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.
2011 Winter NAMM Show: Studiologic announced that it’s now shipping the Numa Organ Joey DeFrancesco Model, an integrated organ and keyboard controller. The Numa Organ offers a physical model of the classic electro-mechanical organ, complete with rotary and scanner emulation.
Above, Joey DeFrancesco jams on the new Numa Organ.
2011 NAMM Show: Studiologic announced that the Numa Piano is shipping and widely available.
An integrated stage piano and master keyboard controller, the Numa Piano features the Fatar TP/100 Premium Weighted Hammer Action. The Numa Piano offers Grand Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Pad, Organ, and Upright Bass sounds.
Above, Joey DeFrancesco and Alberto Marsico jam on the Numa Piano and Studiologic’s Numa Organ. Continue reading →