Waldorf Streichfett String Synthesizer Demo

This video captures a quick overview, at Musikmesse 2014, of the new Waldorf Streichfett string synthesizer. 

The Streichfett is offers a fully polyphonic Strings Section with Violin, Viola, Cello, Brass, Organ and Choir presets.

The Waldorf Streichfett will ship in late Springtime, with a list price of 235 Euro (excl. VAT). See the Waldorf site for more info.

via sonicstate

15 thoughts on “Waldorf Streichfett String Synthesizer Demo

  1. YouTube is down!! I guess its because myriads of people want to listen to “Streichfett”. With regards to the spelling:
    You write “Streichfett”, but in English you should pronounce it like “Striechfett”. So both seems to be correct for me. 😉

  2. so all digital apparently, fine, wish they would have a mix knob on ensemble feature, gotten used to that in the wonderful gForce VSM, (i know not part of the original solina etc…) but offered a lot of flexibility within a mix, and seems easy to implement in this type of device… Seems like a winner at proposed cost for what it does…. thanks Waldorf!

  3. Nice little piece of hardware with lots of characteristic sounds. Waldorf is making nice little synths lately for nice little prices.

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