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Sound Bite: Playing with the Waldorf Rocket synthesizer arp

So I decided to start doing something kinda fun here for the site readers. As you know I’m always receiving and purchasing new gear to review for you guys.

But sometimes, due to the amount of stuff I get, it takes a while for me to get to everything.

I thought it would be fun to share some of my quick Instagram videos that I do when I’m just messing around with some of the gear so you can get an idea of what the stuff sounds like before I get to the full review, or just when sharing something that I think sounds cool.

Of course these are just quick and dirty video/audio snippets recorded on my phone,  but I thought it would be a fun way to give you a general idea of a synth, instrument, or effect and the type of sound it’s capable of.

So this sound bite is dedicated to the Waldorf Rocket synthesizer

It’s a pretty cool monophonic synth with digital oscillators, analog filter, and some cool unision/chord functions.

In this video I just did a quick run through of the arp while tweaking the cutoff and resonance

More info and full review to follow in the near future!

Make sure you follow me on Instagram for more stuff like this as well as pictures of new gear as it comes in :)

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8 Responses to “Sound Bite: Playing with the Waldorf Rocket synthesizer arp”

  1. flux302 says:

    oh sir u are a tease

  2. Thomas Greco says:

    Ya just a bit of a tease! I like that thing!

  3. Mean Gene says:

    WTF! How you gone pass a half of tic tac out and expect us to know the flavor.

  4. Thanks for the taste! You can hardly go wrong with Waldorf. I still love my micro Q.

    • saintjoe says:

      No problem man, I thought it would be cool to start doing something fun like this for the site readers :) Yeah I’m a waldorf fan, have my eyes on a few others, including the Micro Q!


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