You are looking at a completely analog synthesizer that accurately delivers what synthesizer enthusiasts around the world truly crave. Pulse 2 is the reincarnation of it’s legendary ancestor, the Waldorf Pulse, that dominated the electronic music of the 90s.
Three analog oscillators in combination with a true analog cascading filter is what Pulse and Pulse 2 have in common. But we didn’t stop there. The filter circuits now also offer Highpass and Bandpass modes. We added analog Filter FM and Ring Modulation along with paraphonic modes that allow up to eight voice chords.
Like the Blofeld Synthesizer, the Pulse 2 is housed in a sturdy metal desktop case. Besides its large LCD display, 8 stainless steel knobs are available to surf through its clearly arrayed parameter matrix, set master volume and edit display accessible parameters.
Pulse 2 Analog Monophonic Synthesizer
3 analog oscillators + 1 noise generator
Pulse width modulation
Filter FM from Oscillator 3
Ring Modulation from Oscillator 3
XOR Osc Mode
8/4 Voice Paraphonic modes
24dB/12db Lowpass, 12db Highpass/Bandpass filter modes
8-slot Modulation Matrix
External analog signal input
Stereo line out
Backwards compatible with classic Pulse
128×64 character backlit LCD
8 stainless steel knobs
500 Sound Programs
Electron-absorbing black case
Wow! Two new analog synths @ NAMM! What a year! Aliens and Mayan be damned! Now lets hope this little piggy makes it to market unlike a few of Waldorf’s other products.