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Waldorf Largo Software Synthesiser
Waldorf have recently released their first software synth, Largo.
This new software synthesizer is based on Waldorf's Blofeld hardware synth and this month, Sound on Sound Magazine has reviewed the software.
Largo comes with 3 main oscillators, 2 sub oscillators and a noise source.
In addition there are different effects, three LFOs, a 16-slot modulation matrix and four envelopes.
Waldorf really has provided all the features that we have come to expect from a software synth through Largo.
Once finding the tone you want to work with up to four sounds can be layered (each using the features mentioned above).
These then connect to create a single sound allowing for yet more experimentation and scope for creativity.
After testing, Sound On Sound reported that Largo offers "fantastic sound quality and a great deal of programmability in a well-thought-out and well-designed package".
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Posted on 2 Nov 2009 17:43 to category : Instruments News
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