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Nave – die neue Generation der Wavetable Synthese

Nave ist ein Synthesizer mit einer erweiterten Wavetable Engine, entwickelt von Waldorf Chefentwickler 
Stefan Stenzel, NLog Mastermind Rolf Wöhrmann und Design Guru Axel Hartmann.

Die Synthese Engine wartet mit zwei neuartigen Wavetable Oszillatoren auf, die alles bisherige in den Schatten stellt. So kann das Spektrum unabhängig von der Tonhöhe transponiert werden und die Waves werden periodisch bis rauschhaft wiedergegeben. Insbesondere Klänge mit stark betonten Formanten lassen sich damit leicht erstellen, aus diesem Grund haben wir einen Sprachsynthesizer zur Erzeugung von Wavetables integriert. Nave kann damit singen und sprechen, bevorzugt auf englisch.

Das klar strukturierte Userinterface lädt sowohl Anfänger als auch Fortgeschrittene zum experimentieren ein, dank des großzügigen Displays des iPad lassen sich Wavetables komfortabel erstellen und editieren. Neben der Sprachsynthese können Wavetables auch mittels Analyse von Audiofiles erstellt werden. Durch Stauchen, Strecken, Drehen und Schieben im Spektralbereich lassen sich Wavetables verfeinern und verfremden.

Zu den bekannten Wavetables aus Microwave, Wave und Blofeld sind einige neue dazugekommen, die reichlich Gebrauch von den neuen Möglichkeiten machen.

Neben den Waves steht ein Oszillator Modul mit Überwave Funktion zur Verfügung, mit dessen bis zu acht verstimmten Oszillatoren sich jeder Sound nach belieben anfetten lässt.

Das Filter besticht durch den gewohnt hervorragenden Waldorf Sound und bietet Tief-, Hoch- und Bandpass mit jeweils 12db und 24db Flankensteilheit.

Die Drive Sektion bietet neben verschiedenen Kennlinien auch die Möglichkeit, die Verzerrung im Signalweg zu positionieren: Vor oder hinter dem Filter, oder als Summeneffekt vor oder hinter dem Equalizer. Wer krachende Brachialsounds filigranen Wavetablesweeps vorzieht wird hier auf seine Kosten kommen.

Neben der Klaviatur lässt sich Nave auch über Blades spielen, die neben 
der dynamischen Triggerfunktion polyphone 
Modulation durch Gleiten der Finger in X- oder Y-Richtung erlauben.

Die Effektsektion besteht aus Phaser, Delay, Chorus, Delay und Reverb sowie einem parametrischen Equalizer und einem Kompressor.

Zur Aufnahme steht ein 4-Spur Recorder zur 
Verfügung.

Audio Demos:
nave.waldorfmusic.de/sound

Spezifikation pro Stimme:
· Zwei unabhängige Wavetable Generatoren
· Osc Modul mit bis zu acht Überosc Oszillatoren, Sägezahn, Dreieck, PWM sowie weisses und rosa Rauschen
· Zwei Ringmodulatoren
· Multimode Filter mit LP,BP und HP, jeweils 12 oder 24 dB
· 3 Envelopes
· 2 LFO
· Modulationsmatrix mit 10 Modulationssträngen
· Drive mit einstellbarer Verzerrungskennlinie, Stärke und Position

Effekte:
· Modulations Effektauswahl mit Chorus, Flanger oder Phaser
· Delay
· High Quality Reverb
· Dreiband parametrischer Equalizer
· Kompressor

Zusätzliche Features:
· Keyboard mit einstellbarer Größe, Scrolling oder Glissando
· Blades mit wählbarer Skala und optionalen Akkorden
· Polyphonische X/Y Finger modulation auf Klaviatur und Blades
· Modulation Wheel und Pitch Bender
· Bis zu 3 X/Y Control Pads
· Vierspur Rekorder mit Clip basierter Editierung
· Core MIDI in / out
· MIDI device manager für externe Hardware und virtuelle Verbindungen
· Synchronisierung zu MIDI Clock oder WIST
· MIDI Learn
· Audiobus kompatibel
· Background Audio
· Arpeggiator
· Polyphonisches Unisono
· Sprachsynthesizer für Wavetables
· 3D Wavetable Editing
· Erstellen von Wavetables von Audio Material
· BeatMaker & Sonoma Audio Copy / Paste Support
· Patch Management mit Kategorien und unlimitierten User Banks
· Import / Export Audio und Sounds von iTunes

