Waldorf has announced the Streichfett Keyboard (STVC), a brand-new string synthesizer and vocoder. They say that this model takes Waldorf's Streichfett String Synthesizer, popular for its unique vintage-styled strings, and adds a tremendous amount of new features, taking the Streichfett engine to new levels of performability and sonic diversity.
James Sajeva, Director of Music Technology Brands at Korg, USA, Inc. told us, "The Streichfett module has long been admired for its amazing sound quality, flexibility, and simplicity in the creation and exploration of synthesized strings, as well as many other textures. This all-new full-size keyboard version, with even more power and features, is a very exciting and unique addition to the Waldorf line!"
Here's more details in Waldorf's own words...
The STVC is an all-new keyboard, featuring a full 49 velocity sensitive keys with aftertouch, pitch bend and mod wheel in a full metal case, with a gorgeous OLED display. The display helps users access the 126 programmable patches in three banks, something all-new just for the Streichfett Keyboard.
In addition to the engine enhancements, the STVC adds an all-new Vocoder function to the Streichfett. Housed in the same durable chassis, the Vocoder features excellent speech intelligibility, with freeze mode, a fully polyphonic carrier, gender modification, morphing, and effects like phaser and reverb.
The STVC will make its world-wide debut at WNAMM 2018 at the Korg USA booth, Hall B, #8802.
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