Waldorf nw1 Eurorack Wavetable Module (User Demo)

This video, via SynthCity, takes a look at the Waldorf NW1 synthesizer module.

The video demonstrates how to record a wavetable into the User bank of the Waldorf NW1 Wavetable Module. 

This patch also makes use of the Doepfer A-119, Make Noise Wiard Wogglebug, MN Maths, WMD/SSF Amplitude, and Qu-Bit Electronics RT60.

Here’s another look at the new modules from Waldorf from the 2016 NAMM Show:

In this video, Rolf Wöhrmann gives us an overview of the kb37 Controller Keyboard and three new modules:

  • dvca1 Dual VCA module for Eurorack systems
  • mod1 Modulator module for Eurorack systems
  • cmp1 Compressor module for Eurorack systems

The Waldorf NW1 synthesizer module is priced at US $399.99.

2 thoughts on “Waldorf nw1 Eurorack Wavetable Module (User Demo)

  1. I wonder if this is indeed waveform recording and playback, because to my ears it sounds more like LPC voice re-synthesis. Perhaps, what nw1 does is it just performs LPC formant analysis for the incoming sound, and it subsequently re-synthesizes the voice with an LPC algorithm. This would be quite reasonable, considering that speech synthesis engine is indeed featured in the module and available in the “Classic speech” mode.

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