My Blofeld I acquired after that compared what is available out there on the market today. I came to the conclusion that Blofeld was one of the most cost effective synthesizers available on the market today.
It can be broadly comparable to the Waldorf Q but it has a bit more “digital” character.
• 25 voices maximum polyphony
• 16 parts multitimbral
• 3 oscillators per voice
• Waveforms – All Q Oscillator models: sine, saw, triangle, square with PWM; 68 digital wavetables from Microwave II/XT/XTK
• 3 LFOs per voice with square, sine, saw, triangle, S&H, random with delay and fade in/out
• Modulation Matrix with 16 Slots
• 2 Filters per voice: Low pass, High pass, Band pass, Notch, Comb; 12 or 24 dB/oct modes
• 4 Envelopes per voice, ADSR, AD1S1D2S2R, One Shot, Loopable
• 2 Effect units with Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Overdrive, Decimator, Delay, Reverb
• Programmable 16 steps arpeggiator, Up, Down, Alt Up, Alt Down, Random
• 1,024 sounds, 128 multi sets
• MIDI IN and USB
Here is a sound example:
Link to a Youtube clip I did briefly when I tested my Blofeld: