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- Great for sound exploration
- Very powerful and easy to use
- A little expensive
- Interface is not as intuitive as other products
- Sound quality is great
Korg WAVESTATE // Review and full tutorial // Wave sequencing and Vector synthesis explained
I use this one. It's about 19 bucks I'll link to it in the description. Another little quibble, there's no undo
Sonic LAB - Korg Wavestate Review
Now, as I say, it's only firmware one. So I imagine there's going to be a little bit of evolution on this, because it's all about the firmware, because this is a digital synth, but anyway Korg wave state. Thank you very much for watching, see you next time: [ Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ],
Warehouse techno on molly- Joost from Amsterdam
Thank you Korg that you made the Wavestate. People told me it has a steep learning curve, but while owning it for only 24 hours, I was already capable of using it to support my DJ set. And I can't even play piano.
I've had both of the WaveStation/EX keys, and also the A/D. This beats all of them hands down. The capabilities are just amazing. Compared to the older siblings, the WaveState is much easier to program. So there is a bit of menu diving, but considering the sheer amount of options there are, it would...