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  • Waldorf MicroWave 2Published on 02/13/10 at 11:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Wavetable synthesis (the synthesis is not true of modlisation)
    with 2 osc (wavetable, square, triangle or saw)
    fm for the first osc
    syncro
    ring modulator
    noise
    Controls the diver Paramtres for audio rendering especially in aliasing
    Rson a multimode filter with 13 modes DIFFERENT (24db LP, Lp 12db, 24db LP, BP 12db, 12db HP, Sin (X)-LP, WaveShapr, Dual L / BP, FM-Filter, S & H-L12db, 24dbNotch, 12dbNotch, Band Stop) phew! The Yadji what he hack:)
    1 filter 2 mode 6db 6db LP or HP but rsonance.
    2 LFO very full (sine, triangle, square, saw, random, S & H) with speed, syn midi, delay, and Humanize symmetry that allows for random image changes on the LFO speed.
    Enwrapping 4,......
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    Wavetable synthesis (the synthesis is not true of modlisation)
    with 2 osc (wavetable, square, triangle or saw)
    fm for the first osc
    syncro
    ring modulator
    noise
    Controls the diver Paramtres for audio rendering especially in aliasing
    Rson a multimode filter with 13 modes DIFFERENT (24db LP, Lp 12db, 24db LP, BP 12db, 12db HP, Sin (X)-LP, WaveShapr, Dual L / BP, FM-Filter, S & H-L12db, 24dbNotch, 12dbNotch, Band Stop) phew! The Yadji what he hack:)
    1 filter 2 mode 6db 6db LP or HP but rsonance.
    2 LFO very full (sine, triangle, square, saw, random, S & H) with speed, syn midi, delay, and Humanize symmetry that allows for random image changes on the LFO speed.
    Enwrapping 4, 2 ADSR for filter and amplitude, 1 free 8 segments and a shell call wavenv with 16 segment that we can put in a loop:)
    2 + 1 chorus effects section with a choice Chorus Flanger1, Flanger2, AutoWahLP, AutoWahBP, Overdrive, Amp. Mod, Delay, Pan Delay, Mod Delay.
    An arpeggiator which is more raproche mini analogue sequencer:)
    Of course portamento and glide very well built.
    with dual mode (it plays the sound with a 2xfois dtune) or unison mode synthesis plays on the 10 channels at the same time also with a detune (perfect for the sounds of Trance)
    And highlight the Modulation Matrix (Matrix Mod for short) and you can modulate everything with anything, no worries!
    MIDI-c 'is the classic IN & OUT trhu.
    4 Output Audio 2xstro or 4xMono or 1xstro & 2xmono you see.
    8 part multitimbral.
    10 channels polyphony.
    on the other hand no headphone jack.
    The pramplis output are real analog so prvoir 5 minutes to heat.
    4 rotary knobs for parameter contrl DIFFERENT Cutoff parameter rsonance in fact what you want:)

    UTILIZATION

    For those who know the synths really no major worries for another time how jobs can be useful for some function a little sharp.
    Navigation is easy unremarkable.
    Point the knob negatives are not linear, which means that if you turn the knob too quickly you jump from 0100, injury.
    The effect is not indispenssable better use of external effects like most of the synths.
    Http://www.soundtower.com/ the site you can have a very useful program which not only allows you to program the Microwave 2 but also to those CRER own waveforms and these tables wave and it just really extra.

    SOUNDS

    To forget the sounds the piano or paper clips that is not done.
    on the other hand to everything else that's really great that is synthtique at all, it goes from clean sounds to sound good distorted.
    Lead of Analog and Low Fm, tablecloths numrique of nbuleuse noisy, you can do everything including sound very original.
    With a sound that can be grainy, soft, mtallique c is very large, but will you get your hands a little dirty because the factory sounds that way.
    Convientautant for Jazz, Rock, Funk, and above all music lctroniques.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Many possibillity noise level,
    Microwave2 and the best of the series Microwave XT 1.2 and I got three, I keep is that the sound is better MW2 Dfine pchu more than others.
    So for those looking for a synthetic used to have both sound like classical sounds really original
    that it is for you.
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