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Samples » presets, patches, impulses
KORG Wavestation ROM CARDS Collection #1 (SYNTH PRESET) screenshot
SYNTH PRESET | 52 MB
The collection includes : 104 Commercial ROM Cards, 118 Wavestation Community ROM Cards.
You must load the .wsram files into RAM1 :- "FILE" then "LOAD" then "Load RAM 1" (Many of them will not work properly if loaded into RAM2 or RAM3)

You can load the .fxb files :- "FILE" then "LOAD" then "Load ALL RAMS"

Commercial Wavestation ROM Cards

3D Sound [8 ROM CARDS]
Cesium Sound™ [1 ROM CARD]
Digital Informative Data [4 ROM CARDS]
Digital Music [1 ROM CARD]
Easy Sounds™ [7 ROM CARDS]
Holophon [3 ROM CARDS]
Hot Top [1 ROM CARD]
K?ng-Kong [3 ROM CARDS]
Kid Nepro™ [6 ROM CARDS]
KORG™ [14 ROM CARDS]
LiveWire [2 ROM CARDS]
Masterbits [5 ROM CARDS]
Mediacraft [1 ROM CARD]
MetraSound™ [2 ROM CARDS]
Mr Best [3 ROM CARDS]
MSP (Mega Sound Production)™ [7 ROM CARDS]
Pro-Rec™ [9 ROM CARDS]
Soft Sound [5 ROM CARDS]
Sound Source Unlimited™ [10 ROM CARDS]
Sounds OK [4 ROM CARDS]
Usa [2 ROM CARDS]
Valhala [1 ROM CARD]
Voce [1 ROM CARD]
Voice Crystal™ [4 ROM CARDS]
Wavestation Community ROM Cards
Aquila Rift [6 ROM CARDS]
Ben Hall [10 ROM CARDS]
Brian Cowell [3 ROM CARDS]
Claudius Diemer [1 ROM CARD]
David Cockram [1 ROM CARD]
Dean Suminski [1 ROM CARD]
Emagic [1 ROM CARD]
Guido Gavazzi [2 ROM CARDS]
Jack Deckard [1 ROM CARD]
Jay [3 ROM CARDS]
John 'Skippy' Lehmkuhl [1 ROM CARD]
Jon Johnson [3 ROM CARDS]
Libra Metabank Library [27 ROM CARDS]
Lorin Carie [1 ROM CARD]
Marc Van-Damme [1 ROM CARD]
Marcin Roguski [1 ROM CARD]
Mike S [1 ROM CARD]
Owain Pedgley [1 ROM CARD]
Paolo Di Pierdomenico [1 ROM CARD]
Paul Carter [2 ROM CARDS]
Paul Nagle [4 ROM CARDS]
Ralf Weiden [1 ROM CARD]
Rick Gutleber [1 ROM CARD]
Rick Scott [1 ROM CARD]
Robert Heath [1 ROM CARD]
Sid Koerin [6 ROM CARDS]
Simon Lea [1 ROM CARD]
Stefan Alexander [1 ROM CARD]
Surinder [2 ROM CARDS]
Vector [1 ROM CARD]
Wavestation AD Factory (RAM1) [1 ROM CARD]
Wavestation EX RAM3 [1 ROM CARD]
Wavestation Factory [2 ROM CARDS]
Wavestation Patch Archive Vol.1-5 [5 ROM Cards]
Wavestation SR Factory (Extra) [18 ROM CARDS]
Wavestation SR Factory [3 ROM CARDS]
WS New [1 ROM CARD]
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  Resident 1.10.2013 4662 9039
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  Resident 5.12.2012 816 21288
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  Resident 30.01.2014 7 2157
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Can they also be used in the plugin?
  Member 16.07.2014 273
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Yep. The picture is a bit of a clue ;)
  Resident 30.01.2014 7 2157
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I haven't used them in a long time (the Korg collection) although it is very good and I own a legit licence. So thank you for clarifying!!
  Resident 27.07.2014 6 440
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nice collection. m1 and wavestation vsts are still very usable specially in live situations!
There is no knowledge that is not power.
  Resident 21.04.2014 1584
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When you buy any product from the market that contains many accessories, such as printer cartridges, smart phones, etc, pay attention that these companies earn more from accessories sales than from the product itself. Such is the case with these keyboards extra cards, be aware that in the case of Roland, all the sounds of their cards are already inside their keyboards, it is the biggest deception of the Keyboards History that I have ever seen, the cards are just small circuits switch to access pre-recorded tones in the ROM.
So I ask, why Roland did it, assuming a keyboard costs $ 1000, and each card costs $ 90, buying all 15 cards, a silly consumer will have spent $ 1350.
Thanks to Kontakt world competition, that produced much better timbres than Roland and Yamaha expensive products, including many Kontakt free ones.
I understand that there are many important Keyboards and synthesizers that is a must or 75% useful for the practice they offer, but the keyboards of this new millennium are a total disappointment, these companies have now the rope around their necks.
Although Korg proved to be one of the best keyboards on the market.
  Member 13.05.2015 1 28
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Cool story bro.
  Member 16.07.2014 273
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quote by Hans Irgend Blumenfeldbe aware that in the case of Roland, all the sounds of their cards are already inside their keyboards, it is the biggest deception of the story that I have ever seen, the cards are just small circuits switch to access pre-recorded tones in the ROM.


Eh? What are you referring to?
It sounds to me like you don't know what you are talking about - "cards" generally contain *either* patch data, or PCM data.

Patch data is just new patches that people have programmed - effectively, people have set the synth's controls and parameters in a certain way to make a certain sound.

PCM data adds *new samples* to the synth, which you can use in patches, and these do in fact add new possibilities and sound combinations to a synth (because, new samples).

In the case of, for example, the Roland expansion bouards like the JV-series, or he SRX series, these boards contain *both* new samples, *and* new patches that use the new samples (and also existing samples in the synth) for their patches.

There's no deception story, If you don' want to buy a whole bunch of new patches, don't, and either use the ones you already have, or make your own - thats perfectly fine. But there are also people who are more musicians than sound designers, and a quick way to purchase new sounds they can play is highly valuable to them.

Now, if we're talking *pricing*, then yes, in the 80s/90s, prices for patches for synths was very high - eg £50 to £100 for a single bank of 50 or so patches - thankfully things are not that bad these days *but* patches are very devalued because we all have access to so many synths and patches already, largely due to software, and he internet.
  Resident 21.04.2014 1584
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I always know what I'm talking about, because, I only talk when I lived a particular situation, I had many keyboards, pianos, organs, synthesizers, including an original Moog and a Hammond organ.

As you realized on what I have written, referring to Roland Co..
The deception of the Keyboard business history.
'Patch Data Cards' is another thing, sold separatelly RAM for keyboards.

YOU agree with me, when you say: ""cards" generally contain *either* patch data, or PCM data.", then in your own words it means: generally = 'Most of the time, but not always'.

Other companies did PCM Data Cards. Not Roland.
'Expansion Boards' is another thing, I mentioned about cards, but card for what, is not specified if it has PCM Data or not.
Expansion means more, the name suggests a grand lawsuit if it did not have PCM sounds.
I know Roland expansion boards, and have new sounds inside it, not so gorgeous...

So what, 'Korg' sold it with the proper name 'ROM CARD', then we find a ROM inside the card, 'Korg' is a serious company.

Do the test, open any Roland card and modify the connections, you will get other tones from your keyboard.
Will be surprised that I do not speak without knowledge of cause, I think I have already passed the post adolescence.
  Member 2.06.2014 51
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I could be wrong but I think the Yamaha Montage is a great synth! If I had the money that's what I would buy.
Now, about the share. Thank you so much. I'll have to figure out what happened to my installation, every thing is working but not the Wavestation, I mean, the plugin.
  Member 18.08.2017 5
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BIG thanks for this!
  Member 19.11.2013 4101 430
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  Member 17.01.2014 175
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Fantastic release.
Thanks a lot.

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