At a glance
- 16 voice polyphonic synthesizer
- Five different synthesis types
- New 49-key FATAR TP/8SK Semi-Weighted Keyboard
- Polyphonic Aftertouch
- Three filters with various link modes
- Gorgeous touch screen UI
- Industrial build quality
- Four CV outs, with clock and trigger input
- 40 slot mod matrix
- 4 x 4 pad grid for sequencing, chords, arps and more
- Supports Quantum patches and presets
The Waldorf Iridium Keyboard is a keyboard version of the 16-voice polyphonic synthesizer with a 49-key FATAR TP/8SK semi-weighted with polyphonic aftertouch.
The Waldorf Iridium Keyboard brings the powerful sound design capabilities of the original desktop version and adds a great deal of playability making it an ideal choice for sound designers and performers alike.
The new size of the Iridium allowed for easy access of additional functionality accessible via the additional knobs to augment the possibilities offered by the industrial-grade highly-responsive touchscreen display.
Furthermore, six freely-programmable macros offer users quick access to specific functions, further enhancing the Iridium&rsquo's performance capabilities.
Powerful, the Iridium Keyboard includes three true stereo path digital filters that cover all classic filters variants as well as digital filters as well as Comb, and Classic Waldorf High-, Band-pass and notch filters used in the Largo and Nave Soft synths. Additional effects include drive, bit crusher as well as six envelopes, six LFOs that can be routed to any destination via the Mod Matrix.
On the Back, the Iridium Keyboard boasts a wide array of connectivity that in addition to the traditional MIDI In/Out/Thru and stereo Audio output includes two audio inputs, CV inputs as well as Gates and Triggers, Clock in and out. It also features a USB connection and a USB host port that can be used for handling data exchange as well as providing additional MIDI device connections.
The Iridium Keyboard includes 1680 sounds programmed by leading sound designers including BT, Richard Devine, Matt Johnson, Mike Huckaby, Thorsten Quaeschning and many more.