When installing, automatic installation of factory sounds didn't work. How can I fix this?

After the initial software installation, wavestate native downloads the factory sound database and factory Multisamples. On Windows, security or anti-virus software may interfere with this download. If you encounter any difficulties, please first temporarily disable security or anti-virus software, and try again.

If the problem persists, you can manually download and install the database and Multisamples. To do so:

  1. Close wavestate native, if it is running.
  2. Download the wavestate native factory database and Multisamples using the link below. The file is about 2 GB.
    download wavestate native factory database and Multisamples
  3. Un-zip the downloaded file. 
  4. Move the resulting folder, named "System," to a suitable location on your system (using an SSD is strongly recommended). It can be saved anywhere, but as defaults we recommend:
    macOS: /Users/Shared/KORG/wavestate native/System
    Windows: \Users\Public\Public Documents\KORG\wavestate native\System
  5. Run wavestate native. At startup, the software will ask for the location of the sounds; select the location from (4).
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