Paolo Apollo Negri is considered one of the finest Hammond organ players throughout the world, but his love for synthesizers has grown stronger and stronger in his live sects and studio works with The Link Quartet, Wicked Minds, Black Widow, Low Fidelity Jet-Set Orchestra and many others, as well as during his solo career. His last release, “Cobol”, is a synthesizer wonderland, where Waldorf Blofeld Keyboard, with its different type of synthesis, plays a central role, creating spacey landscapes, evocative intros and old fashioned polyphonic analog solos.
SampleRobot 4 is the name of Blofeld’s new accomplice. Creating multisamples for Blofeld has never been easier with the help of SampleRobot, as it automatically samples existing instruments. It saves all samples as WAV and assignment information in XML format, ready to be transferred into Blofeld using Spectre.
Deep in the subterranean Waldorf Laboratories, Waldorf’s scientists have finally discovered the finish that delivers the best sound. They almost had forgot about them when they resurfaced and proudly presented the result of their almost endless struggle to find the ideal material: Neither Mauve nor Lavender nor Ochre result in optimal sound, but a special electron absorbing coating in deep black.
What’s that we are seeing on the Waldorf website? Waldorf is announcing special editons of the Blofeld desktop and keyboard synhtesizer. In stylish black!
The little villain has grown up and is now available. Waldorf announced that the Blofeld Keyboard is shipping with a price tag of only 879 Euro.
Waldorf shows us more on the Blofeld synthesizer.