Free Anthony Rother Sounds for Waldorf Synths

US 64 Iridum & Quantum sounds plus an interview      18/03/23

Free Anthony Rother Sounds for Waldorf Synths


Waldorf have just released a free set of sounds for their Iridum and Quantum synths, made by Electro visionary Anthony Rother. Head over to the Waldorf site to get your hands on them for free! We were pleased to speak to Anthony last year about his career, you can read the full interview here. He's also been interviewed by Waldorf (linked below). More details about the his signature sound set:

Anthony Rother is an influential visionary, an electro pioneer and one of electronic music's most prolific producers. For more than two decades Rother aggregated a vast musical canon that reflects his unique career as a sound researcher exploring the aesthetics far beyond the boundaries of electro, techno and pop music.

For Waldorf Music he sat down at his Iridium Keyboard and exclusively designed 64 signature sounds using the vast palette of possibilities of the instruments sound engine which we are proud to share with all Iridium and Quantum owners free of charge.

Get the free Signature Sounds here https://waldorfmusic.com/produkt/soundset-anthony-rother-signature-sounds/

Read his interview with Waldorf: https://waldorfmusic.com/anthony-rother-interview/

 

 

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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