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-====== Topics ====== 
-  * [[https://wiki.audiob.us/app_tutorials/animoog/timbre/complexwaves|Issues with more complex waves]] 
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 +##Animoog Topics
 +* [Complex wave timbre](https://wiki.audiob.us/Animoog_complex_timbre)
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 **Video [Animoog Timbre Creation using TwistedWave | MasterClass](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vGu6WYQFuBI&feature=youtu.be)** **Video [Animoog Timbre Creation using TwistedWave | MasterClass](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vGu6WYQFuBI&feature=youtu.be)**
  
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 4. If the waveform isn't exactly 1024 samples, you can use pitch shifting and time stretching to create the sample of the correct length. 4. If the waveform isn't exactly 1024 samples, you can use pitch shifting and time stretching to create the sample of the correct length.
  
-5. Set the time to 0.371 seconds and the pitch will be the ratio of #samples in your sample divided by 1024 samples.+5. Set the time to 0.371 seconds and the pitch will be the ratio of #samples in your sample divided by 1024 samples. You can use the **NanoStudio 2**[🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nanostudio-2/id1112601015?mt=8) audio editor to determine the number of samples in your wave sample.
  
 6. To minimize distortion, create a file with 16 copies of your single cycle waveform to stretch it. The errors in the stretching process will be distributed over 16 cycles rather than just one. 6. To minimize distortion, create a file with 16 copies of your single cycle waveform to stretch it. The errors in the stretching process will be distributed over 16 cycles rather than just one.
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 **Which specific apps do I use?** **Which specific apps do I use?**
  
-**[AudioShare by Kymatica AB🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/audioshare/id543859300?mt=8)**+**AudioShare**[🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/audioshare/id543859300?mt=8)
  
 1. Convert stereo files to 44.1kHz mono files. 1. Convert stereo files to 44.1kHz mono files.
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 4. Create a zip file of the folder creating the Animoog timbres I want to transfer via iTunes file transfer. 4. Create a zip file of the folder creating the Animoog timbres I want to transfer via iTunes file transfer.
  
-**[TwistedWave Audio Editor by TwistedWave Software Ltd.🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/twistedwave-audio-editor/id401438496?mt=8)**+**TwistedWave**[🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/twistedwave-audio-editor/id401438496?mt=8)
  
 1. Trim samples at zero crossing points. 1. Trim samples at zero crossing points.
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 3. Duplicate single cycles waveforms to create 16 single cycle wav files for export into AudioShare via the filed app. 3. Duplicate single cycles waveforms to create 16 single cycle wav files for export into AudioShare via the filed app.
  
-**[Files by Apple🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/files/id1232058109?mt=8)**+**Files**[🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/files/id1232058109?mt=8)
  
 Export files from TwistedWave into AudioShare so that they'll go directly into the specific folder I want rather than just the main directory if you export directly from TwistedWave into AudioShare. Export files from TwistedWave into AudioShare so that they'll go directly into the specific folder I want rather than just the main directory if you export directly from TwistedWave into AudioShare.
  
  
-**[Caustic by Rejean Poirier🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/caustic/id775735447?mt=8) Stand-alone WAV editor**+**Caustic**[🏪](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/caustic/id775735447?mt=8)
  
 1. Pitch and time stretch the wav file containing the 16 single cycle waveforms I want to have the correct tuning for an Animoog timbre. This is found in the tools tab. 1. Pitch and time stretch the wav file containing the 16 single cycle waveforms I want to have the correct tuning for an Animoog timbre. This is found in the tools tab.
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