The award-winning Nave has succeeded in changing perceptions of
what a serious iOS instrument can be, thanks to unique sounds simply
unachievable with any other synthesizer. We have often been asked
when Nave would be available on other platforms. This new Nave
brings that notable Nave sound engine to your favourite DAW.
Designers have optimized its spectacular graphical user interface
to work with the tried-and-tested computer combo of keyboard and
mouse (or track pad) rather than touch screen surface technology,
yet nothing has been lost in translation.
The featured-packed Nave comes pre-packed with superb sounds,
ranging from spatial pads to vivid wavetable scans and cutting leads
to solid basses, but, above and beyond that, also an abundance of
incredibly imaginative sound worlds ? many of them professionally
produced by some of the top sound designers around.
As a synthesizer thoroughbred at heart, Nave really represents a
phenomenal playground for sound creation creativity. Its oscillators
offer expanded wavetable functionality with elaborate editing
facilities and an extremely effective speech synthesizer.
Anyone at all familiar with Waldorf software instruments will
immediately feel right at home with the typical Waldorf workflow
where sound shaping modules are always directly accessible and all
Arpeggiator, Envelopes, Effects, and Modulation Matrix management
controls are only one push of a virtual button away. Nave
compliments its standard yet classy chromatic keyboard with
groundbreaking blades and pads to control the sound in different
Nave 1.01 - 30. April 2015
- User interface got cut off under specific Windows settings
When you under windows change the DPI settings like via (“Control Panel” -> "Appearance & Customization" -> "Display" -> "Make text and other items larger or smaller”) the UI got cut off.
- Audio Glitch in Wave Oscillator:
A random glitch got fixed in audio which could potentially happen with strong activity for wave position parameter.
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