monstrumMedia has released version 2.95 of its monstrumWaveXT editor plugin for the Waldorf Microwave II, XT and XTk.
Newly added features include selective randomization with the ability to lock/unlock sections (LFO1, OSC2, Wave Env, etc) for randomization, Waveform Shapers for additive and subtractive waveform synthesis, save and load waveform from file and many more.
Changes in monstrumWaveXT v2.95
Selective parameter randomizer which allows you to lock/unlock sections (LFO1, Wave2, Free Env, etc.) for randomization.
Generate then print or mix Waveform Shapers.
Shift waveform amplitude.
Limit positive/negative amplitude.
Negate waveform amplitude.
Negate waveform time.
Save/Load waveform to binary file.
Implemented several feature requests and bug fixes.
monstrumWaveXT is available to purchase for $79 USD.
monstrumMedia has launched monstrumRocket, a software editor for the Waldorf Rocket synthesizer.
This software editor gives you *every controllable parameter on the synth in addition to a few others only accessible via MIDI. In addition to all the parameters you have access to on the actual Rocket, this editor also gives you a hold button, Vibrato Modulator, Local on/off, reset all, all notes off, MIDI panic as well as an xy surface to modulate two parameters at once.
And if that’s not enough, an added feature to this editor gives you the ability to store and load programs to and from your computer’s hard drive. This is a massive feature add for this synth which otherwise has no assignable memory and no way to save or load sounds you design.
monstrumRocket for Windows, Mac and Linux is available to purchase for $9.99 USD.
Waldorf has released Nave, a next generation wavetable syntheser for iOS.
Waldorf’s Nave advanced wavetable synthesizer for iPad.
Nave is the first Waldorf synthesizer for the iPad. With its vivid user interface, Nave invites you to explore and play the extensive factory set that covers more than 500 exceptional sounds. For those who want to dive deeper into synthesis, Nave offers tremendous potential and serves as a professional tool for sound creation.
The wavetable synthesis, known from numerous Waldorf products, has been extended with many new exciting functions. Besides brand new wavetables that make extensive use of the enhanced possibilities, all factory wavetables from Microwave, Wave and Blofeld are of course included. Two more innovative features are the option to create wavetables, either by the internal speech synthesizer or from analyzing imported audio files. Furthermore, by stretching, rotating, and shifting in the spectral domain, Nave allows wavetables to be refined or distorted.
In addition to the wavetables and a filter featuring the familiar classic Waldorf sound, Nave offers the novel Überwave module that can fatten your sound by utilising up to eight extra virtual analog oscillators.
We are proud that we were able to inspire some highly acclaimed sound designers who, by supplying their personality, know-how and enthusiasm, contributed significantly to the new and exciting sound of Nave.
Nave for iPad is available for a 5-day introductory price of 10.99 EUR/$11.99 USD (regular 17.99 EUR/$19.99 USD).
Beat Magazine has announced the release of Orbit, a sample pack featuring 290 MB of samples from the Rocket synthesizer by Waldorf.
Pulse waves and saw are the strengths of the new Waldorf rocket. It is self-explanatory that our new Collectors-pack features classic rave chords, creaky basses, brilliant leads as well as creative sounds. Altogether 30 patches, carefully processed for our SFZ player Zampler.
The sound library counts 290 MB and gives you everything you need to start the Rocket.
The Orbit pack is a free download for Beat Facebook fans.