Echo Sound Works Wavetable Synthesis vs. Subtractive Synthesis TUTORiAL

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Echo Sound Works Wavetable Synthesis vs. Subtractive Synthesis TUTORiAL


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Are you looking to expand your horizons from one type of synthesis to another? Confused about the definition and differences between subtractive and wavetable synthesis? Or, maybe you’re just starting out and curious to know which type of soft synth is “better”?

If you Google Sylenth vs Massive, a TONNE of results come up. A ton of opinions will also come up, some arguing that Sylenth is better than Massive and vice versa. The truth is, these synths shouldn’t be seen as direct competition to each other because the way in which they fundamentally generate sound is different.


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