Learn how to generate waveforms using Triumph, the audio designer for OS X.

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Transcript

In this screencast, we'll walk through how to generate waveforms using Triumph.

To do that, just click the "Create or Add New Assests" button in the toolbar and Choose "Generate."

This will open the Generate Popover. Here, you can define the Waveform type, frequency, level, sample rate, channel count and length.

Clicking "Generate" will populate the requested Waveform in your Triumph project as both an Asset and a Layer.

Now, it's important to note that this can be used to test channel outputs by either defining the Waveform type as Pink Noise or a 1kHz Sine wave.

Special thanks to RØDE Microphones
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