Welcome to the next instalment of my Korg Modwave sound design series, where I guide you through the process of creating your own amazing sounds on the Korg Modwave.

UPDATE: Part 3 is live in which I look at improving samples and wavetables

In part one, I demonstrated how to leverage wavetables and the robust modulation routing at the core of the Korg Modwave. In part two, I’ll showcase how to utilize the incredible samples integrated into the Korg Modwave, along with harnessing the powerful motion sequencer to modulate multiple parameters on the Modwave.

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

In part three, we’ll explore how to import your own wavetables and samples into the Korg Modwave.

00:00 Introduction

00:50 Incorporating Korg Modwave samples https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=53

01:50 Korg M1 Piano on the Modwave https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=108

02:20 Mixing samples https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=139

03:13 Incorporating effects with the samples https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=193

05:34 Mellotron samples in the Modwave https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=332

07:02 Playing Fairlight samples in the Modwave https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=421

07:50 Motion Sequencing https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=474

16:39 Arpeggiator https://youtu.be/93O-hYJ9thw?t=998

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