Der Largo hat "Q"- und "Blofeld"-Blut in seinen Adern


Auch neu: der Largo von Waldorf. Die deutsche Firma war mit Hardware auf den Markt zurückgekehrt und liefert nun einen Softsynth, der sich die Technik und Algorithmen des Q und des Blofeld zu Nutzen macht. Erste Details:

Largo offers three fat oscillators, two of them with sub oscillators. These oscillators include models of classic analog waveforms as well as a selection of waves from the PPG and Waldorf Wave stored in two Wavetables. All these run through two Waldorf multimode filters with steep cutoff, resonance up to self-oscillation and a drive stage to add even more punch and grainyness to the sound. Ultra-fast envelope generators and flexible LFOs as well as an easy to understand, yet extremely versatile modulation matrix make for a sound designer’s dream.

The filters have always been a core part of any Waldorf instrument. With outstanding expertise in both analog and digital synthesis, our developers took utmost care in developing the filters. And you can hear a significant difference when working with a Waldorf filter – they just sound right! Use the comb filters for plucked, stringed or blown sounds. Band pass, high pass, low pass and notch filters are all available with 12 dB and 24 dB slope. All of them sound extremely accurate and add pure sonic quality to the sound of your music.

Largo contains a flexible arpeggiator with 16 freely programmable steps as known from the exclusive Q synthesizer line plus an array of high quality effects such as Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Overdrive, Delay and Reverb.

Für Mac und PC in allen amtlichen Formaten. Preise und Verfügbarkeit stehen nicht nicht fest. Auch nei bei Waldorf: Die Keyboard-Version des Blofeld

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