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Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1987
The Additive synthesizer
Once upon a time, 'additive synthesis' was an expensive and little used option on expensive computer music systems. Now, thanks to Kawai's latest keyboard, there is an instrument dedicated to this type of synthesis. Paul Wiffen, long-time advocate of creating your own waveforms, investigates.
Review | Music Technology, Aug 1987
Expanding the "user waveform"approach of their K3 to almost full additive waveform proportions has given Kawai what they call a "multi-dimensional" synthesiser. Bob O'Donnell likes what he hears.
Review | Music Technology, Apr 1987
Real-time additive synthesis at an affordable price will become a reality when the KS hits the shops later this year. Rick Davies previews Kawai's best yet.
We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-
Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design, Vintage Instruments | Sound On Sound, Aug 1990
Martin Russ reflects on a cult phenomenon: Kawai’s K5 additive synthesizer.