5.11 Organic
Organic is an additive synthesizer which combins the output of up to 8 oscillators.
Organic
Although it has more oscillators than TripleOscillator, it is less flexible because it lacks a lot of its abilities, among them the option to modulate the oscillators with each other. The phase offsets of each oscillator are randomized whenever a note is played (for both stereo channels separately). For that reason this instrument sounds slightly different everytime you press a key even when you don't change any settings.
Organic is most useful for creating organ instruments (that's where its name comes from) and pads.

5.11.1 Individual Oscillator Controls

  • Wave: The waveform generated by the oscillator
    • 0%: Sine
    • 1%: Sawtooth
    • 2%: Pulse
    • 3%: Triangle
    • 4%: Moog Triangle
    • 5%: Exponential
  • Vol: Volume of the oscillator
  • Pan: Stereo panning of the oscillator
  • Wide: Coarse of the oscillator. Has a range of one octave up and down.

5.11.2 General Controls

  • Dist: Adds a clipper effect (distortion)
  • Vol: General volume
  • Randomize: Randomizes all oscillator settings

5.11.3 Tuning of the Oscillators

This is the default coarse of the oscillators with "Wide" on 0

5.11.3.1 Semitones Relative to Base Note

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
-12
-7
0
+12
+19
+24
+28
+31

5.11.3.2 Semitones Relative to Previous Oscillator

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+7
+12
+12
+7
+5
+4
+3
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5.11.1 Individual Oscillator Controls
5.11.2 General Controls
5.11.3 Tuning of the Oscillators
5.11.3.1 Semitones Relative to Base Note
5.11.3.2 Semitones Relative to Previous Oscillator