Wave sequencing synthesizer with 37 full sized keys
The Wavestate is an improved reiteration of the Korg Wavestation, a 1990’s wave sequencing synthesizer, which was derived from Sequential Circuits Vector Synthesis. Korg considers the Wavestate to use Wave Sequencing 2.0.
While this synth is clearly intended to ride the current popularity of ‘wave’ type synthesizers, it is important to note that Wave Sequencing is not the same thing as Wavetable Synthesis.
Kudos to Korg for using a full sized keyboard. There is no aftertouch on its keyboard, though polyphonic aftertouch is available from external MIDI, weird…
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Last edited – 1/13/2020
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