New Korg sounds around the Kurve

It's those guys again      26/10/00

KurveStation: Mac, Windows compatible CDROM packed with WAV files, the sound and sample designer with a name that's a pain in the butt to type, has launched its second WAV file CD-ROM, Brian Cowell's "KurveStation". This collection is based on the vector synthesis and wave sequencing of the WaveStation, Korg's forward-thinking hit of the early 90s. 'Nobody really understood how they could integrate the sounds [of vector synthesis and wave sequencing] into their music then. But with the evolution of the many electronic genres today, only now are people realizing the power of the Korg WaveStation,' says Cowell. Fair point, Brian. 'These new WAV files from Brian show our continued commitment to offering electronic musicians the tools they need,' says Scott C. Peer, president of KurveStation is available now at and has an MSRP of only $79.95. And being WAV files, they're compatible with Mac, PC, A5000s, probably your mobile phone before long...

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