At the 2020 NAMM Show, Korg introduced the Wavestate wave sequencing synthesizer, an updated take on Korg’s 90’s Wavestation, which featured wave sequencing and vector synthesis.
They say the Wavestate is built from the ground up, though, “taking cues from sources as diverse as modular synths, groove boxes, and algorithmic composition.”
Here’s an intro from Korg product rep Raymond Johnson, aka Theta Flux.
The Wavestate features Korg’s Wavesequncing 2.0, deep modulation capabilities and 64-note polyphony (64 notes), with up to four parts and 14 effects simultaneously.
The Wavestate was designed by Korg’s R&D department in San Diego, California, the same team behind the original Wavestation and several other of the company’s synths and technologies.
See the examples below for studio quality examples of the Wavestate in action:
Pricing and Availability
The Wavestate will be available in January of 2020 for $799.99