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Waldorf Blofeld
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Waldorf Blofeld
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Deathkillaz Deathkillaz
Published on 11/03/09 at 10:05
Small rack whose characteristics are available on the website of Waldorff

USE

The configuration is very comfortable given the number of effective controls grace and generous screen printing screen. But obviously, with so few buttons, the edition is less comfortable than an instrument where each function has its controller.
The manual is clear.

SONORITS

The factory proposs sounds rather "lightweight" but by creating its own presets, you can go out pretty phat sounds.
The possibilities offertent by routing modulations, 4 envelopes, operators etc make huge possibilts in terms of sound design.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for over a year. Regarding the power of Blofeld, I am fully satisfied. However, it is now suffering from a problem knob (infinite): one of the four main knobs "jump" alatoirement and very quickly when rotated. The instrument as still under warranty, it will go back bientt service after sale.
The quality-price ratio is very good.
With the experience, especially after purchasing a Andromeda A6, I'm not on the choice again, however, I do not regret my purchase.
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