• Master Volume setting is now available through Settings menu.
• Tempo setting is now restorable.
• Works properly with MIDI Clock.
• Several UI improvements in wavesequence editor.
• Other improvements and bug-fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
No midi channel!!!!
There's no selectable global midi channel for the iWAVESTATION so if you're like me and spent a hundred bucks for a plug korg plug key to use it in a setup with other synths(like a module as it was advertised) it will be useless to you. How in this day and age do you leave out a selectable midi channel on a synth? It's a shame because it sounds great and the interface Is good minus a few quirks and bugs it's very pretty. In app purchase is awesome, sound great(I actually have the real cards)...but no midi channel is bad form from Korg, who is my fav synth company. I consider the iWAVESTATION and plugkey wasted money spent until they sort out the midi. Bummed!
A bit of a learning curve but worth it
When Korg came out with keyboards that had menus you had to navigate thru, it was a little off putting compared to their analog synths that had all the knobs and sliders at your fingertips. The wavestation, while rich sounding and sonically opening new doors, it had menus to dig thru and wasn't the most intuitive for a lot of people. This offering is so much easier to tinkle with and tweak and get some cool results. Although it does have a bit of a learning curve should you decide to delve deeper, once you conquer some of its deeper features you can really see how this can take you really far and take you places a lot of iOS synths just can't go. I hope they add more user sound cards because I see myself building up a nice preset library. And speaking of libraries, Korg could stand to make improvements to all their iOS synths in terms of giving us a more organized browser, making it easier to find the sounds we're looking for faster.
I’m really confused as to why this has such a low score, not only is this a 1-1 port in terms of sonic quality compared to the VST but the devs also crafted a gorgeous, totally custom UI for iOS to help edit patches and navigate modulation options. It’s also worth mentioning that unlike the lauded Odyssey, the Wavestation synth is an original Korg product whose design has always been digital, thus you are getting essentially the same product people payed lotsa $$ for in the 90’s.
No it’s not the same as programming the subtractive synth, but it’s meant to be a unique way of combining/layering preset synth samples over time. Complaints that the WS presets are dated is understandable but since you can edit each sample/layer’s level, pitch,asdr,lfo mod, built in fx and more, I don’t see what’s got people convinced that this is a Seinfeld music machine only.
Take some time to read the manual and expand yr mind past Moog clones.
- KORG INC.
- 101.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2016 KORG INC.
- In-App Purchases
- WAVESTATION Expansion Card Pack $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.