The engine inside the heavy-duty metal chassis of the Blofeld delivers the fat and rich sound so many Waldorf users love when they play their Pulse, Q, Q+, Micro Q, Microwave, Microwave II/XT, o... Click To Read More About This Product
The engine inside the heavy-duty metal chassis of the Blofeld delivers the fat and rich sound so many Waldorf users love when they play their Pulse, Q, Q+, Micro Q, Microwave, Microwave II/XT, or even the flagship Wave. The Blofeld not only produces warm, organic analog sounds known from the Q synthesizer line, it also has a wavetable engine like its predecessors with "Wave" in their names.
This unique synthesis system is based upon the revolutionary PPG Wave synthesizers of the early 80s. So when you listen to the Blofeld for the first time, you will instantly recognize those edgy, hard-hitting and bell-like timbres that have been an integral part of so many world hits from the PPG era on, and become increasingly popular once more.
This complex technology all resides in a slim and elegant device that can sit inconspicuously on your desk while issuing the Waldorf sounds you love. All for a price no one would have imagined a couple of years ago.
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Comments about Waldorf Blofeld Module:
A great little synth with lots of features, 3-osc, many LFO's, complex routing possibilities, wavetables, ability to load samples (with a $100 add-on), etc etc. Plus it sounds great.
I would recommend with enthusiasm, but this thing crashes *all the time*. A quick google search reveals that this is a widespread problem. Waldorf just released a new firmware (1.24), and to be honest I think it has made it worse.