WALDORF MICROWAVE - Spectral Wavetable Synthesizer
The MicroWave evolved from the legendary family of Wave synthesizers developed by Wolfgang Palm of PPG
starting 1980. These synthesizers were used by professionals worldwide because of their truly individual sound.
The advanced wavetable synthesis in combination with a precise resonating four-pole filter produces sounds
from crisp sparkling bell tones to warm complex harmonic sounds unobtainable on any other synthesizer, except
- Two oscillators per voice with three modulation inputs each drive a wavetable memory with four modulation
inputs per oscillator
- Thirty (more than sixty with V2.0) factory wavetables make up a wave memory of close to 2000 different waveforms
- True analog filter with four modulation inputs and resonance capabilities.
- Three assignable envelopes of different characteristics: One ADSR, one ADSR plus delay, one loopable modular
envelope with 8 time and level parameters.
- All parameters can be modulated individually.
- Two LFOs each with four waveforms, symmetry and humanize.
- LFO1 also has additionally delay and ADR envelope.
- Panning with modulation, glide and keyboard tuning.
- 8-part multitimbral with dynamic and mono-mode voice allocation.
- Control over MIDI channel, key windows, velocity windows, velocity curves, transposition, detuning, Midi filters, volume
and panning for each multi-mode part.
- Fast Access parameter chains and Macro templates faciliate quick editing of sounds.
- Stereo out (left+right) plus four assignable individual outputs. Realtime access of parameters via Midi.