I am thinking about backing the Anyma Omega on Kickstarter, but I am curious about the Additive Oscillator module.
Can you tell me more about the general design of the Additive Oscillator. Specifically:
How many partials does one oscillator support?
Does it allow ADSR over each partial?
Can each partial be tuned in terms of ratio/frequency/phase?
Can a waveform (sample) be resynthesized by the oscillator?
There are not many synths that have a really robust Additive Synthesis support, and I am trying to learn more about Aodyo's approach to the their take before I commit to supporting the project.
This is definetly not the purpose of the Anyma Omega to become an additive synthesizer. The additive OSC are simple one with one partial with detune and bandwidth setting. Other like Organ Osc can mimic simple additive synthesis as do organs. The purpose of such OSc in the Anyma context is more to have various tone source to feed the resonators.
No resynthesis on board.