Waldorf nw1 Wavetable Module

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digital oscillator with the famous Wavetable technology

The Waldorf nw1 Eurorack Wavetable Synthesizer Module is Waldorf’s debut product for the popular Eurorack format.

It includes an advanced wavetable engine with independent control of spectral envelope and noisiness – exactly like the Nave.

With the nw1, the Wavetable scanning is cyclic and offers optional modulation of travel speed, position, spectrum, and a whole lot more! It works by feeding the Waldorf wavetable set from the classic Microwave and Wave synthesizers and will enrich your Eurorack modular system in to a powerful source of sound.

The nw1 sound engine allows on board creation of user wavetables via the time domain multiple fold-over analysis. All you need to do is simply connect any sound source to the nw1 and transfer audio into a wavetable. You can also use the integrated speech synthesizer to translate typed text into wavetables for endless sonic possibilities.

Wavetable synthesis is an extremely powerful sound source that is suited to producing all kinds of vivid metallic hues and digital clangourous tones, enough to make you think you may have left the Planet and have been transported to some droid futuristic landscape.

Besides Alien worlds of colour and sound the nw1 can also create organic tones with ease as well. Explore anything from bell-like timbres, to spectacular-sounding scans and atmospheres through various waveforms with truly ear-opening results.

It was almost impossible to create these kinds of sharp-edged, digital sounds back before the invention of wavetable synthesis in the late-Seventies.

The wavetable synthesizers of those days brought a whole new world of tone and colour to users that etched their way into many hit records of the time. Today, however, with Waldorfs compact and easily transportable nw1 Wavetable Module, these sounds are extremely accessible for everyone to explore, create and enjoy for the very popular Eurorack format. Sounding, all the time, just as pure, sharp and crazy as it did back all those years ago.

The Waldorf nw1 is a modern day digital masterpiece, using the best of the old knowledge combined with the best of the new to offer users an amazing experience and will promise to be a fantastic addition to any studio.

The main features of the Waldorf nw1 Eurorack Wavetable Synthesizer Module include:

  • 21st Century advanced wavetable engine
  • TE/HP: 32 (162.6mm)
  • Cyclic wavetable scanning with modulate-able position and travel speed
  • Control of spectral envelope independent of pitch
  • Adjustable periodically up to noisy reproduction
  • Classic Waldorf wavetables included
  • Integrated speech synthesizer for wavetables
  • User-recordable wavetables
  • Gate input for triggering wavetable travel and recording
  • Main 1v/Oct input with trim for pitch control
  • 3 additional CV inputs for modulation and real-time wavetable recording
  • Audio output
  • USB port with galvanic isolation for wavetable transfer and text input
  • Eurorack power connector
  • +/- 12V, 150mA
  • Powder-coated metal surface
  • 10 rotary knobs
  • 1 Wavetable select/encoder
  • 1, 2 x 7 segment display
  • 6 x 3 position switches


  • Manufacturer: Waldorf
  • TE / HP: 32
  • Depth (mm): 25
  • + 12 V (mA): 150
  • - 12 V (mA): 150
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