Anthony Rother's Waldorf M Presets

US Electro pioneer's sound bank for new wavetable synth      18/09/21

We recently shared an interview with Electro pioneer Anthony Rother - and it turns out he's done a bank of presets for the new Waldorf M Wavetable synth! The synth was unveiled at this week's Superbooth, with Bank 4 loaded up with Anthony's sounds. In the video he demos the sounds he's made and describes the experience of being a Waldorf fan:

In the year 1992, I owned a synth magazine special edition about the Waldorf WAVE Synthesizer. I read this special edition so often and kept on dreaming about this monster machine for decades. Great memories on the 90s and the beginning of my life as a musician. It was the year 2006 when my Synthesizer passioned friend Marco S. brought me together with a musician that wanted to sell his Waldorf WAVE Synthesizer. I was able to buy this great machine. I still have the WAVE and I still use this monster a lot. So why do I'm telling you this lame story? If you ever have dreamed about owning a WAVE Synthesizer I think it's now possible to come very close to a WAVE feeling with the new Waldorf "M" Synthesizer.

Anthony tells it like it is! He's a fantastic producer and these sounds can only enhance the new Waldorf M. Watch him perform on his youtube channel and support his music on bandcamp: https://anthonyrother.bandcamp.com/

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.


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