Pad sound with self-resonating filter …
Typical PPG pad sound with slowly changing wavetable … extremely warm at some times …!
Slow upward arpeggiation of notes. PPG sound with some wave sequencing (wavetable controlled by envelope No. 1).
Characteristic PPG sound. It might remind us of Waldorf synthesizers. However, the original PPG Wave has a lot more power, it simply sounds more rough and interesting.
This is one of the best organ sounds I’ve ever heard. The sample starts in “mono” with reduces filter frequency. The latter is raised and “mono” is turned to “stereo”. Impressive.
Wave 2.2 stereo notes and weird Korg PS-3100 FX-sound (high-speed LFO-to-filter modulation). Both instruments controlled by Manikin Schrittmacher sequencer.
Mix soundfiles: PPG Wave 2.2 and Sequential Pro-One.
Two sequences in a row. Typical PPG features: distinctive wavetable sound and audio stereo output.
The Wave 2.2 has a very “earthy” character. It sounds more interesting than any of its successors, including the big Waldorf Wave. PPG’s warm digital/analog stereo sounds are just brilliant …
Big plus: PPG’s analog filter. Excellent resonance!