Korg's monster synth retranslated and transformed. All the features of the Wavestate mkII in a compact 4U 19" desktop/rackmount package.
The acclaimed Wavestate brought Korg's Wave Sequencing to the next level. Featuring the radically re-imagined Wave Sequencing 2.0, the Wavestate delivers astonishing, ever-changing sounds with extensive hands-on control.
In 2020, the acclaimed Wavestate brought Korg's Wave Sequencing to the next level. Featuring the radically re-imagined Wave Sequencing 2.0, the Wavestate delivers astonishing, ever-changing sounds with extensive hands-on control. Far from a nostalgic reissue, the Wavestate was designed from the ground up for a new generation of musicians, producers, and composers, taking cues from sources as diverse as modular synths, groove boxes, and algorithmic composition.
Taking full advantage of both a new enclosure design and new processing hardware, the Wavestate Module provides an impressive 120 stereo voices of polyphony. The new 4U rack-mount enclosure has the same controls as the keyboard models, yet is easily transportable and fits neatly into any studio or desktop production system. The Wavestate Module is fully compatible with the sounds and samples of the original Wavestate, Wavestate Mk II, Wavestate SE, and Wavestate Native software, as well as many excellent third-party libraries.
MIDI 2.0 Property Exchange and Polyphonic Aftertouch Support
With the latest software updates, all models of Wavestate, hardware and software, now support MIDI 2.0 Property Exchange. Hundreds of the original factory sounds have been updated to include Polyphonic Aftertouch modulation (Channel Aftertouch is supported as well). All of this makes the Wavestate Module an excellent companion to Korg's Keystage controller.
Rack-Mount and Desktop
The Wavestate Module is cleverly designed for both desktop and rack-mount use. The panel is redesigned to fit into a standard 19" width, and the rear jack panel is recessed to allow easy access to cables even with gear mounted directly above. With desktop setups, brackets offer a choice of panel angles: flatter for performing standing up, or more upright for working while seated in your studio.