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Chapter 3. Analog Emulated Synthesizers > Malström Graintable Synthesizer

Malström Graintable Synthesizer

In many ways, the Malström Graintable synthesizer works like the SubTractor does: It has two oscillators to create the sounds, as well as several parameters that allow you to further shape the characteristics of the sound. However, instead of using traditional oscillators, the Malström’s oscillators use actual audio recordings to generate the sounds. This form of synthesis is not the same as Wavetable synthesis, which is a method in which an actual sample or recording is played back when a note is struck. Graintable chops these samples into smaller segments, which are referred to as grains. This method allows users to alter each segment or grain with the various parameter controls.

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