Waldorf Micro Q Omega

Waldorf Micro Q Omega

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Micro Q Omega, Analog Modeling Synth Rack/Sound Module from Waldorf in the Micro Q series.

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Waldorf Micro Q Omega tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Waldorf
  • Model: Micro Q Omega
  • Series: Micro Q
  • Category: Analog Modeling Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 07/08/2008

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Waldorf Micro Q Omega user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Value For Money :
fifty seb02/02/2007

fifty seb's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Waldorf Micro Q Omega
4 outputs called right hand + left + sub sub 1 + 2
routing the LFO, the ocsillateurs offers enormous possibilities
3 lfo 1 LFO which can change the speed of the 2nd and ca c is excellent !!!
the ability to slow down the start of the LFO, which is really good especially for subs
otherwise the rest is explained in other reviews


Is the general configuration is simple?

yes, it is simple in early May to the end I still discovering tips + d after 1 year of use
therefore c is not too easy either! there what s care

never used the app

Is the manual clear and sufficient? ... No


The sound is excellent for those who like this particular grain
I love me !!!!
there is way to leads, basses, even the drum kit and it sounds analog


I think that there are synthesizers that works better now but the value for money is excellent and more, prices fall;
I recommend it highly, c is a machine that I put longtemp to choose and jesuis glad my choi,
I have it pay 350 euro in 2004 and c was a good affair !!!
I sold it to buy a redsquare but it's a good machine

ypotek's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Waldorf Micro Q Omega
300 single programs
100 multi programs
20 drummaps
6 potentiomtres endless
16 struts ddition
Display of 2 x 20 characters
6 analog outputs (3 outputs Stereo)
2 analog inputs (1 input Stereo)
MIDI In / Out / Thru
Color: teal
For voice:
Until 75 votes
Up to 5 Oscillators per voice:
- Pulse with modulation depth of the pulsation
- Sawtooth
- Triangle
- Sinusodale
- 2 donde table with 128 waves and suboscillateur by alt-wave
Gnrateur noise
Ring Modulator
Mixer with Balance, each signal source can be Libra (oscillator, noise, RingMod, external audio hardware) individually between filter 1 and filter 2
2 Filters, DIFFERENT types. All include FM and distortion
- Low Pass (12dB/24dB)
- Bandpass (12dB/24dB)
- High Pass (12dB/24dB)
- Notch (12dB/24dB)
- Comb Filter (feedback ngatif / positive)
Modulation Matrix with 16 slots, freely routable
Destinations Pr-routing of modulation, sources selectable
4 Modifiers
Arpgiateur with the use of motifs including accents, timing information, swing ...
3 LFOs up until the audible range
Two individual effects of high quality by simple program, up to 5 effects in total Mutimode
4 envelopes and configuration lADSR amliore
Deffet Types: Chorus / Flanger / Phaser / Distortion / Delay / FX 5 / Vocoder and more ....


I did not quite Enkor bent over to say ke is easy, but it is also not death)


Trs good the few pure ke I used


Good rack
I'll come qd I operate a little more, because right now I sequence with a korg em1 I dc limit only three sounds at the same tps

sk1t's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Waldorf Micro Q Omega
Many of the key features particles have been already listed.
Note the 3 independent stereo outputs, a rare synth at this price.
3 banks of 99 sounds, 20 drumkits a bank, a bank of 99 multis
Never used the PC utility, but it is available on the website Waldorf


The config is rather simple, even if it requires a lot of manipulations to navigate from one setting to another (the machine has four arrows and 4 pottards for editing).
Editing sounds is very good, complete, but the editing of effects is a nightmare for me, because of the independent effects of routing routing the patch.
The manual is clear but has some shortcomings, swift addressed by manipulating the beast.
Even if we get to the menu navigation, the organization of these menus is very logical.


The sound!
CSOs are well thought out (3, 2 of which can be used in wavetable, 2 subs).
The modulation possibilities are complete (see other reviews), including FM, PWM, plus a modulation matrix that can independently modulate 16 parameters ...

The filters are good, we have 2 filters per instrument (LP, HP, BP, Notch and Comb), plus ADSR ...

I have difficulty with the effects, I use the machine in multiplayer mode, and the routing of FX is a bit unusual, in fact (ie we can assign only the first 8 individual FX instruments a multi, the FX1 is independent of the route on which it applies ...) I finally understood not yet to use the effects in an optimal way.

I use it for various prods, whether for good bass on the electrodub, the lead, tablecloths completions through modulation crazy ... on the other hand I have a little hard to get out on sounds more "light" genres bells, pianos, etc ...


I use it for three months, and I love the sound, ease of access to editing parameters once the matrix grip ...
I bought this synth without trying, simply on the reputation waldorf, in addition to a Kstation I found too "clean" and it was the right choice.

I bought € 410 in Germany, nine, and Waldorf is "reborn" (it's not very pretty in French), which reconvened last ...
I do it again this choice with his eyes closed, I grew a lot thanks to this synthesis in micro Q.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Waldorf Micro Q Omega
See below ...
It is the version Reduces (but few) of Q (we suspected it right?)

This is an incredibly lightweight rack, and takes up little space, trs short. The red knob is very nice, it's like Christmas every day N'mpche but it is convenient.


I find it fairly simple to use gnral, a rose can travel on the menus, and endless knobs to change the parameter. If you want to go further, there is always the edit, but then the tiny screen (you get used to large now) is not very comfortable, but all the same use.

Ergonomics is not badly made, a is not a virus or Nordlead, but OK. The manual is well done (in German / English c everything, but readable).


The sounds have a very special grain. The arpges I was not mad but the ground, and lead are stupfiants and the possibility of crushing. It sounds cold, but it is a finely crafted electronic cold, it sounds very analog in any case, with lots of little default in the sound, a sound quite dirty, the diffrent Nordlead (warmer but cleaner ) or the virus.

The factory sounds are quite Ingala, but it is very easy to make the sounds, or by downloading on the net (the site of Waldorf is full of good sounds, there are more that do his march.

(I rarely put 10 here, I put 9 because this synth has so much personality it's sometimes difficult to get out of waldorf style)


I have a few months, but I have looked on it as rcemment (I gave the bone day and got in the ballad sound banks gratos the net).

I have a Nordlead and viruses, the Waldorf compltent well. But the virus indigo (the B) remains my prfr then waldorf Nordlead and then. The ratio quality price is right. I mostly background music, and industrial atmosphrique, waldorf and suits me perfectly, I think I even find a secondhand one microwave, I heard the most good!

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