Korg Electribe Wave

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  • Whoa! Looks like fun :)

  • And now we know what everyone will be obsessed with this week...

  • No auv3?

  • edited August 26

    Hella nice surprise today; just now bought it. Never got either of the other two electribe apps, but this one looks like it could be a lot more powerful & useful. Sounds amazing.

  • edited August 26

    Weird release. Thought it was hardware at first. Kind of hoped it was hardware. From the pictures though it looks like it has effects for each sound, compared to one master effect on the old iElectribe.

    -shrugs shoulders-

    It'll probably be solid at least.

  • @Telstar5 said:
    No auv3?

    unfortunately not. Loads just fine in AUM with Inter-App Audio though. Also can export audio with Itunes File Sharing or Audiocopy.

  • edited August 26

    What the? Grooverider knockoff? :trollface:

  • any videos?

  • @AudioGus said:
    What the? Grooverider knockoff? :trollface:

    My exact thought.

    Thank god there were no IAPs.

  • Scythe (wavetable) in expensive?
    No thanks.

  • @Satie said:
    Scythe (wavetable) in expensive?
    No thanks.

    But a nice GUI.

  • Will run it through it’s paces. Was always interested in Electribe but never bought it since it hasn’t been updated in 4eva.

  • A NEW ELECTRIBE! 😍

    @e121 said:
    Weird release. Thought it was hardware at first. Kind of hoped it was hardware. From the pictures though it looks like it has effects for each sound, compared to one master effect on the old iElectribe.

    -shrugs shoulders-

    It'll probably be solid at least.

    I thought it was hardware as well at first. I wonder how much that would have cost 🤭
    £19.99- I’ll take one straight away please- and a free one for my other iPad 🤗

  • edited August 26

    Looks like a nice bit of kit. Not sure it’s what I’m after right now, though. Looking forward to hearing more about this one.

  • It’s got ableton link

  • Only itunes and audiocopy for export though... it is like they saw our Gadget export bitching and did this to spite us lol

  • It has a Kaoss Pad........

  • edited August 26

    @AudioGus said:
    Only itunes and audiocopy for export though... it is like they saw our Gadget export bitching and did this to spite us lol

    Seems like iTunes means files ....

    EXPORT
    This exports patterns and songs as audio files. The audio files are saved in 16-bit/44.1kHz WAV format.
    Select the export destination to save the entire song.
    iTunes: This saves the exported audio file to an iPad. The saved file can be transferred to a computer through iTunes. AudioCopy: Transfer the bounced audio file to AudioCopy.

  • edited August 26

    Not sure if this will work but here's a short sample of one of the factory preset patterns:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/f92jjpx10f2dqd0/Pasted audio(2).wav?dl=0

    A couple of the interface elements do look very much like Grooverider, but unfortunately there's no way to import your own sounds (at least that I've found) ... I do prefer the well laid out full page views for mixer, sequence, motion, etc - very intuitive and easy to use, though not as powerful overall as GR.

  • @RajahP said:

    @AudioGus said:
    Only itunes and audiocopy for export though... it is like they saw our Gadget export bitching and did this to spite us lol

    Seem like iTunes means files ....

    EXPORT
    This exports patterns and songs as audio files. The audio files are saved in 16-bit/44.1kHz WAV format.
    Select the export destination to save the entire song.
    iTunes: This saves the exported audio file to an iPad. The saved file can be transferred to a computer through iTunes. AudioCopy: Transfer the bounced audio file to AudioCopy.

    You mean iOS ‘Files’? I hope so, but I don’t see how that is implied...

  • @AudioGus said:
    What the? Grooverider knockoff? :trollface:

    Considering Grooverider was essentially a hardware electribe knockoff that would be weird.

  • @AnimalHeadSpirit said:
    Not sure if this will work but here's a short sample of one of the factory preset patterns:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/f92jjpx10f2dqd0/Pasted audio(2).wav?dl=0

    A couple of the interface elements do look very much like Grooverider, but unfortunately there's no way to import your own sounds (at least that I've found) ... I do prefer the well laid out full page views for mixer, sequence, motion, etc - very intuitive and easy to use, though not as powerful overall as GR.

    Does export use ‘Files’ app?

  • @99476598326 said:

    @AudioGus said:
    What the? Grooverider knockoff? :trollface:

    Considering Grooverider was essentially a hardware electribe knockoff that would be weird.

    Hehe

  • @AnimalHeadSpirit said:
    Not sure if this will work but here's a short sample of one of the factory preset patterns:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/f92jjpx10f2dqd0/Pasted audio(2).wav?dl=0

    A couple of the interface elements do look very much like Grooverider, but unfortunately there's no way to import your own sounds (at least that I've found) ... I do prefer the well laid out full page views for mixer, sequence, motion, etc - very intuitive and easy to use, though not as powerful overall as GR.

    Sounds smooth! Thanks for the taste.

  • edited August 27

    @AudioGus said:

    @AnimalHeadSpirit said:
    Not sure if this will work but here's a short sample of one of the factory preset patterns:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/f92jjpx10f2dqd0/Pasted audio(2).wav?dl=0

    A couple of the interface elements do look very much like Grooverider, but unfortunately there's no way to import your own sounds (at least that I've found) ... I do prefer the well laid out full page views for mixer, sequence, motion, etc - very intuitive and easy to use, though not as powerful overall as GR.

    Does export use ‘Files’ app?

    Yep.. on the presets window is a "bounce" button, under "export" - Just select "itunes file sharing" and it'll save in Electribe Wave folder in files app.

  • I am wondering if it is Audiobus compatible?

  • @AnimalHeadSpirit said:

    @AudioGus said:

    @AnimalHeadSpirit said:
    Not sure if this will work but here's a short sample of one of the factory preset patterns:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/f92jjpx10f2dqd0/Pasted audio(2).wav?dl=0

    A couple of the interface elements do look very much like Grooverider, but unfortunately there's no way to import your own sounds (at least that I've found) ... I do prefer the well laid out full page views for mixer, sequence, motion, etc - very intuitive and easy to use, though not as powerful overall as GR.

    Does export use ‘Files’ app?

    Yep.. on the presets window is a "bounce" button, under "export" - Just select "itunes file sharing" and it'll save in Electribe Wave folder in files app.

    Woah. Nice! thanks! Hope Gadget gets it soon.

    I think I may like this... ...the only thing that has put me off of Grooverider really is it is too hardware like with the menu system. This seems nice and friendly.

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