Monday, April 21, 2008

Waldorf Nano CME

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"The Waldorf Nano SynCard is a plug-in sound expansion module designed for use with CME UF MIDI keyboard controllers. The Nano SynCard provides 24-note polyphony and contains over 1,000 classic Waldorf MicroQ synth sounds. It easily installs into the back panel of CME's UF Series keyboards. It is unique in that it is the only product on the market that allows a controller keyboard to be turned into a full-on synthesizer, complete with real-time control.

Up to two Nano SynCards can be installed in each keyboard and independently controlled via the CME's front panel knobs and sliders. When two cards are present, splits and layers can also be created. The cards feature left, right, and stereo (headphone) audio outputs; power is supplied by the CME controller. The 1,000 sounds include a wide assortment of trademark Waldorf basses, solo tones, pads, percussion, and effects."

1 comment:

  1. I think Yamaha distributes and markets CME boards, seems kind of hush tho. They make a board with motorized faders as well. Might be pretty cool to get one with those waldorf cards in it and the motorized faders, then it could possibly be the only synth with motorized faders on it too??? I'd like to see a demo of that.



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