NAMM 2020: Korg Wavestate - 4 Part Sample Based Synth With WaveSequencing

64 stereo voices, modelled filters, FX and sequencing      07/01/20

Korg describe their new Wavestate as a natural evolution of the original Wavestation, which got a lot more development through their OASYS  and KRONOS instruments and now has become "the next step in digital synthesis".

Wavestate represents an evolution of digital synthesis and more specifically Wave-sequencing 2.0 - a technology first seen in the WaveStation keyboard - originally designed by a Korg team led by Dave Smith. The new Wavestate features massively expanded sample RAM, polyphony and other features for some complex synthesis.

We got to take a look and listen with Luke at Korg HQ in the UK

Pricing to be announced..

Highlights

  • Wave Sequencing 2.0
  • Extensive modulation with hands-on control
  • Gigabytes of samples
  • Modeled filters, including MS-20 and Polysix
  • 64 stereo voices•4 Layers with Vector control
  • 14 simultaneous effects
  • Set Lists and Smooth Sound Transitions
  • Randomization
  • Compact. Great design. 37 full-size keys.
  • Designed by Korg R&D in California

 

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