Waldorf Streichfett


Waldorf Streichfett is a string synthesizer designed by the German company Waldorf Music. It is a hybrid instrument that combines the features of a string synthesizer and a vocoder. It has two oscillators, two filters, two envelopes, and two LFOs. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a step sequencer. It has been used by artists such as Depeche Mode, The Prodigy, and Aphex Twin.

The Streichfett works by combining two oscillators to create a sound that is similar to a string ensemble. The two oscillators can be used to create a wide range of sounds, from lush strings to aggressive leads. The two filters allow for further sound shaping, and the two envelopes and two LFOs provide additional modulation options. The built-in arpeggiator and step sequencer allow for complex patterns and rhythms. The Streichfett also has a built-in vocoder, which can be used to create robotic-sounding vocal effects.

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