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Thread Comments about the news item: Waldorf unveils the Rocket Synth

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Banshee in Avalon

Banshee in Avalon

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1 Posted on 02/22/2013 at 09:21:00
While everybody is waiting for Pulse 2, Waldorf surprises us with the new Rocket synth, which includes an arpeggiator.

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2 Posted on 02/22/2013 at 17:25:27
Hmmmm..! Exact same color schema as the anticipated Pulse 2. The Rocket pdf User Manual is actually posted at Waldorf-Music.de with last page dated December 2012. I am thinking this will be able to work either on it's own or in tangent with the Pulse 2. THIS would explain how the anticipated ALL analog Pulse 2 is to reach up to 8 paraphonic voices.
Love the analog VCF Input, as could run Q-Rack through. The user manual also states there's a hidden LFO with Rocket that's controllable via mod wheel on controller keyboard.

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