MATRIXSYNTH: Making a Wavestate Patch

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Making a Wavestate Patch

video upload by boxoftextures

"This is all my drummer buddy's fault! LOL

Doc acquired a Wavestate, and I've always loved the original Wavestation. I even have one, but it's one of my several synthesizers that need a new display backlight, alas. But Korg came out with the Wavestate a few years ago, and they also have a software version. So I was "forced" to pick it up so I could make patches to send westward. And honestly it's amazing, capable of incredible changing textures, among many other things, of course. You can have a sequence of up to 64 samples per layer, and have them either crossfade into each other or sound discretely, and you can separately have up to 64 notes with each keypress, or just have it play the one(s) you're physically playing on the keyboard. That's per layer, and there's four of them, with a handy programmable joystick to let you fade the different layers in and out. Incredibly powerful. I have the software version, but now I'm seriously considering getting the hardware version as well.

In this video I'm making a new patch from scratch, and then I show a number of other patches I've made over the past few weeks.

E. Doctor Smith

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Korg Wavestate native

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