Hello dear friends!
I really/still enjoy working with the incredibly good sounding CloudBank. There I use wavetables recorded in realtime for the Grain Wave and Grain Env. In the case of Grain Wave I use a Memory Writer which cyclically creates 4096 samp long records (Trigger = 1 and Cycle is checked). So I can record permanently morphing wavetables. But I found out that if I just record an unmodified sine wave and let it read by the Cloud Bank, some noisy artifacts appear in the sound of the Cloud Bank.
What is that and how can I avoid it? Thanks in advance :)
Here is an example.
In the left sound, I have only set the sine wave as a grain wave in the CloudBank and in the right sound I use the memory writer to continuously record a sine wave which is then read by the CloudBank.
The artifact effect can be listened to especially in the lower octaves and at full velocity - at least with MemoryWriter.
In the example on the left, where only a sine wave is used as GrainWave in the CloudBank, the artifacts are not noticeable. I also suspected that there might be sync problems. In the course of this I tried to solve the problem by changing the CaptureDuration, by adding a SwarmSmoother (e.g. TimeConstant = 1 or 2 samp , Damping =1) and in SimultaneousRead mode in the MemoryWriter - unfortunately without success.