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Waldorf Electronics Microwave

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
Synthesiser Module

From the ashes of the classic PPG Wave synthesisers rises the Microwave - a synth expander that combines the unique qualities of PPG's wavetables with late '80s technology. Cooking with Simon Trask.

Waldorf Microwave

Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1989

The PPG Wave was one of the most powerful synths of the early Eighties, but it died a death along with so many other dinosaurs. Now its particular method of wavetable synthesis lives again in an entirely new rack expander, which combines the best of the Wave's original audio architecture with full MIDI control. Paul Ireson learns how to cook better sounds, faster.

Wave Hello

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1991
Waldorf Sound Cards 1-3

The first three cards in the Waldorf Microwave sound library, reviewed by Paul Ireson.



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