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can we have oversampling to improve the sound quality ?

+9 votes
asked Jun 3, 2010 by TubeOhm (580 points)
if i will manipulate the osc wave , there is digital  aliasing ,time jitter and distortion.
So it is nice to have oversampling-  maybe as an extra sem modul -or
i can switch it on/of for a complete container.

So it is in this time not possible to generate from a SAW a PWM audiosignal ( like in old hardware synths) or shape  the waveform without aliasing artefacts.

Oversampling will improve the filter quality also.

1 Answer

+3 votes
answered Jun 8, 2010 by triton (460 points)
I agree, but this is the wrong place to vote for it - please vote in the Q & A folder that Jeff started   http://www.synthedit.com/qa/14/vote-on-new-features-you-want-in-synthedit
commented Jun 8, 2010 by opsis (2,240 points)
like submitted somewhere, a LOCAL and DELIMITED oversampling should be better. The whole oversampling will generate again "synthedit take too much cpu"!
commented Jun 9, 2010 by fairlighter (270 points)
If I understand corect, on container level, yes, whole synth - no. I get it