Is there an online article or something in the manuals (can't find) that explains some of the waveform naming conventions?
There are several name suffices on Waveforms that recur, such as in
0983 French Horn Solo Of
0982 French Horn Solo-
0981 French Horn Solo+
What does "Of" and "-", "+" mean?
In the Wv category there are several names that I'm curious about?
1366 P5 Sawdown 0 dg I understand "Sawdown" and "0 dg", but what's "P5"? Maybe Prophet 5?
1368 P5 SawDown PhaseRndm. Presumably "PhaseRndm" refers to the initial phase. But how can it be random if it's a waveform stored in memory. Can the waverforms be read out at random initial points?
1373 OB Saw --- Presumably Oberheim? How are they different from P5 Saw?
1375 1o1 Saw. What's "1o1"?
1379 Mg Ramp. "Moog Ramp"? This doesn't sound like a sawtooth, but like a combination of two waveforms, maybe a square and a saw an octave higher
1374 Saw --- higher harmonics aren't strong enough for a sawtooth, any ideas?
Then there are some kind of pulses presumably
1380,81,82 --- P10-1, P10-2, P10-3
1383,84 --- P25-1, P25-2
1385,86 --- P50-1, P50-2 --- These sound like square waves, so maybe the others have shorter duty cycle 25% and 10%?