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Old 2nd September 2009 , 05:36 PM
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Smile Korg UK site hints of New Wave 14.09.09

Curiosity builds as Korg hint of something arriving 14th Sep '09
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Old 2nd September 2009 , 07:46 PM
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Please be wavestation II, please be wavestation II (never gonna happen, but you can but hope)
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Old 2nd September 2009 , 07:50 PM
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"new wave," eh? Hopefully an all-analogue Mono/Poly reissue then.
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Old 2nd September 2009 , 08:04 PM
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Please be wavestation II, please be wavestation II (never gonna happen, but you can but hope)
Oooh, now wouldn't that be sweet! Even better if it's in a format to mount on the modular part of my M3-88!
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It seems quite an obvious play on the word 'wave' doesn't it?

Interesting.

Having said that, though - that new Roland site was interesting, but the new products are anything but in my opinion.
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Old 3rd September 2009 , 11:20 AM
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In complete agreement with you there, the Roland offering was very underwhelming... and come to that, wasn't the Juno Di already previously announced?

Whilst I'm hoping it'll be a new Wavestation from Korg, they do seem to have been doing quite a bit with sold state recorders of late, so chances are it may well be a new recorder.
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Old 3rd September 2009 , 11:55 AM
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Yeh, they're concentrating on that area at the moment, aren't they. The niche MicroKorgs sub 500 market is doing well for them, and then their great top end synths.

However, you never know!

I lose track of the same old Juno xx synths sub grand price range with mp3 input for jamming with the sounds of the Fantom range.

Still, if it's making them money, keep with it!

I was hoping for a Space Echo COSM style effect with MIDI sync or USB.
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Old 3rd September 2009 , 12:13 PM
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im hoping its a vst with a controller like they did with the legacy collection..best thing ive ever bought
i just hope its not a stupidlly high priced synth which no one can afford like the m3s +oasys both brilliant synths but way out of the budget of many users ..i hope if it is a synth itll be under 500 pounds there making a killing on the micro stuff at the minute
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this will NOT be like the other dissapointment early this month. Korg are the innovaters and will surely deliver again as they have before.

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Old 3rd September 2009 , 03:15 PM
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Of course, what I'd dearly love to see would be a module that would mount on my M3-88's Korg Komponet System keyboard assembly and would run the optional models from the Oasys sound engine... i.e. the CX-3, AL-1, STR-1, LAC-1 and MOD-7 engines. Now that really WOULD be something!
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Old 3rd September 2009 , 03:34 PM
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Bring back Analog to the masses.
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Default spoilers ahoy, if this is accurate:

Here you go folks...

MicroSAMPLER:



MicroSAMPLER editor software:



E-piano ("SV-1"):









Wavedrum:





here's a translated-from-Japanese article about the new products:

http://translate.google.com/translat...hl=en&ie=UTF-8
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Old 3rd September 2009 , 08:07 PM
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The new Wavedrum looks (and sounds) fabulous - I remember liking the one they did before... perfect way to solve a love of gadgets and hand percussion all in one!

... and that stage piano is looking seductively portable ...
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I am, however, hoping the suggested price has failed to translate correctly... it says "Prices start at around 6 million yen." ... that's nearly 40,000!!
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