Anforderungen: iOS 6 oder höher

OS >= 8.0

Kommentare


http://job-distance.com
Allgemein (12.12.16 - 18:50)
Самый синт из всех синтов на iOS.
Ogru
Allgemein (22.01.16 - 14:43)
Brutal. ������������������������������

Pensaba que el precio era un poco elevado, pero la compra ha merecido el gasto y ha cumplido sobradamente mis expectativas.
Fantástico el sonido, fantástica interfaz. Los filtros son impresionantes.
Muy recomendable para los coleccionistas de sintes y para los profesionales o aficionados avanzados. Sin duda alguna es de lo mejor que he tenido en mis manos para el iPad (y ya tenía casi todos los mejores)





Alex Platonov
Allgemein (25.04.14 - 19:28)
Действительно качественный и мощный продукт. Сразу видно, что создатели старались сделать лучший синтезатор в AppStore. Я считаю что у них это получилось.
ᎯЅᏆℛᎾℂᎯᏆ 🌟🌟🌟
Allgemein (12.03.14 - 10:29)
Discount for excellent synth enjoy ;)))
Alex
Allgemein (20.12.13 - 20:29)
Этот синтезатор для всех тех, кто любит позаморачиваться с настройками. Действительно интересный звук, никаких встроенных покупок, хороший набор семплов, и огромное поле для творчества. Считаю ли я оправданной цену в 379 руб.? Пожалуй, да. Очень хороший музыкальный "комбайн".
ChrisG
Allgemein (11.08.13 - 17:09)
Updated my Nave Preset Bank...Well over a hundred presets by now. No boring static stuff, everything is modulated etc with the x/y pad(s), wheel, key/note xy etc. So really easy to change around alot of the sounds without having to dig into the whole synth...Available at http://forum.audiob.us/discussion/1369/preset-sharing-waldorf-nave
RICHTSCHEID!
(04.04.15 - 13:11)
@ChrisG:
thank you very much ... your presets are really fat
ChrisG
(04.04.15 - 20:11)
@RICHTSCHEID!:
Thanks!
ChrisG
Allgemein (26.06.13 - 19:39)
I'm creating a new preset bank for Nave that's completely free and no license BS, thought I might as well share it on here too for anyone looking for more presets! It's a work in progress and the bank will grow with time I guess. Here's a handful of audio demos and link to the preset bank is in the info: https://soundcloud.com/chris1a-1/nave-synth-chrisg-preset-bank
OlDirtyDave
Allgemein (21.06.13 - 20:26)
if you double-tap the Waldorf logo in the upper-right corner, you will find a surprise...;)
Steve
Allgemein (16.06.13 - 14:34)
Stunning - this raises the bar considerably!

Beautifully designed, fantastic sound exploration capabilities - anything is possibly in here from the simplest of tones to the most complex of evolving synths!

Amazing 10/10
djtxn4688d3do6xdj4
Allgemein (15.06.13 - 05:39)
Not a great translation to a touch screen. Had potential but this is lost with the poor control access and difficult to navigate design. Better apps are already out there.
ChrisG
(16.06.13 - 13:04)
@djtxn4688d3do6xdj4:
Translation from what? And what other wavetable synthesis apps are the "better" ones?

