When it comes to creating big, bold synthesizer sounds fast, the Waldorf Rocket is well-equipped. Compared to some synthesizers it may look like Rocket has very few controls, but it actually just gives you straightforward access to the most fundamental aspects of synthesis. It's a perfect addition to your drum machine, keyboard synthesizer, or sequencing software, and very easy to tweak with one hand while you're playing a controller with the other.
Perfect for leads, bass, and percussion
Want a soaring lead sound? Leave 'em both on and you're already on your way. Want really tight bass? Turn off the release and turn down the decay a bit. Want to create synth-percussion sounds? Turn Sustain and Release off, and fine-tune the decay. It's not that you can't create the same sounds without Rocket's straightforward controls, it's just very easy and fast to go from inspiration to actual sound creation.
External input for filtering external audio
You've got access to the Waldorf Rocket's analog filter section via an external input and output. You can do this in conjunction with the sounds created in the Rocket, or turn Rocket's oscillators off and just use the filter section and envelope modulation.
Waldorf Rocket Synthesizer Module Features:
Monophonic synthesizer module with USB and MIDI I/O, and external filter input
Two basic oscillator shapes, with variable waveshaping and pulse-width modulation
Unison mode creates up to eight voices that can be detuned or played as chords
Minimal control set makes it easy to create sounds from scratch fast
Built-in arpeggiator with preset patterns
LFO with three different wave shapes and speed control
"Launch" button triggers sound with a C3 Note On message, for creating sounds without a controller/sequencer
USB for control via software sequencer, and for saving sound data
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