WNAMM09: Waldorf Blofeld Keyboard and Largo Vi

60MB Sample ram? Yes Please      30/01/09

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Okay, so this isn't new news, just an actual look at the synth in question. We all knew it was coming, but it was just a matter of when, that when is now. Shipping imminently as yer man says in the video the Blofeld Keyboard offers " the same powerful synthesizer engine as its desktop counterpart in a sleek housing with a great 4-octave keyboard, wheels MIDI In and Out, Sustain pedal connector and 60 MB sample memory." You can also retrofit the RAM upgrade to your trusty Blofeld desktop too, for a mere $149. Also announced was the Largo virtual instrument, offering the same powerful synthesizer engine as found in the Waldorf Q-, MicroQ- and Blofeld-synthesizers. With three oscillators, two with sub osc, band pass, high pass, low pass and notch filters with 12 dB and 24 dB slope. Available soon in VSTi and Audio Units
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The Guvnor    Said...

The Largo looks great. I don't think I believe that it is coming in '30-60 days' though, if it all there is on the website is the spec sheet & no sound demos :O(

Anyone else out there have more information?

30-Jan-09 08:31 AM


Ted    Said...

Any word on when Waldorf is releasing the Goldfinger? It's rumored to be the first all-analog poly synth that "models" digital wavetables via analog FM.

30-Jan-09 12:36 PM


dok whammo    Said...

oh thats already out - i got one here on my desk

it also makes coffee and fetches your slippers

30-Jan-09 05:56 PM


Benedict Johnson    Said...

I bet it weighs a ton - it's the same indestructible adamantium top-plate as on the desktop model.

Fargo was a great movie. You don't hear that funny accent much in American cinema, which I think is a rare miss, those guys are really wasting one of their most valuable assets. You know that suitcase is really out there somewhere, buried to this day?

05-Apr-09 11:51 AM


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