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The Wavestation was designed by a team which included Dave Smith, who designed the Prophet-5 and, along with Roland.
Designed as a "pure" synthesizer was capable of generating complex, lush timbres and rhythmic sequences that sounded like a complete soundtrack only one key. Keyboard Magazine readers gave the Wavestation its "Hardware Innovation of the Year" award, and in 1995 Keyboard listed it as one of the "20 Instruments that Shook the World."
The two primary synthesis concepts designed into the Wavestation were Wave Sequencing and Vector synthesis
Vector synthesis concept: Controlling the mix of four sound waves by defining a point on a vector plane using a joystick.
Wave Sequencing: a method of multi-timbral sound generation in which different PCM waveform data are played successively, resulting in continuously evolving sounds.
The Wavestation is known as one of the best synth pad generators, and has been used by many musicians to explore uncommon synthesis textures. A few notable mainstream artists that used Wavestations in the early 1990s were Joe Zawinul, Jan Hammer, Phil Collins, Gary Numan and Tony Banks of Genesis (who also used them on the band's 2007 European Tour) Depeche Mode, Steve Hillier of Dubstar, Michael Jackson, Ed Wynne of Ozric Tentacles, Ulf Langheinrich and Alan Clark and Guy Fletcher of Dire Straits. Soundtrack composer Mark Snow also used a Wavestation when scoring episodes of the X-Files.
The Wavestation remains one of the most evocative, unusual, creatively-designed synths ever... ”
— Craig Anderton, Keyboard Magazine