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CTRLR panel for Waldorf Microwave XT

MIDI/Sysex editor for Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk

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monstrumWaveXL or (mwaveXL) is a Lua based cross platform application which sends MIDI and sysex data to/from the Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk from either standalone mode or as a VST in your favorite DAW.

This is not a software emulator of a Waldorf synth, it is an editor for the actual synth thus requires a Waldorf microwave (xt xtk or II) synthesizer.

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Editors, MIDI

License

Simple Public License 2.0

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    Easy for use.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Framebuffer

Programming Language

C++, Lua

Registered

2011-06-19

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