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-====== Comparing Waldorf synthesizers ======+====== Comparing ​the small Waldorf synthesizers ======
  
-A German company Waldorf has come up with a set of interesting hardware synthesizers:​ [[en:​music:​waldorf_blofeld|Blofeld]][[en:​music:​waldorf_rocket|Rocket]] and [[en:​music:​waldorf_streichfett|Streichfett]]. All the three boxes have their own fields where they shine.+<wrap info>​Created 2015latest update 2017-10-18.</​wrap>​
  
-^ ^ Waldorf ​Blofeld ^ Waldorf Rocket ^ Waldorf Streichfett ^ +A German company ​Waldorf ​has come up with a set of interesting small form factor hardware synthesizers: ​[[en:​music:​waldorf_blofeld|Blofeld]], Pulse 2, [[en:​music:​waldorf_rocket|Rocket]] and [[en:​music:​waldorf_streichfett|Streichfett]]. All the three boxes have their own fields where they shine.
-^ What it is | A digital general-purpose synthesizer offering wide sonic possibilities | An capable little monosynth for strong analog sounds | A synth for generating vintage synth string and choir sounds | +
-^ How it sounds | Bright and little bit metallic in a pleasing way | Strong and analog | Vintage | +
-^ What it can deliver | Almost any sound you wish - if you know how to set the parameters | Analog leads and basses | From a tiny beep to a massive wall of choiry synth strings | +
-^ What it can't deliver | Analog instrument imitations (pianos, violins, horns) based on sample banks | Soft pad-type sounds | Not a general-purpose synthesizer so farther you drift from synth strings less is what you get | +
-^ What I use it for | Complex pads and atmospheric sounds | Analog lead and bass | Synth strings | +
-^ What would I compare it against | Any general-purpose digital synthesizer | All those new affordable analog monosynth boxes | There is nothing to compare it against since it defines an instrument class of its own | +
-^ Read more | [[en:​music:​waldorf_blofeld]] ​[[en:​music:​waldorf_rocket]] ​[[en:​music:​waldorf_streichfett]] ​|+
  
-{{tag>​music hobby waldorf waldorf_blofeld waldorf_rocket waldorf_streichfett musical_instrument synthesizer music_studio 2015 review comparison}}+^ ^ Waldorf Blofeld ^ Waldorf Pulse 2 ^ Waldorf Rocket ^ Waldorf Streichfett ^ 
 +^ What it is | A digital general-purpose synthesizer offering wide sonic possibilities | A modern approach to an analog synth | An affordable little monosynth for strong analog sounds | A synth for generating vintage synth string and choir sounds | 
 +^ How it sounds | Bright and a little bit metallic but in a pleasing way | Analog in a modern way | Strong and analog | Vintage | 
 +^ What it can deliver | Almost any sound you wish for, if you know how to set the parameters | All you can expect from an analog synth | Analog leads and basses | From a tiny beep to a massive wall of choiry synth strings | 
 +^ What it can't deliver | Analog instrument imitations (pianos, violins, horns) based on sample banks | Digital sounds | Soft pad-type sounds | Not a general-purpose synthesizer so farther you drift from synth strings less is what you get | 
 +^ What I use it for | Complex pads and atmospheric ambient sounds | Anything analog I might need | Analog lead and bass | Synth strings | 
 +^ What would I compare it against | Any general-purpose digital synthesizer | Full-fledged analog synths | All those new affordable analog monosynth boxes | There is nothing to compare it against as it defines an instrument class of its own | 
 +^ Read more | [[en:​music:​waldorf_blofeld]] | Not yet written | [[en:​music:​waldorf_rocket]] | [[en:​music:​waldorf_streichfett]] | 
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 +{{tag>​music hobby waldorf waldorf_blofeld ​waldorf_pulse_2 ​waldorf_rocket waldorf_streichfett musical_instrument synthesizer music_studio 2015 2017 review comparison ​analog digital}}