目录

Setting up Wwise Synth One

Before we begin working with MIDI in the Interactive Music Hierarchy, let’s take a look at the synthesizer functionality of the Wwise Synth One source plug-in.

Source Editor - Wwise Synth One
  • Input

    • Frequency Mode - The source of the input frequency used by the oscillators.

      • Base Frequency - Frequency is obtained from the Base Frequency property.

      • Midi Note - Frequency is obtained from received MIDI note events.

    • Base Frequency

      • 20-20000 Hz - Input frequency for oscillators in Hz.

  • 2 Oscillators

    • 4 Waveform Types - Available for each Oscillator.

      • Sine

      • Triangle

      • Square

      • Sawtooth

    • Transpose: The Pitch of the Oscillator

      • -3600 to +3600 cents - Transposition of input frequency, in cents.

    • Level - Output level of Oscillator, in dB, applied before the Oscillators are combined.

    • PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) - A technique that conforms the width of the pulse based on the modulator signal.

    • Invert - Inverts the Output of the Oscillator.

  • Output - How the Oscillator outputs are combined

    • Mode

      • Mix: the samples are added

      • Ring: the samples are multiplied

    • FM (Frequency Modulation) - This value determines how much of Oscillator 2's output is used to generate oscillator 1's output.

      • 20-20000 Hz

    • Level (Volume) - Level applied to the final signal (combined Oscillator outputs mixed with noise generator output).

  • Noise

    • Noise Shape - The type of noise generated.

      • White Noise

      • Pink Noise

    • Noise Level (Volume): Level applied to the output of the noise module, in dB. The level is applied before the output of the noise module is mixed with the combined Oscillator outputs.