I think all 4-5 wt synths available on the AppStore have their own sound characteristics. And all of them kinda suffer from the same problem a flat glass surface usually gives ya.
djtxn4688d3do6xdj4
(17.06.13 - 17:38)
@ChrisG:
This isn't the first synth that Waldorf made or the first app the developers have designed.
Translating those skills and understanding just hasn't happened here.
Touchscreen doesn't give you dials but it does give plenty of other possibilities that this app has missed(!)... it's the basic benefit of tablets... which I presume as an app user you're aware of?
Not only that but there are so many other apps now that every app surely should be designed better.
Propellerhead learned from their first app and changed approach between the Rebirth app to Figure. (Whether you like Figure or not, it's still much more touch screen usable)
The Nave app was designed by experienced programmers but seems to have missed the point about touch screen possibilities.
(I'm sorry my review seemed to offend earlier for some reason?! I was just pointing out some things about the app that everyone in their desire to praise the emperors new clothes seemed to have missed!)
ChrisG
(17.06.13 - 18:37)
@djtxn4688d3do6xdj4:
You didn't answer my questions tho. Figure is just a simple beat- sketch pad in the same category as WeJaam, iKassilator etc. You can't design/create your own sounds there and so on. If you're talking about the scale/grid based playing area in Figure you'll find the same thing in Nave (and most other synth apps) if you switch to the "blades" and set a scale. They are completely different apps, apples and oranges and all that..

You didn't offend me. You didn't point out anything that was lost in translation to iOS. And translation from what btw? It's Waldorfs first synth for iOS, although they had help from nLogs developer Rolf. Nave is more or less exactly like every other iOS synth out there with its knobs, sliders and menus etc so I don't know what you're talking about here? You have to be more specific. It would help if you compared it to similar apps like the other wavetable synths available on iOS, perhaps ?


By the way the iOS conversion of Rebirth wasn't done by Propellerheads. I liked it tho, looked just like the good ol Rebirth from the 90s, as it should.
djtxn4688d3do6xdj4
(17.06.13 - 19:23)
@ChrisG:
Got no time to be trolled.
rnenamesfree
(17.06.13 - 21:16)
@djtxn4688d3do6xdj4:
The above points can't be left as they are... as it might appear I'm accepting my review was invalid... it's not.
I wrote a view based on my opinions of other apps as well as this one.
I don't like mentioning other app names generally... it's not a review about them... it's a review about Nave.
Nave might be Waldorf's attempt but it was written by experienced, successful touchscreen programmers.
Animoog, Wavegenerator and Wavemapper all have "buttons and dials" but are all more tuned for the touchscreen and waste less "touch space"... i.e. they're easier to control on a touchscreen.
It doesn't matter that a synth is wavetable or any other kind of synth... the hardware is the same and the differences are in how easily they are accessible and usable.
I didn't say the app had no potential...
I did say that it missed a big part of being a touchscreen app... having a different interface to hardware and being able to manipulate sound in a different way.
It's a new app... so why is it still designed much like apps from 2-3 years ago?
The touchscreen is only partly used to it's potential.
My example for comparison was Rebirth.
Sure, Rebirth looks nice and sounds ok... but it isn't easy to use for a touchscreen.
I'm also not sure how well you'd be able to do anything much more than sketch something out on it... but for that purpose Figure is more accessible and touchscreen orientated.
As I said, I did mention Rebirth and Figure...
My only response to your final point is that Ernst Nathorst-Böös seemed to think both apps were connected with Propellerhead. I can't really argue with him.
ChrisG
(17.06.13 - 22:38)
@rnenamesfree:
You are really not making much sense here, and I'll just leave it at that...

Yea Rebirth was made by Propellerheads back in the 90s for the PC. The iOS conversion wasn't handled by them tho.
rnenamesfree
(18.06.13 - 03:23)
@ChrisG:
I don't make sense because you don't believe me... Not because its not true.
For some reason I got to you because I didn't like the app?
I don't know why you think you had to put my personal opinion down initially?
When I said it was a "translation" it's that it is putting their understanding of synths into an app... it's semantics... translation sometimes still has to be made from the same language to itself... sorry that wasn't obvious to you?
How would you describe putting all your knowledge into a different format?
In the first meeting in which Propellerhead actually introduced the Figure app... they said that they had learned from "their" experiences of previous iOS apps... that the Rebirth "app" (iOS app - not 90's program) didn't translate well directly as a touch app.
They said it... not me.
I'm only now saying this because I saw and heard it myself... it's true and I don't like being told I'm lying or making stuff up... or being mocked by someone who just didn't appear to like me writing a negative review in the first place.
(As a matter of interest, have you never wondered why some of the big companies seem to have apps registered to random app designers names... It happens!?
The name on the App Store doesn't necessarily mean the big company wasn't behind it.
Look at the apps next time!)
You don't have to insult someone because you don't believe them... a word to the wise... if you don't understand something... you might be the one who doesn't have all the facts... not them.
I'm sorry you didn't realise you might be wrong.
I'm genuinely sorry this seems to have got to you in the first place... It's a pointless argument but when it comes to being implied I've been untrue... I can't let that go either!
I haven't said anything untrue at any point previously or here now.
Please check the propellerhead video yourself if you don't believe me... either on Youtube or on Propellerhead's own site.
ChrisG
(18.06.13 - 09:22)
@rnenamesfree:
You're still not making much sense at all. You didn't "get to me", or anyone else I imagine. I only asked what made Nave so different from all other synths on iOS (which isn't much in terms of accessibility regarding controls etc, if anything it's slightly more accessible). And you mentioned Figure which is a completely different type of app. I dunno why you seem so upset?

