Mac Music reports that Studiologic has released a free firmware upgrade for their Sledge analog modeling synthesizer ($1599 MAP).
The upgrade effectively doubles the instrument’s polyphony from 8 voices to 16. The update is shipping in new units and is available as a download for units already in the field.
Details appear to be to come at the Studiologic site. If you’ve got more info, let us know in the comments!
In this video review, Nick Batt from Sonic State takes a look at the StudioLogic Sledge – a knobtacular new synth from StudioLogic and Waldorf.
The Studio Logic Sledge synthesizer made its Musikmesse debut this week.
The Sledge is a new polyphonic keyboard, based on Waldorf’s sound engine.
Here’s a quick demo, from the Musikmesse show floor, that highlights the Sledge’s user interface, synthesis capabilities and offers an intro to the new synth’s sound.
Details are available at the StudioLogic site.
At the 2012 NAMM Show, Studiologic introduced the Sledge polyphonic keyboard synthesizer – a new keyboard, based on a Waldorf sound engine.
The Sledge combines the power of the Waldorf engine with a retro, knobby front panel.
The synth is based around the latest Waldorf modelling technology, offering virtual analog and wave table synthesis, derived from the PPG wave. The three oscillators, plus a Noise generator, are fed into Sledge’s multimode filter, with selectable 24 / 12 dB slope.The old school interface makes clear the signal path and how each control affects the result.
And two built-in effect units deliver Chorus, Phaser and Flanger, as well as a reverb or an analogue style delay.
Details below. Check out the info and let us know what you think of the StudioLogic Sledge synthesizer.