In part three of my series on sound design with the Korg Modwave, I’ll demonstrate how to import your own wavetables and samples into the Modwave synthesizer. In this video, I’ll guide you through the process of creating your own wavetables, importing downloaded wavetables, and incorporating wavetables from online sources.

I’ll also walk you through the steps of importing your samples into the Korg Modwave and building your own multi-samples. In part one of the series, we explored the basics of designing sounds using wavetables, while part two delved into the world of samples and motion sequencing.

To achieve this, you’ll need a special version of WaveEdit designed for the Modwave and Korg’s Sample Builder.

The Modwave is a powerful and versatile synthesizer, and I hope this guide helps you unlock its full potential.

Many of the sounds featured in this demo are available for free download in my Korg Modwave patch collection.

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