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King Korg and the Wave Monster!

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1990
Korg Wavestation

Korg's new Wavestation is a direct descendant of Sequential's long-gone vs synthesizer, but as Paul Ireson discovers, it has plenty of new tricks up its sleeve to complement the old ones.

Korg Wavestation

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1990

Taking onboard the "Vector" synthesis of the Prophet VS, Korg's latest synth offers a fresh approach to modern synthesis. Simon Trask previews Korg's latest synth.

Korg Wavestation

Review | Music Technology, Sep 1990
Advanced Vector Synthesiser

In their days at the top, Sequential pioneered an exciting form of sound generation called Vector Synthesis. Simon Trask witnesses its revival in Korg's Wavestation.

SoundFoundation Producer Series Gold Card No. 2

Review | Music Technology, Aug 1993
for the Korg Wavestation

Get a taste of this new gold blend for the Korg Wavestation

Voice Crystal Sound Cards

Review | Sound On Sound, Jul 1992
For The Korg Wavestation

Paul Ireson listens in to new Wavestation sounds from Voice Crystal.

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The Synth Is Dead: Long Live The Synth

Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Oct 1992

With the predominance of the workstation synth, and the rise and rise of essentially preset instruments, what has become of the 'traditional' synthesizer? Paul Hazel turns the spotlight on Roland's JD800 and Korg's Wavestation, two recent instruments which answer the question — but in very different ways.



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