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Posted on August 9, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
This post was posted in Blog entries, Dan's Video Vault, In-Depth Reviews, Keyboards & Synths and was tagged with analogue-modelling synth, blofeld, blofeld module, matt neal, synth, synthesiser, waldorf
Posted on July 30, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
In this video, Joe talks about and demonstrates the Moog Moogerfooger MF-108M Cluster Flux - an analogue chorus and flanger pedal for use with pretty much any instrument you like! In this video, Joe uses it with an arpeggiated sound from a Waldorf Blofeld keyboard.
This post was posted in Blog entries, Dan's Video Vault, Guitars, Keyboards & Synths and was tagged with analogue effect, analogue effect pedal, analogue pedal, blofeld, blofeld keyboard, chorus pedal, cluster flux, flanger pedal, mf-108m, moog, Moogerfooger, waldorf
Posted on October 11, 2010 by Joe Stachowiak
This review kindly written by Tony Long. You can read more reviews like this, along with Tony's productions at his personal site -> Tony Long Music
INTRODUCTION TO THE WALDORF BLOFELD
Despite its small size and price the Waldorf Blofeld synthesizer module, I am told has an extremely powerful synth engine. The German powerhouse company Waldorf sadly folded in 2004, perhaps now they are back they are ready to "take over the world" with their supervillan three-oscillator synth which has undergone a few OS updates and bug fixes since its release in 2008.