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Waldorf Rocket Review

While we impatiently waited over a year for the Pulse 2, this small module named Rocket came out offering us an open sound buffet in early 2013. Fire it up! Read more…
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  • Amazing value for money

    Waldorf RocketPublished on 01/28/14 at 01:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No keyboard there is a sound module in a nice square box black / green screen printing, the most beautiful effect
    11 knobs, 8 switches is simple. Full audio connectors in and out mono, MIDI, USB (which feeds the machine)
    1 VCO, 1VCF (LP, BP and HP), 1 VCA always in simplicity
    LFO 1 / Arpegiatteur
    no effect
    2 waveforms + waves in Waldorf

    Monaural but thanks to a tip there is a mode that generates pseudo-polyphonic 8 channels at the same time, ideal for trance agreement

    UTILIZATION

    We can use simpler
    We choose the wave or wave form, we detune + / -, we glide + / -
    you open the filter (cutoff) is damn him potato resonnance + / - boost, adjusting the envelope tracking
    ......
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    No keyboard there is a sound module in a nice square box black / green screen printing, the most beautiful effect
    11 knobs, 8 switches is simple. Full audio connectors in and out mono, MIDI, USB (which feeds the machine)
    1 VCO, 1VCF (LP, BP and HP), 1 VCA always in simplicity
    LFO 1 / Arpegiatteur
    no effect
    2 waveforms + waves in Waldorf

    Monaural but thanks to a tip there is a mode that generates pseudo-polyphonic 8 channels at the same time, ideal for trance agreement

    UTILIZATION

    We can use simpler
    We choose the wave or wave form, we detune + / -, we glide + / -
    you open the filter (cutoff) is damn him potato resonnance + / - boost, adjusting the envelope tracking
    elongating + / - the decay, it is off or sustain and release

    and go

    you have to adjust everything, add an LFO to pitch, filter

    you can even play nice pre defined arpegg

    manual està once entertaining, clear and instructive for beginners

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are excellent, pêchus a desire to lead or bass, soft cloths for pseudo polyphony
    in 3 minutes you spend prophet 5 to Moog Taurus

    Effect: missing
    Aftertouch: is your keyboard command

    OVERALL OPINION

    I week
    I had the Phatty on Minitaur, a MS10 (which I sold)
    I have a Microbrute and BassStation II

    Rocket surpasses the first and adapts royally with the second that I have no regrets for anything (Moog and MS10 of course)

    I love the feel of the interface and it allows rapid creation
    The small downside is the sustain and release only on, off

    and then as I said in the title is amazing value for money I paid € 215 took a quarter of the Phatty, a third of Minitaur for a machine that, in my opinion, is entirely up to the 2 bécannes whose name is clearly paying .....
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  • Anonymous

    playful Machine

    Waldorf RocketPublished on 10/13/13 at 14:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    analog module with its filter. digital signal.
    controlled under live with a master keyboard to sound electro

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, with many possibilities in customizing sounds.
    color very modern stamp. kraftwerk of 2013 .... what
    very easy to handle.

    SOUNDS

    suitable for the electronica or the experimental noise.
    very effective in terms of dynamics.
    if you want realism go your way, but the synthetic big personality.
    the bass is very fat, with a small plastic side near the Minitaur ... and the leads are very acute. Its strong point is the oscillator wave filter. A test before buying.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have it for a week. bought in Montreal. j hesitated with......
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    analog module with its filter. digital signal.
    controlled under live with a master keyboard to sound electro

    UTILIZATION

    super simple, with many possibilities in customizing sounds.
    color very modern stamp. kraftwerk of 2013 .... what
    very easy to handle.

    SOUNDS

    suitable for the electronica or the experimental noise.
    very effective in terms of dynamics.
    if you want realism go your way, but the synthetic big personality.
    the bass is very fat, with a small plastic side near the Minitaur ... and the leads are very acute. Its strong point is the oscillator wave filter. A test before buying.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have it for a week. bought in Montreal. j hesitated with Minitaur to complete my set up already consists of two analog synth (MiniBrute, 10 ms) with live in the background.
    I preferred to have the Minitaur as the sounds are less "seen, heard" ... the Minitaur is fine, but too present in large production. So if you want to be creative and that the search is a very personal sound, it is a good tool to have on the elbow, compact and not very expensive. thus ideal complement to a mininova or a MiniBrute.
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