MATRIXSYNTH: KORG WAVESTATION | The Most Fascinating Soundscapes | HD DEMO

Thursday, January 14, 2016

KORG WAVESTATION | The Most Fascinating Soundscapes | HD DEMO

Published on Jan 14, 2016 AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2016 by AnalogAudio1

Demo of the KORG WAVESTATION digital synthesizer from 1990 - The Most Fascinating Soundscapes.

All sounds (including the drums) come from 1 original hardware Korg Wavestation played live, without multitrack recording, without additional effects - right from the stereo outputs of one Wavestation.

The sounds are from the following sources:

0:00 - 3:26 "Film & Textures" (Korg ROM Card)
3:26 - 4:50 "Synth & Time Slice" (Korg Card Set)
4:50 - 5:59 "Vector Athmospheres" (Sound Source ROM Card)
5:59 - 7:00 "Hybrid Synthesis Vol.1" (Sound Source ROM Card)
7:00 - end: Factory Sounds from Korg Wavestation SR

Soundwise, it is a very interesting, inspiring (preset) synth. The sounds can be very complex. Sometimes, there is too much going on in one single sound. Sometimes, you just need to press and hold one key - it already sounds great. You can almost say - the sound programmers are the actual artists, not the synth player...
To create sounds from scratch on the Wavestation, you must go through hell though.

The perfect sound source for you, if you want to make a complete horror movie soundtrack in one day :-) It also sounds very ninetees...

It was used by Jan Hammer in the movie soundtrack from "Knight Rider 2000" - a movie from 1991."

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