to your Woovebox are automatically appended as a slice to the currently (or last) selected sample kit.
- Delete all samples (under Boot modes)
To delete all samples on your Woovebox, keep the 3/Ld key as well as value knob pressed while switching on the device.