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Studiologic presents at NAMM 2012 its new Sledge synth integrating Waldorf modelling technology.

Studiologic has worked with Waldorf to design Sledge, using the company’s DSP engine for modelling. Besides the classic analogue synthesizer waveforms, you will find a set of Wavetables, derived from the PPG Wave.

Specifications:
• 32 Pots  
• 3 chicken head rotary switches (7 positions)
• 1 rotary encoder with push function 
• 2 × 16 digits backlit LCD
• Pitch and Mod Wheel 
• up to 256 Sounds 
• sound selection via numeric keypad 
• 2 LFOs per voice, each with adjustable Speed and Depth
• 1 extra modulation routing for Mod Wheel, with adjustable Speed and Depth 
- Shape: Sawtooth, Rectangular, Triangle, Sine, Sample & Hold, Ramp 
- Destination: Osc 1, Osc2, Ocs3, PWM / Wave / FM, Volume, Filter Cutoff  
• Monophonic mode with single or multiple trigger  
• 3 Oscillators per voice 
- Range from 64' to 1' each 
- Shapes: Sawtooth, Square, Triangle, Sine, Pulse (with Pulse Width Modulation) 
- Oscillator 1 with 66 Original PPG Wavetables  
• Frequency Modulation of sine and triangle 
• Oscillator Hardsync (Osc 2 to Osc 3)  
• Noise Generator with selectable white and pink noise  
• Mixer with Volume and On/Off switch for each Oscillator and Noise  
• 1 Multi Mode Filter per voice  
- 24 / 12dB 
- Lowpass 
- Highpass 
- Bandpass 
- Resonance up to Self-Oscillation and beyond 
- Adjustable Keytrack and Drive  
• 2 fast Envelopes per voice (filter / amplifier)  
• Powerful Arpeggiator 
- Latch mode 
- syncable to MIDI Clock 
- Direction Up, Down, Alternate 
- Range up to 10 Octaves  
• 2 simultaneuous Effects
- Effect 1: Chorus / Phaser / Flanger 
- Effect 2: Reverb / Delay  
• enclosure under 10 kg
• 5 octaves Fatar TP 9 keyboard  
• Master Volume Control

• Power Switch

• Stereo line output 
• Headphone output 
• Expression pedal input 
• MIDI in and out 
• USB connector for MIDI in / out 
- uses standard USB MIDI driver provided by host computer OS 
- Windows ME minimum, Windows XP or newer recommended 
- Mac OS X 10.2 minimum, Mac OS X 10.3 or newer recommended 
• Built in power supply

 

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