Studiologic has announced a new version of its Sledge synthesizer, the Sledge Black Edition.
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Studiologic introduced Sledge 2.0 – an updated version of its vintage-inspired digital keyboard that offers a lot more synth for less money. With Sledge 2.0, Studiologic and Waldorf Labs (working as a team) have made it more flexible as a pure synthesizer, added Dual mode for Split/Layer functions, introduced support for… Read More Studiologic Sledge 2.0 Offers More Synth For Less Money
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… Read More Studiologic Sledge Firmware Update Doubles Its Polyphony
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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… Read More The StudioLogic Sledge Polyphonic Keyboard Synthesizer