We’re so pleased to announce system version 2.0.1 for wavestate – introducing many exciting new features, including support for up to 4GB of user samples and a full-blown software editor for Mac and Windows!
Support for User Samples
You can express yourself in your own distinctive style. The new Sample Builder program for Mac and Windows allows you to import up to 4 GB of your own Multi-samples into the wavestate. Just like the factory Multi-samples, you can use your samples in Wave Sequences or as single Multi-samples.
The Editor/Librarian serves as the wavestate’s second front panel. Real-time visualization of modulated parameter values and Wave Sequences provides quick feedback on your works. Sounds, envelopes, LFOs, filter settings, and more may be copied and pasted. Dive deep into Effects with full access to all internal settings and the ability to design your own Effects Presets.
- The new Performance-level Hold feature (via SHIFT-ARP) keeps notes or chords playing, leaving your hands free for moving knobs or playing other instruments. Fit to Scale lets you constrain the Pitch Lane’s output to a specific scale and key—especially useful when playing polyphonically.
- The new Curve parameter lets you control the way that Vector Volume crossfades between points. For maximum volume, use Loud (the original wavestate behavior); for more gentle crossfades, use Smooth (the original Wavestation behavior).
- New gain-scaling options bring out the tonal range of the MS-20 and Polysix filters, and user interface improvements streamline your sound design.