Korg Volca Keys, Bass & Beats Demo

April 26, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

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PMT Exclusive – Korg Volca Range Demonstration

At Frankfurt musikmesse 2013, PMT grabbed a first look at the new KORG
Volca range. We witnessed Boris from Korg Europe putting Volca through
its paces, and the results were excellent.

The rumour mill before the show was rife with talk of KORG releasing
further retro based vintage products that are packed with analog
technology. The range comprises of three separate models, we have the
Volca Bass, a unique three oscillator analog bass synthesizer, the
Volca Beats which is an analog drum machine featuring a comprehensive
16 step sequencer, Completing the lineup is the Volca Keys, a
straightforward yet effective polyphonic analog synthesizer which also
features a loop sequencer. The fun doesn’t end there, each unit in the
Volca range has a MIDI input and sync jack making it easy to interface
with your favorite DAW.

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