Synth Jam: Waldorf Rocket And Moog Sub 37

Amazing what you can do with one finger      09/06/15

Buying Choices

Whilst here shooting the Korg Littlebits Synth Pro Kit review (published last week) Gaz showed us the Waldorf Rocket - which has a "Launch" button - this essentially is just a single note trigger for previewing sounds. But with a bit of creative knob-tweaking its possible to transform that sound quite dramatically. Particularly interesting when combined with the arpeggiator and chord generator.

Not one to be left out, I fired up the Moog Sub 37 - which we also reviewed late last year, plugged both into the Behringer X-Air 18 mixer - which provided a couple of effects - one reverb and a delay.

Clearly as a piece of music and performance, its not going to be nominated for any awards, we had to leave the cameras on auto switching  as I was in shot, which can be a bit, er random. But a thoroughly enjoyable experience which we thought we'd share.


 

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