Synth Site: Waldorf: Pulse: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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clud butt a part time user from GOOD OLE' U S OF AYE! writes:
if somebody who doesnt have a concept of this synths full potential uses it on a recording (Madonna, aphex twin, ect.), boy can you ever hear it a mile away! the great thing about this synth is that you can make it sound like just about anything you want if you know what you are doing. the actual sound quality is very very rich (in comparison to an OB - MX.) the sounds are bright with out being annoying and deep with out being muddy. they included all of the basics in the modulation matrix, which gives you enough flexibilty that (when used creatively) allows for some very interesting combinations. professionally designed with the musician in mind.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:17
Josh m a professional user from USA writes:
I was sold the first time i played it. Everybody's right about the phat power this thing has. It has fat and warm lows, smooth and clear mids, and tingy metallic crystal analog highs that we all love soo much. THis module is a real kick in the ballz on some patches and can be a smooth as silk on others. THe circuitry is solid and reliable. The interface is easy and very user-firendly. Everything is right out in front of you and the realtime controls are fast and responsive. ITs everything you always wanted in a mono synth, 3 osc's, modular, and everything is midi controlable, (i use my z1 x/y controler on my korg z1) its fun and very expressive. I have the plus.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:17
F. a part time user from usa writes:
this company really excells in every way. great products and great customer support. sorry, eye cant complain.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:17
Robert Rada a professional user from USA writes:
I think everyone has pretty much said what can be said. You can't go wrong with this sweet baby jesus. I got it from a friend for $200...and boy do I feel sorry for him. I thought that a monophonic synth wouldn't cut it, boy was I surprised at what this thing can do! If you've been doing this for a long time, I assume you could get a certain sound if you wanted it. Me, I'm kind of a virgin at this, so I pretty much experiment to find any cool sounds I can get. The LFO's, Oscillators (3), Arp, Arpeggio, Mods, etc. are very straight forward. I've spent about and hour on it, and I know it from back to front (just not the sounds I'm gonna get). I doubt I'll have to worry about a new synth for a long time (this is sorta my first one). If you have efx, you've got something great on your hands. I use the effects board on my VS-880: Brite Gate and Reverse Gate sound awesome with the Pulse. If you don't have an analog type synth that does sound modulation, want one, and find this at a good used price, buy it. I assume something like the Superbasstation might have the upperhand, but I don't think anyone's selling one of those for $200. El Cisco Ked

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:17
Rising a hobbyist user from Germany writes:
You need Bass ??? - You need a Waldorf Pulse :-) It's so fat - you just can't describe!!!!! I don't know how Music has been made without this synth !

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:17
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