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JasonW

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Okay was wondering why the oscillator windows do not tell you which .wav file (the actual specific name of whichever .wav file is being used or selected for use) to determine the .wav file being used, while either designing your own presets or while reverse engineering already made presets? I find it rather odd there seems to be no way to tell....
« Last Edit: June 17, 2020, 12:59:39 PM by Markus Krause »

Markus Krause

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If you design you own patches a checkmark shows the most recently selected waveform.

RayBlaster itself does not store references to wav files.  In RayBlaster the waveform itself is stored within the fxp patch file. The advantage is that everything is stored within a single file and the users do not suffer from missing waveforms.
A sound-designer can load any wav file to an osc. The name of a wav usually does not relate to the content.  So the synth can't know what the sound-designer did on his computer.

Please do also note that content that the patches as well as the waveforms which come with RayBlaster are copyrighted material.
« Last Edit: June 17, 2020, 01:03:37 PM by Markus Krause »

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Re: determining what wave file is loaded in each oscillator window...
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2020, 12:43:13 PM »
Thanks for the reply Markus!!! Your synths are my go to choice almost 100% of the time!!!