More Superbooth 21 goodness: this time, Waldorf is introducing M, a new hardware wavetable synthesizer that recreates the synthesis and sounds of the legendary Microwave synthesizers. The original microwave rack synthesizer is still extremely popular today and is in high demand on the used market.
Following several leaks in recent times, Waldorf has finally revealed their all-digital desktop version of their flagship synthesiser Quantum, named the Iridium. While being housed in the desktop format, it’s more like a new synthesiser with small but subtle differences to the Quantum. The Iridium
Something that is little known and doesn’t seem to receive the attention it should (at least in my opinion anyway) is Maschine’s ability to control hardware synths right from the controller. Native Instruments has created stacks of presets from different synth manufactures all with pre-mapped
Combining digital and analogue components, through necessity or sonic exploration, has resulted in some of the most interesting and unique instruments within the fairly short history of synthesisers. Analogue components in the ‘70s had sonic capabilities that were limited in scope and expanding on that