MATRIXSYNTH: Multitimbral synths - layering complex voices with Waldorf MicroQ

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Multitimbral synths - layering complex voices with Waldorf MicroQ


Published on Apr 8, 2017 NONsynth

"Using the Waldorf MicroQ to answer the question - what good is a multitimbral synth anyway?

This answer is: layering complex voices.

A multitimbral synth like the Waldorf MicroQ/Blofeld, Access Virus, KingKorg, etc, gives the option of stacking voices to create patches that are complex but still sound cohesive, coming from the a single synth."

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