Back in the late '70s, synthesists desperately tried replicating strings, failed miserably, and came up with many of the most iconic synth sounds of all time. The Waldorf Streichfett synth string module delivers this same kind of sound in a way few of us at Sweetwater have seen in decades, and it's absolutely astonishing. From solo sounds to massive layered ensembles, the Streichfett gives you an impressive range of tone and character, while onboard effects give you unlimited freedom to explore your creativity. And with both MIDI and USB connectivity, integrating a Waldorf Streichfett into you rig is a piece of cake.
...Piano (c. 1912) Gretsch G. Love Edition Electromatic Corvette Hagstrom Swede Shure SM58 Blackstar ID:15 amp LoneWolf FX Necronomicon Annihilation Machine LoneWolf FX Insider Bass Station II Waldorf Streichfett Hohner Blues Band Harmonica Electro-Harmonix V256 Vocoder TC Electronic Triple Flashback Delay Slide Whistle (just out of view, in the cubby) Snoopy Jaw Harp (just out of view, in the cubby) Korg D888 digital mixer/recorder Synthstrom Deluge MPC1000 Steinberg UR44 Kenton Midi Thru-5 Statikstramentz...
This may be the one instance where Behr's version of a classic keyboard actually requires a keyboard to be a proper clone. It also punches three markets in the gut simultaneously: Roland Boutique VP-03 Vintage Stringers in general Waldorf Streichfett which is pretty much the only digital stringer hardware of note
...Micron - (I have never had one, had the Ion) another cheap VA synth with a very nice sound Waldorf Streichfett - cheap and quite versatile Kurzweil K2500 - they are so inexpensive these days... lovely synth with sampling Korg ER-1 drum machine - cheap, versatile, unique
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