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mini-article on KARMA Wave-Sequencing by Stephen Kay
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In a nutshell, KARMA Wave-Sequencing is a completely separate thing from "regular Korg Wave-Sequencing". It uses the same name, because it can achieve a similar sounding effect. But "regular Korg wave-sequencing" and KARMA Wave-Sequencing are connected in no way (other than a KARMA GE can be generating its normal notes and controller output values and sending them to a Program that has Korg wave-sequencing involved, if you follow me).

Wave-sequencing, as it has traditionally come to be defined, means changing the PCM waveforms of a sound while you are playing it, in some sort of sequence. The typical sound that immediately comes to mind is the sort of "floop-chicka-click-diddle" percussive rhythmic sequences popularized in the Korg WaveStation by sounds such as "Ski Jam", "Pharaoh's Jig", "The Wave Song" etc. In these, basically a 16th note stream of waveform changes is cycled through while holding down notes, creating an ever-changing barrage of snippets of drums and percussive sounds. Other less "in your face" uses allow musical waves to gradually fade and morph between sounds, also a popular WaveStation type sound.

KARMA, at its most basic, generates notes. There is a destination program for a particular GE within the synth architecture, so, for example, a GE might be playing a string of 16th notes on a piano patch. What if KARMA had the ability to not only tell the synth what note to play, but a waveform sound for that note? That is KARMA Wave-Sequencing. Each note as it is generated can switch the PCM waveform internally to a desired wave, in whatever kind of sequence desired, including randomized pools of choices.


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