2015 NAMM Show: Waldorf has introduced the nw1 Wavetable Module for Eurorack modular synthesizers.
nw1 is Waldorf’s debut module for the Eurorack format. The nw1 includes an advanced wavetable engine, with independent control of spectral envelope and noisiness – like its Nave software synthesizer.
2015 NAMM Show, Waldorf is introducing four new products: Continue reading
In his latest Sonic Lab video,
Nick Batt takes a look at the Waldorf Streichfett String Synthesizer – a modern take on the classic string synth sounds of the 70s.
Batt is ‘very impressed’ with the Streichfett.
If you’ve used the Streichfett, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!
Don Solaris has been exploring the sounds of the Waldorf Streichfett – a new synth, inspired by the classic string synthesizers of the 70s and early 80s.
His demo video features a variety of Streichfett sounds:
This video, via
Jürgen Driessen, is an exploration of the new Waldorf Streichfett String Synthesizer.
While other synths offer monophonic, polyphonic or even paraphonic synthesis, the Streichfett might be characterized as pornophonic – designed to create the
the ‘adult’ sound of vintage string synthesizers. Continue reading
Waldorf has announced the availability of the Streichfett String Synthesizer — a modern take on the string synthesizer sounds of yesteryear.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Waldorf has announced that the new Waldorf 2-Pole Filter is now shipping, and has released this official tutorial video to introduce it.
The Waldorf 2-Pole Filter is a multi-mode analog filter. It offers a fully analog signal path, built-in modulation, overdrive and more.
This video captures an interview, via
Nick Batt and sonicstate, with industrial designer Axel Hartmann.
If you’ve played a synthesizer, there’s a good chance you’ve played one designed by Axel Hartmann. Hartmann is responsible for the industrial design of:
Waldorf synths, including the MicroWave, Wave, Blofeld and others;
the Alesis Andromeda Analog Synthesizer;
the Hartmann Neuron;
the Access Virus Polar;
the Moog Little Phatty and Minimoog Voyager XL;
Arturia’s Origin, Spark & MiniBrute;
the StudioLogic Sledge;
the Schmidt Analog Synthesizer;
and many others.
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