– OS: Windows 10 64bit* or higher (latest update) * 32bit environment is not supported.
– CPU: Intel Core i5 or better (Core i7 or better recommended)
– Memory: 8 GB RAM (16 GB or more recommended)
– Storage: 8 GB free disk space (SSD recommended)
– Others: An internet connection is required
– Plug-ins: VST, AAX (Supported 64bit plug-ins only)
– Operability confirmed DAW software* (latest version)
Ableton Live 11 / Cubase Pro 11 / Digital Performer 10 / Studio One 5 / FL Studio 20 / Reason 11 / ProTools 2021
Reborn through software
Wave Sequence Synthesizer WAVESTATION
Released in 1990, the WAVESTATION is a synthesizer with an advanced vector synthesis system that could create new sounds by combining and connecting multiple waveforms. Using unique features such as using a joystick to mix and morph four oscillators, a wave sequence function that could arrange waveforms in sequences to form rhythm or melody sequences patterns, it continues to be a legendary and irreplaceable instrument to this day,
The KORG Collection WAVESTATION V2 is an upgrade of the WAVESTATION software from 2004 and has been refined for modern production environments. We added the much requested high-resolution and scalable interface. The preset sounds include all 1,500 programs, including those from the expansion ROM cards, giving the famous WAVESTATION sounds through the latest software as a plug-in.
A complete reproduction of the advanced vector synthesis system
The WAVE STATION was the first synthesizer that enabled wave sequencing. A wave sequence cross-fades a variety of waveforms, smoothly connecting these waveforms to let you play them. The WAVE STATION differs most greatly from other synthesizers in how it lets you freely design and play wave sequences. When you create a patch using multiple oscillators, the WAVE STATION lets you use vector synthesis to freely configure how the sound is modulated.
In the KORG Collection WAVESTATION providing the sounds from all PCM memories of the WAVESTATION. The new iWAVESTATION also reproduces in software every detail of each parameter. For the hardware, we analyzed the circuit diagrams of the original design, and completely replicated the circuitry in software down to the last detail. Engineers with an exhaustive knowledge of the WAVESTATION made careful adjustments in order to obtain the sound of the original instrument, something that cannot be obtained simply by sampling the original sounds.