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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Alba Ecstasy has released The Storyteller – a new sound library for the Waldorf Blofeld.
The Blofeld sound library offers 128 new presets. Audio demos below.
This video captures a quick overview, at
Musikmesse 2014, of the new Waldorf Streichfett string synthesizer. Continue reading
Musikmesse 2014: Waldorf has released this teaser for their upcoming 2-pole Analog Filter.
The 2-pole Analog Filter box is designed to give users access to ‘the heart of the Waldorf sound’ – with an inspiring user interface with a one knob/one function philosophy.
Waldorf will be introducing a new synth at Musikmesse 2014, the Streichfett String Synthesizer.
The Waldorf Streichfett combines the best of the now extinct species of String Synthesizers of the 70s and early 80s. Its dual sound engine features a fully polyphonic strings section and a monophonic solo section, which, according to Waldorf, is ‘essential for recreating how adult movies sounded thirty years ago’.
Waldorf has released an update to Nave, its software synthesizer for the iPad.
Nave was created by Waldorf chief engineer and director
Stefan Stenzel, NLog mastermind Rolf Wöhrmann and synth design guru Axel Hartmann.
Here’s what’s new in Nave 1.4: