PPG Infinite iPad Synth

PPG Infinite iPad Synth

PPG Infinite iPad Synth. At the end of the 70s, Wolfgang Palm developed wavetable synthesis. This review will cover why you should consider getting this synth for your IPad.

But this technology has its limitations. The main reason is that all sounds are harmonic. In nature, this does not happen very often. Many sounds like a piano string have small offsets from the harmonic frequencies. This synth is even stronger in sounds like bells or percussion.
Infinite overcomes this limitation. It inherits many of the great features of the PPG Wave 2

The frequencies of the overtones created by Infinite can be freely defined. So the sounds it produces are free in the frequencies of their overtones. Each partial wave can have an arbitrary frequency on the PPG Infinite iPad Synth.

Moreover, it is possible to move these overtones independently during the duration of a note.

At the end of the 70s Wolfgang Palm developed wavetable synthesis. This was very successful and used by many synthesizer companies in the 80s and 90s. But this technology has its limitations. The main reason is that all sounds are harmonic. In nature this does not happen very often. Many sounds like a piano string have small offsets from the harmonic frequencies. This is even stronger in sounds like bells or percussion.

Infinite overcomes this limitation.
The frequencies of the overtones created by Infinite can be totally freely defined. So the sounds it produces are totally free in the frequencies of their overtones. This means that each partial wave can have an arbitrary frequency.
Moreover it is possible to move these overtones independently during the duration of a note.

This has always been my dream. A system which can reproduce all kinds of sounds and transform them into a universal set of parameters. Thus all these sounds are completely morphable.

Wolfgang Palm

Another important part of most natural sounds is noise. Be it a flute or when a drumstick hits the drumhead – and this all can be reproduced in Infinite.
Furthermore the noise source can be used to modulate the tonal part which results in very powerful effects.

Besides these new digital features, we still have the typical 24db Lowpass filter, 2 VCA with stereo out and effects. All this is controlled by 10 envelopes, 4 LFOs and a modulation matrix.

Maybe the greatest innovation in Infinite is the Morpher. It is so easy to create new timbres and real-time effects by morphing the gains and frequencies of sounds with the X/Y controller. To get an impression of the morphing possibilities watch this short video.

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