More and more synthesizer enthusiasts recognize the Eurorack as a huge playground for sound design. Collecting sound modules is like a “fun addiction” where the musician can precisely customize his setup as he goes along without spending a huge amount of money all at once. It’s a system that can grow over time into a massively versatile and totally flexible musical instrument.
The Waldorf developers came up with a keyboard that is both intuitive for the beginner and versatile for the professional. And it’s just as solid and elegant as all our instruments that we build here at Waldorf in Germany.
kb37 is a compact and rugged performance instrument. It can house up to 100 HP of modules in its conveniently angled panel that sits right on top of the super high-quality Fatar TP9 keyboard.
With its high-resolution and temperature stable 16-bit CV interface, it provides extremely flexible control for your modules. MIDI channels are programmable, making the kb37 the perfect partner for both studio and stage.
It provides perfect connectivity to all your modules to serve both the player and the sound designer’s desires with an array of real-time control elements such as pitch and mod wheels. The professional, full-sized 37-note keybed transmits velocity and aftertouch.
kb37 is compact and easy to transport just like any synthesizer keyboard to add style and reliability to your performing rig.
Keyboard & controllers
- Fatar TP9 37-keys keyboard with aftertouch
- Pitchbend wheel
- Modulation wheel
- Selectable note priority
- Octave up/down switch
- Gate retrigger
- Width: 545mm?/?107 HP
- Eurorack compatible bus
- Bus CV & Gate linkable to CV interface via jumpers
- Built-in regulated power-supply (+12V/-12V, 1.5A)
- 8 CV outputs
- 3 user-assignable MIDI controllers
- 3 Trigger outputs
- Clock & Reset outputs for MIDI sync