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monstrumWave 2.5, Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk editor NOW AVAILABLE
      #1006346 - 30/08/12 08:17 PM

monstrumMedia proudly announces monstrumWave 2.5 Final, available now from for $39.99!

monstrumWave 2.5 is a cross-platform (Win/Mac/Linux) fully featured standalone and VST/AU MIDI/Sysex editor for the Waldorf Microwave II, XT and XTk synthesizers.

If you just want some info or are interested in beta testing the features to the next 3.0 update including a fully featured, interactive wavetable editor, or the upcoming editor for the waldorf pulse, pulse+, pulse 2 or other projects, check in at

Here are four demonstration videos showing monstrumWave 2.5 in action!

monstrumWave 2.5 Demo - Arpeggiator + Mod Matrix:

monstrumWave 2.5 Demo - Wave Envelope + Modulation Matrix:

monstrumWave 2.5 Demo - use within FLstudio:

monstrumWave 2.5 Demo - Arpeggiator + Analog In:


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Re: monstrumWave 2.5, Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk editor NOW AVAILABLE new [Re: mSepsis]
      #1039784 - 25/03/13 05:31 PM
monstrumWave 2.9 is available now! 
[modern Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk standalone editor]

Complete with Wavetable and Waveform editor!

Works as a stand-alone editor for mac os (leopard - mt lion), windows (xp-8) and on linux [using wine and a Linux qualified USB/FW MIDI interface]. - 23,423 lines of code for only $66.6.

This project has gained massive support from customers since it was initially released as an official product in August of 2012. Customers had faith that I'd deliver on the waveform/wavetable editor. After a period of solid beta-testing from current customers this next revision is prepared for release with still no end in site to future feature adds which all monstrumWave customers receive for free - yep, buy monstrumWave and all future updates come to you at no charge. 

Now.. you say you want an editor like this for the original all analog Waldorf Microwave? Ok, sure! Stay tuned... 

Robert P. Wentz 
Monstrum Media    |   Music, Sound & Software Design, Chicago / San Francisco    |

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