Waldorf The Waldorf Edition

$99.00

VST and Audio Uniit plug-in pack. Contains the following plug-ins: PPG Wave 2.V, Attack and D-Pole.

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Waldorf

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Waldorf The Waldorf Edition

Plug-In Suite

Three masterpieces in one edition.

The Waldorf Attack is one of the most powerful and beloved drum synthesizers. The PPG Wave 2.V is the authentic reproduction of the legendary PPG Wave 2.3. The D-Pole is the famous Waldorf Filter. What do you get when this is packed into one box? Pure creativity! Now also for Intel Macs and as AudioUnits.

Three of the best-selling synthesizer and effect plug-ins, updated and optimized for the latest VST and AudioUnit host applications.

The Waldorf Edition features the famous and award-winning PPG Wave 2.V, Attack and D-Pole plug-ins as VST and AudioUnit variants for your latest Windows XP (32bit) or Mac OS X computers.

The Macintosh versions are Universal Binaries allowing you to run them on the latest Macintosh computers with Intel processors.

The Waldorf Edition contains the following plug-ins:

PPG Wave 2.V

PPG Wave 2.V is the reincarnation of a cult, which started back in 1982 and continues its life in modern Macintosh and Windows computers.

Attack

The Attack is a percussion synthesizer with a powerful virtual-analog synth engine. It seamlessly integrates the sound of the 80’s analog classics and the ambitious electronic club drums of the 90’s into the virtual instrument hosts of the 21st century. The Attack generates all its sounds in real time, giving you the freedom to alter all parameters directly.

D-Pole

The D-Pole is a musically versatile Filter Plug-In which offers the same powerful capabilities as the hardware equivalent. Now nothing prevents you from filtering your voice with no less than 5 filter types. Morph a simple acoustic drum loop into a biting groovy dance rhythm using the tempo-synchronizable LFO. Overdrive the signal up to +52dB. Get the vintage ring-modulated sound for really wild experiments and send it through the stereo delay, or reduce the sample rate of the signal until you only hear bleeps and clicks.