I’m quite new to sound design and want to both learn how to create specific sounds, how to make the best of Pigments and create some ‘made my own’ sounds for my music.
In the beginning I want to focus on the Analog and Wavetable engines to learn about their specific possibilities and limitations.
The idea is to create sound that are quite near to real instruments (like strings, flutes, sax, E-piano etc.) but that I can modify as I wish.
Currently I wanted to reproduce a Vital- tutorial in which they created a beautiful Wurlitzer-like sound (you can hear it right at the beginning of the tutorial): https://youtu.be/HpSC2SFb9E4
I used Vital to create the Wavetable (there is no wavetable-editor in Pigments yet, right?) and imported it successfully into Pigments, but then I failed to continue because I don’t know how to achieve the ‘Phase Formant’ effect (at minute 3) and the ‘Unison smear’ effect. So I didn’t even try the other steps.
Am I on the wrong track?
How would I proceed to create such a beautiful Wurlitzer-like sound within Pigments (ideally only with the analog or Wavetable engine)?
Any tips or examples of similar presets (based on Analog or Wavetable) are very much appreciated!