This review is in Dutch
Review is in Dutch
Waldorf M Wavetable synthesizer
With Waldorf M, They are musically returning to their roots by bringing back classic Microwave and ‘modern’ Microwave II tone generation as a new-generation classic hybrid wavetable synthesizer with an analogue lowpass 24 dB/Oct VCF — SSI 2144 Improved Ladder Type — with resonance and analogue saturation feature, true stereo analogue VCA with panning option, and much more to explore in a desktop-friendly form factor featuring a wide range of unique sounds. Plentiful presets — totalling 2,048 sound programs (divided into 16 banks, each with 128 sounds) — professionally programmed by world- renowned sound designers also include all of the classic Microwave sound sets, such as MW1 Factory Sound Set, MW1 Soundpool 1-5, the fat-sounding Analogue and Bassco, as well as PPG Wave 2.3 sounds cleverly converted for the original Microwave. Moreover, it also features freshly-programmed sounds utilising M’s myriad new features — from true hard Sync (when working in its Modern Microwave II/XT mode) to the ARP (arpeggiator) and MIDI-syncable global LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator).
This review is done by Interface Magazine(marz 2020). Written in Dutch.
Jeroen Rietbergen (musical creative director) who plays keyboards at the show “The Voice of Holland” just starting to use the waldorf Quantum on stage. Jeroens first impression: “what a great cool synth”
Jeroen is a well know keyboard player in The Benelux and abroad. Played in the past in different bands like: Candy Dulfer/Marco Borasato/Jan Akkerman/Soulvation and he also worked as a composer for several film music.
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