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!
- 128 voice fully polyphonic Strings section
- Continuos morphing of Violin, Viola, Cello, Brass, Organ, Choir and more
- Animate Effect for Modulation of Strings Registration
- Ensemble Effect for Strings
- Eight voice polyphonic Solo section
- Layer/Split for Solo section
- Continuos morphing of Bass, E-Piano, Clavi, Synth, and Pluto for Solo Tone
- Tremolo for Solo section
- 12 programmable patches
- Stereo output
- Headphone output
- MIDI in/out
For more info, see the Waldorf site.
via Sonic State