MATRIXSYNTH: monstrumWave1 Waldorf MicroWave Editor



Thursday, September 19, 2013

monstrumWave1 Waldorf MicroWave Editor

"September 4, 2013

Here it is! The long awaited software editor for Waldorf's original Microwave Wavetable synthesizer. This beast of a synth needs no introduction, nor do it's (pre-existing) limitations from a programming standpoint! No longer is all the power of this amazing synth trapped inside endless menus previously accessible only through a 2 line LCD, a knob and 6 buttons...

How does 142 selection boxes, 55 sliders, 68 knobs and 47 buttons sound?

Features include: Interactive Wavetable and Startwave Visualizer, Wavetable and Waveform Editor, Edit sound names from GUI, Visual Modulator Matrix, X-Y Modulator (parameter per axis), Store, Compare and Recall sound programs all from within monstrumWave1! and many more. You can load, edit and store back to the synth any sound program, waveform or wavetable. Load wav or aif files into monstrumWave1, edit them then store them into userwaveforms for your own custom wavetables!"

You'll find it on monstrumMedia here along with dedicated editors for the MicroWave II/XT and Waldorf Rocket synths.

via the developer Rob Wentz in the comments of this post on MATRIXSYNTH-P:

"Just wanted to follow up here that monstrumWaveXT is currently a stand-alone editor, VST/AU functionality has been "downgraded" to "beta" status.

This is all because I restructured things so now monstrumWaveXT does not require any ctrlr install to work. There is a monstrumWaveXT application file for the stand-alone editor (which now has full wavetable and waveform editing and arrangement ability!) and there is a beta VST for os x and one for Windows. Development is ongoing and I'm getting a lot of great feedback from users, so the "beta" should be lifted from the name in due time.

Also on a similar note I recently released an editor -monstrumWave1 for the original Waldorf Microwave. It has all of the features monstrumWaveXT has in terms of parameter AND waveform/wavetable editing capabilities."

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