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Waldorf Kyra Synthesizer Has Over 3000 Wavetables, 1280 Oscillators. Here's What It Sounds Like.
Hollin Jones on Mon, January 28th 1 comments
This monster synth from Waldorf could be one of the biggest we've ever heard in terms of its power and feature set. We got a chance to demo it at NAMM 2019.

KYRA is a 128 voice, 10 oscillator-per-voice virtual analogue synthesizer. It’s 8 part multi-timbral and the oscillators are in two groups of 5 for a total of 1280 actual oscillators. It's an absolute monster of a synth, and even lets you recreate some of the classic Waldorf synth sounds that we know and love. We got a hands-on tour of the synth at NAMM 2019, which you can check out here!

Other features:

  • Over 3000 wavetables to select from and they are oversampled by the FPGA engine with no aliasing
  • Hypersaw mode which sets all oscillators to sawtooth with spread and detuning
  • 3 LFO’s per part that run wavetable shapes
  • Dual analogue modelled ladder filters that can be used separately or together
  • 3 envelope generators - one for the filter, one for the amplifier
  • A 9-algorithm 6-part DSP effects section
  • 6-slot modulation matrix with 3 destinations for each source
  • Arpeggiator
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  • Hadibay
    Sounds like is a more appropriate link than the one given here… (Although, they’ve yet to post about the Kyra.)
    • 3 years ago
    • By: Hadibay
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