The Waldorf Edition Software Synthesizer Plug-In features three widely popular synthesizer and effects plug-ins optimized for VST and AudioUnit host applications. Edition includes the famous PPG Wave 2.V digital wavetable synthesizer, the Attack Percussion synthesizer and the D-Pole Filter plug-in. Together, they offer a versatile group of synthesizers, which afford maximum flexibility and creativity when working on synth sounds in your VST and AudioUnit host application.
PPG Wave 2.V offers the ability to sweep through 64 waveforms in 32 wavetables. This means that almost 2000 waveforms are available within the 32 wavetables, which affords a wide range and diverse palette to choose from. Edition brings this functionality back for your integrated software production environment - such as Cubase. In PPG Wave 2.V the outputs appear directly in the VST mixer and effects may be applied just like any other audio channel. Plus, MIDI tracks are routed directly to the inputs, which eliminates any annoying MIDI cables and interfaces. It's this combination of old software with the new, which makes the PPG Wave 2.V come to life.
Attack Percussion features a virtual analog sound synthesizer with 36 drum kits that offer 24 percussion sounds per kit, which is an astounding 850+ sounds available. The software can play polyphonic bass and lead sounds. Plus, with up to 64 voices per instance, you'll be able to layer and create truly interesting synthesizer beats. Attack also offers two delay effects with modulation, which can be synchronized to tempo. There are six stereo outputs and all parameters are addressable via MIDI controller or host automation. Attack offers two oscillators with nine waveforms each and you can choose frequency modulation, ring modulation or "crack" modulation for authentic hand claps. It even features six filter types and overdrive up to 52 dB+.
D-Pole is a musically versatile filter plug-in that offers the same options as its hardware counterpart. It features a filter module with 0 to over 17,000 Hz frequency range and five filter types with a selectable 12 dB or 24 dB slope. The amplifier module offers overdrive up to 52 dB, volume, panning and delay mixing. Plus, there's an LFO module that affords speeds up to over 7000 Hz, which are syncable to tempo and/or audio. The module features sinus, triangle and saw shapes as well. D-Pole is equipped with and envelope and delay module. The envelope module features adjustable decay rate and positive/negative filter cut-off. With the delay, you can integrate feedback up to 100% and delay time up to 2000 ms. There's a damping feature as well. The D-Pole oscillator module features ring modulation and three shapes with frequency up over 700 Hz.