Synth Site: Waldorf: Pulse: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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david k a professional user from Montreal, CANADA writes:
Beutiful! Think of it as a Multimoog + Minimoog + amazing MIDI/Mod implimentation. The Modulation matrix makes this synth perfect for the performing musician,

Theres also a really nice PC editor/Librarian available here: http://www.tandu.de/files/p32vbr.zip Dont forget to register it free here: http://www.tandu.de/register.htm Recommended to anyone who's looking for a 21st century minimoog (at a third of the cost!)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-09-1999 at 13:45
Jon Hayes a hobbyist user from England writes:
I bought a pulse two days ago for 279 pounds at Sound Control in Bristol. Pretty good price! I love the MIDI control this beast has. Doesn't sound as dirty as I expected for a true analogue I expected the overdrive at the mixer section to be more obvious. The random program no. 100 is very useful, all sorts of weird scary stuff appears. Had lots of fun with the arpeggiator changing parameters on the fly with a Kenton control Freak. My only gripe is that the adaptor had a two pin European plug on it which wouldn't plug into the mains here in England (had to buy an adaptor). Well worth the money for a REAL synthesizer with a soul (not a virtual one)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-08-1999 at 06:17
Stephen a professional user from Middlesbrough, England. writes:
Oh god this is bass heaven.........turn that orange knob baby and feel the music! Oh yes.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-04-1999 at 08:55
zarch a professional user from australia writes:
Just to clear up some things . Pulse plus has midi to cv converter that needs to be set properly or the unit converts phantom cv to midi resulting in random notes . If the unit hard resets itself (say after being switched off for 3 months) it may revert back to old cv gate settings . 2nd this is not a minimoog. It is a very 90's monosynth made from 90's ICs . It is fat and chunky but not quite as smooth or round as a old moog . However it is alot more reliable and alot quieter and more accurate . Plus is worth shelling out for simply for filter in which is brilliant even if you have filter in on everything else anyway because the pulse filter is definetly something very very special .Leads , bass , pads , blips , beeps , kicks all rule but It cant do acid very well . Get a bassstation for 303 madness and your in modern analog heaven .

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-18-1999 at 02:58
Roc Bass a professional user from USA home of Systematic writes:
i purchased a pulse for a low price (499.99 green backs) and it's well worth it. Some presets are okay but most need work. Some sounds tend to repeat but if their usable, edit one and save the other. The filter is too nice. A goodsynth to give your tracks some balls, that is, if you can't shell out for a Nord lead. The only other bang for the buck synth in this range is the Yamaha An1x. My only problem is some presets are set at lower volumes then others so watch your speakers.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-09-1999 at 15:05
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