Korg today introduced modwave native, a fully-compatible software counterpart to its recently introduced modwave synthesizer keyboard.
With this introduction, each of Korg’s trio of the modwave, wavestate and opsix hardware synths now have software counterparts.
modwave native is available in VST3, AAX, and standalone formats, on both macOS and Windows, as well as AU on macOS. You can seamlessly exchange sounds between hardware and software.
With modwave native, you can produce in your DAW, and then play the same sounds using the modwave hardware. Or create sounds with the hardware’s hands-on interface, and then share them with a computer-based collaborator.
With modwave native, you can also use any of the third-party sound libraries available for the hardware modwave, as well as sample libraries designed for either the modwave or wavestate.
- modwave synthesis engine
- Kaoss Physics
- Motion Sequencing 2.0
- Deeper access into the synth engine
- ‘Filters for days’
- Flexible modulation
- Wide arsenal of effects
- ‘Randomization that inspires’
- Set Lists and Smooth Sound Transitions
- Patch exchange between modwave and modwave native
- Crossgrade from hardware modwave
- Demo version available
Pricing and Availability
modwave native is available now for $149 USD. Special crossgrade pricing is also available for owners of the modwave keyboard.