This is an audio demo of the Waldorf Microwave Wavetable Synthesizer, a rackmount synth based on Waldorf’s Wave synthesizer.
This classic rackmount synth features 8-voice polyphony, and an interesting mix of analog and digital style synthesis.
If you’ve used the Microwave, leave a comment with your thoughts!
Waldorf Microwave Mk1 Revision A with curtis filter CEM3389 (Revision B CEM3387) from the year 1989, the direct successor of the PPG Wave
demo: analog and digital pads, wavetable sounds, bells, sweeps, fx sounds…
up to 8.12 bass and sequencer sounds, sequenced by the MFB Step64
The sound of the Microwave Mk1 (real hybrid synth) and Microwave Mk2 (DSP based synth) is absolute different.