Synth Site: Waldorf: Pulse: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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salon21 a part-time user from austria writes:

Three Oscillators with variable waveforms Oscillator 1, frequency range from 2Hz to 8.5kHz pulse with variable pulse width saw triangle Oscillator 2, frequency range from 2Hz to 8.5kHz pulse with variable pulse width saw triangle cross modulation (pulse waveform that is xor-ed with oscillator 3) sync to oscillator 3 Oscillator 3, frequency range from 2Hz to 4.25kHz pulse saw triangle New Waldorf 24 dB lowpass filter with resonance up to self-oscillation, frequency range 25Hz to 35kHz. 100 programs, divided into 59 ROM presets, 40 user programs and one random sound Two envelopes each with selectable trigger modes Two LFOs LFO1 tri sin saw pulse sample&hold LFO2 tri delay parameter LFO frequency range from 0.008 Hz up to 261 Hz internal Arpeggiator tempo from 50bpm to 300bpm note values from 1/1 dotted, 1/1 tuplet, 1/1, 1/2 dotted, 1/2 tuplet ... to 1/32 note 16 predefined rhythm patterns four arpeggio modes, each with ascending note assignment or manual note assignment depending on the incoming note order up down alternating random (only one assignment mode) 10 octave maximum range (automatic repetition) hold function All parameter changes sent/received as MIDI controller Four routable modulation units with adjustable source, amount and destination 16 modulation sources: off LFO1 LFO1 * Modwheel LFO1 * Aftertouch LFO2 LFO2 * Envelope Envelope 1 Envelope 2 Velocity Keytrack Pitch follow Pitchbend Modwheel Aftertouch Breath Control Control X 16 modulation destinations: Pitch Osc1 Pitch Osc2 Pitch Osc2 Pitch Osc1 Pulsewidth Osc2 Pulsewidth Osc1 Level Osc2 Level Osc3 Level Noise Level Cutoff Resonance Volume Panning LFO1 Speed Mod1 Amount Large 3 x 7 segment LED display six knobs and four buttons for convenient editing 19" 2HE Rackmount Stereo Line out MIDI In/Out/Thru External 12V DC Power supply

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-07-2000 at 12:30
LexFactor a professional user from Miami, FL - USA writes:
I have a Waldorf Pulse, Studio Electronics ATC-1, and a Juno 106. i must say that the Pulse definitely has a character all its own. it was the first "analog" synth I ever had. I thought it was the end all be all of analog. I was disappointed because it wasn't the classic Minimoog sound. But after a while and after aquiring fatter, smoother synths, I now appreciate it immensely. The pulse has a sharp bright filter that cuts great in a mix. Also. it has great sparkly type synth effects. And after a long while, i finnally got an 808/Arp booooom type patch out of it. Thick and heavy. and for $500 USD, you don't get more character in a little box than the Pulse.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-28-2000 at 00:33
sCaNhEaD a professional user from England writes:
CoolcolJ was the Pulse to high tec for you to program since your into the OLD sound? Sure the MiniMoog can produce some phat sounds but does me no use to have old sounds in my track. But let's be honest here, Australians aren't great, good, or even pretty good to produce Electronic music. Australians are just as bad as the Americans behind synthesizers. Enjoy your old toys, your one of those musicians that doesn't move on with time or ahead of time, your always behind.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-27-2000 at 22:37
Basshead a part-time user from BassLand writes:
....what is he smokin?......Pulse is THE killer bass synth. Creams them all!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-27-2000 at 22:07
CoolColJ from Australia writes:
Pulse lacks character, too clean and sterile sounding. German synths always sound like this for some reason ;) US analog stuff has the balls and character. Pulse definitely ain't no Minimoog. Juno106 has more bottom end.


Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-27-2000 at 21:01
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