Mini Live Jam #37: Beatstep/ Patchblocks tek.drum/ Waldorf Streichfett & Rocket/ Volca Keys/ ...

Published on Dec 3, 2017 Kalkartronic

"Live Jam by Kalkartronic:
Gear set-up: Arturia Beatstep Midi into Kenton Midi Thru 5 to Waldorf Rocket, iStudio (with Xynthesizr and Alchemy running on ipad) and Volca Keys. Volca Keys sync out to Patchblocks tek.drum. Streichfett thru Mooer Micro Looper and Mooer Repeater, and Korg Kaossilator in standalone mode.
Recorder: Edirol R-1
Cam: Ricoh WG-M1

Waldorf Zarenbourg Electric Piano Demo

Published on Nov 28, 2017 DV247 Music Store UK TV

"A short demo of the beautiful Waldorf Zarenbourg Electric Piano."

Not technically a synth, but it is Waldorf, and we haven't seen many demos of it. As for Waldorf synths, I'm curious what progress we will see with the Waldorf Quantum at NAMM this year.

Sound design express #001 : Waldorf NW1

Published on Nov 27, 2017 Modularsquare

"Simple, basique : un oscillateur à tables d'ondes Waldorf NW1, un LFO en dent de scie pour contrôler un paramètre, et ça grattouille tout de suite les oreilles sans passer par une journée de post prod."

"Simple, basic: a Waldorf NW1 wavetable oscillator, a sawtooth LFO to control a parameter, and it immediately scrapes the ears without going through a

Waldorf Wave & TSi Musikmesse Flyers From 1992 &1993

Scans for the following, in via swissdoc, have been added to yesterday's post on Waldorf at at the 1992 and 1993 Musikmesses.


I believe this is the first time some, if not all, have appeared online. They include a flyer for the Waldorf Wave, a Preliminary Wave info sheet, and

Waldorf Demos with Saga's Jim Gilmour at the Frankfurt Musikmesse in 1993

Saga - Jim Gilmour Demo - Musikmesse Frankfurt 1993 Published on May 12, 2013 MadSevenFilms

"Jim Gilmour ( Saga keyboardist) in a demo at the Waldorf stand during the musikmesse in Germany.
Humble Stance, Wind Him up, Don't be late, Careful where you step, On the loose,etc ...."

Here's a blast from the past featuring a bit of Waldorf history in via swissdoc. This may very well be the only

Best Ambient Synth Shootout #45: Waldorf Blofeld - Song 1

Published on Nov 19, 2017 Christian's Sonic Spaces

"This is the first song with the Waldorf Blofeld. It's a table-top 25-voice polyphonic, 16-part multitimbral, digital synthesizer capable of wavetable synthesis and analogue modelling.

I used for the recording the following FX chain:
Blofeld - Alesis Ampliton - DigiTech Obscura - GFI System Specular Reverb 2. The used fx varied depending on

PULScar - Waldorf Pulse + OSCar DIY Hybrid by Stereoping

CBD Computer Drums - ft. SDS8,TQ-5,JX-03,K4,PULScar

Published on Nov 15, 2017 Stereoping

Note the focus of this video from Stereoping is on his midified CRB Computer Drums. What caught my attention though was his PULScar mentioned in the second paragraph below.

"Rough testsong for a midified CRB Computer Drums. The digital part or this rare drumcomputer was completely broken and ripped off to

Waldorf Microwave XT - Sounds 3

Published on Nov 13, 2017 waterdropmusic

"It's actually one bass sound that I play around with and another bass sound at the end. First bass sound has effects over it but even without effects it sounds very thick.This synth is lots of fun !!"

All parts here.

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