- We can send you a download license immediately once you have purchased this product.
- Item number: 401138
- sales unit: 1 piece
- available since: 2016/11/27
- Download: Yes
- Single/Bundle article: Los artikel
- Akustik Keys/Pianos: No
- Beat production / Drum machines: No
- Wind Instruments: No
- Cinematic / Effects: No
- Chorus / Vocals: No
- Drums / Percussion: No
- E-Pianos: No
- Ethno / Folk: No
- Guitars/plucked instruments: No
- Loops/Construction-Kits: No
- Orchestra Instruments: No
- Organs: No
- String Bass: No
- Sampler: No
- String Instruments: No
- Synthesizer: Yes
- Vintage Instrument: No
- Hardware Controller: No
Virtual Synthesizer (Download)
- Typical Waldorf sound as a plugin
- Up to 256 votes per instance
- Up to 4 layers per sound
- Three main oscillators
- Two of them with 68 wavetables and sub-oscillator
- Various setting options per oscillator such as frequency modulation between the oscillators, oscillator sync, variable start phase, ring modulator, noise generator with filter, etc.
- Two multi-mode filters with ten different characteristics each, filter FM and resonance up to self-oscillation
- Two distortion stages per tuner with adjustable distortion and selectable distortion curve
- Three LFOs with MIDI sync, key tracking, note trigger with selectable phase, etc.
- LFO3 also usable as step-LFO with smoothing
- Four ADSR / ADS1DS2R envelopes with loop functions
- Poly, mono, dual or unison mode with adjustable number of voices, detune and panorama spread
- 16-Fold modulation matrix
- Four modifiers with logic operations to create new modulation sources
- Flexible arpeggiator with 16 freely programmable steps
- Two effects section with chorus, flanger, phaser, overdrive, delay and reverb
- Automation of almost all parameters
- MIDI controller automation of the most important parameters
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