Korg Wavestate SE Synthesizer


Korg has shared a sneak preview of the Wavestate SE – a new edition of the Wavestate.


The new Korg Wavestate SE adds aftertouch and a premium feel in a new 61-key version.


It seem the Korg product releasing juggernaut rolls on with yet another synth breaking cover. This time Korg has given 2020’s Wavestate the premium treatment with a new SE version, adding what many users would have loved in the original: aftertouch. It is not just a case of simply adding the aftertouch and leaving it there. Much of the patches included in the machine have been tweaked to make the most out of the feature.


Aluminium panel and knobs should make for a very solid synth.


Beside aftertouch, an obvious choice has been taken to up the key-count to 61, further making reinforcing the Wavestate as a full-on performance instrument. In addition, players will also be pleased with the addition of solid aluminium knobs and top panel, giving the Wavestate SE a premium feel.


Korg seems to be really hitting NAMM’s Believe in Music event hard with miniKorg 700FS and Modwave, already being announced.


However, these announcements are merely a sneak preview of what is coming from Korg this year, hence, we do not have any details on release dates and prices as yet. Check out the Korg website for more info.



1 Comment so far »

  1. admin said

    am January 21 2021 @ 8:09 pm

    Many of the new sounds take advantage of the aftertouch technology in the keyboard offering a lot more expression and opportunities for modulation.

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