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Korg Wavestate Wave Sequencing Synthesizer EXPIRED

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Adorama has Korg Wavestate Wave Sequencing Synthesizer on sale for $559. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Wave Sequencing 2.0
  • Extensive modulation with hands-on control
  • Gigabytes of samples
  • Modeled filters, including MS-20 and Polysix
  • 64 stereo voices
  • 4 Layers with Vector control
  • 14 simultaneous effects
  • Set Lists and Smooth Sound Transitions

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This is a more esoteric form of synthesis that would go over a 6 year old's head. I have a hard time wrapping my head around some aspects as a 40-something. Subtractive synthesis is much more straightforward, and gives an understandable reaction for each knob turned. IMO, the Korg Monologue would be a great synth for a kid. It's cheap, especially on then used market (around $200), is pretty close to one knob per function, and has a built-in oscilloscope, so they can see the waveform they're creating/affecting.
Excellent! More synth deals, iconian!!
Yes, if they're on shrooms.

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Excellent! More synth deals, iconian!!
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Would it be exciting for a 6 year old
Yes, if they're on shrooms.
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Would it be exciting for a 6 year old
Wave Sequencing synths are extremely complicated. Even with it being a newer and better designed one. I mean I'm sure he would have fun with the sounds though.

This is a great deal considering prices could go up soon.
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I purchased the WaveState when it first came out. Great synth, but a pain to program.
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Would it be exciting for a 6 year old
This is a professional synthesizer, it isn't a toy. I doubt a 6 year old is going to get much out of it and will likely break it, since it isn't meant for 6 year olds abuse.
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Gets rave reviews and me being an impulse buyer.....dammit, there goes 600 bucks i should not have spent
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I also would like to see more synth deals. When you check most of the US majors it looks like price collusion a lot of the time. It's rare that any of them has a better deal than the rest.
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Would it be exciting for a 6 year old
Your better off buying them a game console or an iPad.
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Would it be exciting for a 6 year old
This is a more esoteric form of synthesis that would go over a 6 year old's head. I have a hard time wrapping my head around some aspects as a 40-something. Subtractive synthesis is much more straightforward, and gives an understandable reaction for each knob turned. IMO, the Korg Monologue would be a great synth for a kid. It's cheap, especially on then used market (around $200), is pretty close to one knob per function, and has a built-in oscilloscope, so they can see the waveform they're creating/affecting.
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Aren't there much cheper software alternatives to this? even built into Reason, Live, FL Studio, etc, or VST?
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Aren't there much cheper software alternatives to this? even built into Reason, Live, FL Studio, etc, or VST?
There's plenty of cheaper software alternatives. Even free ones. But that's not the point of having a hardware synth. I'm much more creative with a hardware synth in terms of sound design. And a hardware synth is usually more reliable and doesn't take up computing power. But there's nothing wrong with using software synths.
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Aren't there much cheper software alternatives to this? even built into Reason, Live, FL Studio, etc, or VST?
You're right but your computing power definitely takes a hit if you're using so many sounds. Hardwire just has this undeniable fee to it that can't be replicated digitally sometimes.
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