And still, no Propellerheads didn't handle the Rebirth conversion, but of course they "learned" from it...It's their creation.

hellwinkel
(18.06.13 - 22:27)
@djtxn4688d3do6xdj4:
Tell me the better apps out there. Ok, there are some features i miss, but theres a much better workflow programming sounds than with wavegenerator. The speech synth feature has really potential.
marvin79
(19.06.13 - 01:23)
@djtxn4688d3do6xdj4:
It is a good thing to see that not everyone who owns an ipad and has a few "music" apps will be able to use the huge amount of possibilities the waldorf is providing ... a good thing for me ....if people like the "touch" of a sketchboard app like figure so much more than the features of nave - there is nothing left to say ...
OlDirtyDave
(21.06.13 - 20:27)
@djtxn4688d3do6xdj4:
So...what do you think of Propellerhead's Thor?
OlDirtyDave
(21.06.13 - 20:29)
@rnenamesfree:
Tempo Ruboto is not a random developer.
ChrisG
Allgemein (14.06.13 - 17:54)
Really nice synth. This and Wavemapper should satisfy most of your wavetable synthesis needs on iOS. Nave is able to make really fat sounds a la Animoog with its overdrive and multiple VA style oscillators you can detune (all that on top of the two wavetable oscillators). And it can spit out some really cold and nice leads, lush soundscapes etc. While Wavemapper is able to produce more warm and natural sounding stuff. Is it a must if you already have Animoog? At this price I think so. Plus, Animoog can't really produce the really cold and lush pads/soundscapes Nave does.


Edit: Oh and there's a really cool speech synthesizer, you simply write some text on the pop up keyboard and Nave will synthesize a wavetable from that.
n0m3rc9
Allgemein (14.06.13 - 15:39)
In 5 days the price will go up to €17.99/$19.99 get it while the price is low!
OlDirtyDave
Allgemein (14.06.13 - 04:31)
Buy this now!
n0m3rc9
(14.06.13 - 13:39)
@OlDirtyDave:
And wy? Is it worth the money for this synth?
n0m3rc9
(14.06.13 - 15:14)
it is worth it! Very good sounding iOs synth :) with full midi/audiobus/WIST support!
OlDirtyDave
(14.06.13 - 15:19)
@n0m3rc9:
No kidding...and this price is the lowest it ever will be.
n0m3rc9
(14.06.13 - 15:23)
@OlDirtyDave:
Yeah ive got it already ;) i buy almost every quality synths on the iOs because they are cheaper than VST plugins xD and i can make music with only my 2 ipads and iphone :P
OlDirtyDave
(14.06.13 - 15:36)
@n0m3rc9:
Exactly...and Nave has all the features needed to build your own patches, so it isn't just a synth but a sound machine. Also it means no iaps (patches can be shared and imported via email). :) try the vocal synthesizer, it's fun
n0m3rc9
(14.06.13 - 15:48)
@OlDirtyDave:
Hehe i will try it soon, im @ a bbq right now :p can't wait to fully explore this sound machine!
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.01.0001
Entwickler: Waldorf Music
Rubrik: Musik
Version: 1.7
Größe: 197 MB
FSK: 4+
Gesamtbewertung: 5
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