Waldorf Pulse 2 opinions (looks like it's not appreciated)

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Re: Waldorf Pulse 2 opinions (looks like it's not appreciate

Postby pflosi » Tue Sep 01, 2015 1:34 pm

Thanks for digging that up mate, the manual doesn't really mention anything (or I was too stupid to find it). That's a sweet bonus. Consulting the manual, I also realized it can do hz/v as well as s-triggers, fixed transpositions (i.e., a variable offset) on the CV out and other CV than pitch (EG, LFO). Pretty cool.
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Re: Waldorf Pulse 2 opinions (looks like it's not appreciate

Postby HalloweenJack » Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:08 pm

Thank you Stalfosia and moodorf for your comments and for pointing out some "critical" aspects (moodorf, even though no, I'm not buying it for paraphony, I already have poly synths I'm very happy with, no need for an analog poly)..I will be testina the Pulse nesta saturday and I keep in mind al your suggestions and opinions, I will let you know mi decision...
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