Synth Site: Waldorf: Microwave: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Wade Van Orman a part-time user from United States writes:
I purchased my Microwave in 1991, knowing I could never afford the PPG Wave synths but wanting the unique wavetable sounds. It's been in my collection of vintage synthesizers for fourteen years, and I will not let it go. I'm still surprised by the depth and sheer beauty of its sounds; the Microwave is a sound designer's delight, and if anyone reading this review has an opportunity to buy one, by all means do it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-28-2005 at 18:47
chizmo a professional user from USA writes:
I used to have a MW2 and eventually sold it. I thought it was a little weak. Recently I bought a MW1, and believe me when I say that there is no comparison! The MW1 being analog really does sound different. Much fatter and has that "random" analog character. I liken it to a super jupiter combined with an FM engine (for that digital clanginess) that does wave sequencing. Definitely a keeper.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-08-2005 at 01:12
Francesco P. a professional user from Italy writes:
I love this synth! It has a great punchy sound..great bass,leads,pads,digital-analog strange sounds machine. I own even a MWxt and I love them both but MW1 has a stronger character than MW2 or MWxt..real analog power!! analog metallic beast..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jul-25-2004 at 10:02
albert ring from uk writes:
fear the microwave.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-07-2003 at 13:21
George K. Kempson a professional user from Bangor, North Wales, U.K. writes:
I only got my Microwave a few months ago, a collegue gave it to me while i was visiting his studio, he said he bought it new 10 years ago but hadnt really used it for a few years. Anyway, he told me to take it home and play around with it, so i did...wow!, nice synth. It didnt take long to start making wicked soundz, i got the performance & programming manuals with it. A brilliant peice of kit, iv'e already used it on a production for a T.V. ad, & it wont be long before it gets used again. Anyone know of any tricks to use on it?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-28-2003 at 13:37
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