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Bleys
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sample based synthesis?

I'm looking for a program that allows sample based synthesis.
Let's use the Subsynth as an example. That one gave me the idea.
Each oscilator would be loaded with a wave file rather than a waveform.
I'm sure something like this exists but my searchterms lead me far away.

kwfkaymfb
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Pcm synth?

Pcm synth?

James
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The Subsynth in Caustic

The Subsynth in Caustic accepts single cycle waveforms in the way you describe. 

A Granular synth takes samples and does weird things with them. There will be stand alone and VST versions of all of these.

A quick Google tells me there a bunch of Android Granular Synths out there.

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http://www.singlecellsoftware

http://www.singlecellsoftware.com/node/1197

There are 4k(!) Single Cycle Waveforms that can be used in the Subsynth if you follow the link from this old thread.

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Many moons ago I asked for a

Many moons ago I asked for a sample input for the Modular synth, which was kinda half agreed as doable... If you want to mess with samples quite a bit you can use the PCM (or PCMs) as a machine input(s) (and set send notes to source) on a modular and then cross fade between inputs and whack on some crazy filters. It's qutie a lot of fun, but you do eat up machines quite quickly.

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Also, if you set a PCM to a

Also, if you set a PCM to a monosynth (polyphony of 1) if you set the sample to note on/off and use the glide function you can make a sample stutter as it continues where it left off, which can be interesting if messing with a vocal sample or similar.