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Sounds Ok Dreamwaves Korg Wavestation Sound Cards

Sounds Ok Dreamwaves Korg Wavestation Sound Cards

Considering that the Wavestation first emerged in 1990, it's aged remarkably gracefully and, relative to some of its contemporaries, still remains quite desirable. Me? I'm a Wavestation SR owner, and I like the sounds enough to wish that I wasn't — the more inviting user interface of an A/D or keyboard version would be preferable. The oft‑touted analogy about editing an SR is that it's like wallpapering the hall through the letter box, which would be rather amusing if it wasn't so true (I've tried both, by way of comparison, and can report that the results of my wallpapering were marginally...

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Published January 1998