MATRIXSYNTH: New Waldorf Kyra SE Limited Edition Seablue Synthesizer

Monday, November 14, 2022

New Waldorf Kyra SE Limited Edition Seablue Synthesizer

Priced at £1,598 which comes out to roughly 1,820 Euro and $1,879 USD.

Details and pics (click on the images for the full size shots):

virtual- analog desktop synthesizer

- 128-voice virtual analog synth with 8 parts

- two primary virtual oscillator groups per voice (Saw, Pulse, Noise and Wave with 4.096 waveforms)

- 2 independently tunable SUB oscillators with four waveforms and two selectable octaves

- hard sync, ring modulation and FM between oscillator groups 1 and 2 possible

- 3 LFOs with 128 waveforms

- LFOs can be synchronized to MIDI clock

- Arpeggiator with 128 preset patterns and the modes Up, Down, Random and Chords

- 2 filters with 12 or 24 dB each configurable as LP/BP/HP

- 3 fast responding ADSR envelope generators

- Memory: 26 banks with 128 memory slots each, bank 1-7 can be used to store your own sounds

- audio interface transmits all 8 parts (16 tracks) with up to 24bit/96kHz

- 256x64 pixel OLED

- connectors: 8x 6.3 mm balanced jack outputs, stereo headphone output, 5-pin DIN MIDI In/Out/Thru, USB 2.0 for MIDI and audio

- Dimensions (WDH): 440 x 305 x 85 mm

- Weight: 5.7 kg

- suitable case: Art. 506224 (not included)


  1. the price you posted for british pounds is correct, but it's cheaper in dollars and euros. also it's made in europe so that price is probably the base price. if you imagine the british pound is the base price then your numbers will be wrong.

    1. You have that backwards, Anonymous. The Pound is worth more than the Dollar or Euro so it takes more of them to equal a pound. Go to and check the conversion rate.

  2. not for much longer, haha! brexit jokes aside, save yourself further embarassment and go check the price list online. things are more expensive in britain, you get what you vote for.


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