Synth Site: Korg: Wavestation Synthesizer: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Nick Chan a part-time user from MAlaysia writes:
what more could one say? 24bit DACs. SUPER CRYSTAL CLEAR SOUND. You'll get high-end sounds, unlike XP30 or S30 or N5 etc.. I don't think this board could be a complete acoutic bread and butter sound gear, BUT the acoustic sounds in it are great!! The strings are sooooooooo wonderful it beats the shitz out of Alesis QCard's. Wonderfull synth brass, horns, tines. of course, Mind blowing pads. I play the preset 'Bow Strings' a lot. Definitely a keeper. the performance mode is ahead of its time (and ahead of quite many today's gear.)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-16-2001 at 06:16
William Kurniadi a professional user from Indonesia, Jakarta writes:
I own 3 types of this synth, The original/EX/SR, may be will buy the A/D too one day. I use it together with Korg Trinity Pro/Wavedrum/iX300, Roland JV1080, E-mu Morpheus/Sampler and Yamaha QY70, etc,...Really can't be apart from it, specially with those banks collection which is really put it on the steroid, I really love this synth, it's my all time favorite,...I'm looking to buy Waldorf MicrowaveXT tho, can't wait what will happen if this two scream together,...ANYONE HAVE ANY PCM CARDS FOR EX/SR PLEASE MAIL ME, THANKS! This is one of the most wonderful synth on earth,.....all time,....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-21-2000 at 00:08
the noise a part-time user from london writes:
I've had one for a good few years and it is initially hard to get sounds that surprise you until you start messing with the FX. Then it's capable of rez filter sounds that will blow your buttocks off (at a suitable volume). .

Stick with it learn to love its own sound and this synth will reward your patience.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-04-2000 at 10:49
Don a professional user from USA writes:
I used a Prophet VS when they first came out. It doesn't hold a candle to what the Wavestation can do. Who made the law that resonant filters are mandatory to making a great synth? If it's resonance you want, get a Minimoog or Prophet 5. The VS was just a prototype of what Dave Smith and the Sequential R & D team finally were able to realize with the Wavestation. I'm sure if it's creators, given the time and money Korg gave them to perfect the VS, had intended resonant filters to be a big part of the Wavestation's sound, they would have included them. Lets get off this bandwagon and move on, please. It's old.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-13-1999 at 12:23
keepin' my wavestation a professional user from the us of a writes:
...or just hold on to it and NOT sell it. :)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-16-1999 at 01:02
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