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Waldorf Largo Synth Available

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The Largo softsynth from Waldorf Synthesizers GmbH in Germany is now available at authorized MV Pro Audio dealers in the U.S. and Canada.

The new synth is presented as “the culmination of two decades of Waldorf’s trend-setting technological achievements, ” and features the company’s virtual analog/wavetable synthesis engine housed in a graphic user interface designed to make programming sounds both easy and intuitive

With a collection of classic Waldorf wavetables, multiple oscillators (including sub oscillators), dual multi-mode filters, a deep modulation matrix, on-board effects, and the unmistakably Waldorfian “clever” arpeggiator, Largo offers “sophisticated timbral possibilities for computer-based musicians.”

Nearly all of Largo’s parameters can be automated via the host DAW software, and each patch can contain up to four layers, with each and every parameter — including effects and arpeggiation — independently programmable per layer, according to Waldorf.

Pricing
Largo, which has a street price under $250, runs on Mac and PC and is designed for use with VST- and AU-compatible host DAWS.


For more information, visit their web site at waldorfmusic.de/en/home.
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