KORG Updates Electribe Wave With AUv3 Support & Black Friday Sale

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KORG has today released an update for Electribe Wave with AUv3 support, responding to their customers’ requests

There are still wonders. KORG has finally decided to deliver a first app with AUv3 support. We had to wait a long time, but now the first one is here. It’s the Electribe Wave, their latest app for iOS. It combines the well-known Electribe workflow and a wavetable synth engine.

But as first users report, it is only the wavetable Synthesizer engine that has been equipped with the AUv3 standard, not the sequencer or the drum engine. A pity in my opinion. However, I’m glad to see that Korg is finally listening to customer requests in the iOS area. They may also be responding to the upcoming omission of the Apple IAA technology. For Korg and AUv3 topic there was also an extra article

Electribe Wave Auv3

In an extra article, I wrote about the Korg and AUv3 relationship already in summer. Maybe they have read it and decided to bring AUv3 support step by step.

More App Updates With AUv3 Support?

Whether KORG teleports his remaining apps now in the AUV3 world, is not known. An important and good step would be, which I would also advise. Above all, KORG Apps are not up to date with the iOS music technology of 2019. However, the Electribe Wave update is a good first step. And please port the entire apps, not just parts of it.

At the same time, KORG also launched their Black Friday Sale with discounts up to 50% OFF on all music production apps (iOS) and software including plugins. The sale also applies to in-app items and software upgrades.

KORG Electribe Wave update with AUv3 support is available now as a free download for existing users.

More information here: KORG 

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