Create animated, evolving patches with the trig sequencer. Each layer has its own trig pattern that can be played in sync with the tempo or stepped through for each new note played.
Think of each of the four layer as a separate sample player, with separate multi mode filter, envelope, effect settings, pan and level.
Sample set selector
Select one of Layers’ built in sample set for this layer.
Each layer has its own multi mode filter with LP24, LP18, LP12, BP and HP modes.
Set which effects you want to apply to this layer.
Pan, Envelope and volume for this layer.
These settings are per layer and you select the layer you want to edit with the button in the edit section.
Fine tune or create intervals.
Create strums arpeggios or buildups with the individual trig delay setting for each layer.
Set the envelope curve for the active layer’s filter envelope.
The insert effects (Distortion and Flanger) are separate for each layer.
Set pan modulation from LFO or velocity.
Set amp modulation from LFO, Control Wheel or velocity.
Delay and Reverb
The send effects are global and available for all Layers as send effects.
Glue the sound together with the built-in compressor
The Waldorf Wave premiered in the early 90s as the most advanced wavetable synthesizer to date.
Despite its deep synthesis features, it was remarkably easy to use with its generous offering of knobs, buttons and faders to tweak just about every parameter it had to offer. A truly digital instrument, it still featured a set of analog filters that gave it a warmer sound than what is normally associated with Wavetable instruments. And people loved it. It was found in many well-funded studios of the era since the initial price was close to $10 000. The list of users include a roster of the 90s big electronic producerts: Depeche Mode, Björk, Leftfield, The Orb, Hans Zimmer and many more.
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