My favorite part of Daniel Fisher's demo is when he showcases the Randomizer around 26:00.
Listening to this was the first time I actually liked the sound of this keyboard, didn't get to use this feature when I was playing it at NAMM. So now I am wondering, how would one re create a sound if needed using the Ramdonizing feature.
Is it even possible?
I wonder if the wavesequence stuff is output to MIDI. Then maybe the MIDI data can be recorded in an external MIDI recorder, and thus some sort of re-creation is possible.
Until Korg uploads the manual, MIDI implementation document, etc. maybe this Korg graphic clears some things?
Wave Sequencing 2.0 splits apart the timing, the sequence of samples, and the melody, so that each can be manipulated independently. Also added are new characteristics including shapes, gate times, and step sequencer values. Each of these is a “Lane,” and each Lane can have a different number of steps and its own start, end, and loop points.
Every time the sequence moves forward, the individual Lanes are combined to create the output. For instance, a sample may be matched with a different duration, pitch, shape, gate length, and step sequence value every time that it plays. You can modulate each Lane’s start, end, and loop points separately for every note, using velocity, LFOs, envelopes, Mod Knobs, or other controllers. Each note in a chord can be playing something different!
Lanes can also randomize the step order every time they play, with realtime control over the range of included steps. Finally, individual steps can be randomly skipped, with a modulatable probability from 0 to 100%. The result is organic, ever-changing sounds that respond to your control. The four onboard arpeggiators can interact with Wave Sequences for even more possibilities.
Randomization that inspires.
Looking for even more inspiration? A dedicated front-panel button, marked by a “dice” icon, generates new sounds via intelligent randomization. Randomize the entire sound or just a part of it, such as the filter, the Sample Lane, or the effects. Use the results directly, or as a jumping-off point for your own creations.