This video from NAMM 2015 demonstrates the Waldorf NW1 eurorack wavetable modulator. The narrator shows various sound effects produced by the table, including text to speech, for example, changing speeds and going in reverse. There is a mode called Step, to allow the user to build effects sound step by step. It includes 8MB of Flash memory. Users can attach it to a computer to transfer information either way, or record right onto the module and create right within the wavetable. It will cost around $500 and will be available later this year.
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Dennis FoleySeptember 4, 2019
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