Chief engineer Tatsuya Takahashi walks you through a step by step of how to program a step sequence on the volca sample OK GO edition.
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Introducing volca sample OK GO edition – Part 2: Sample Edit
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volca sample OK GO edition – Get the volca sample and remix OK GO!
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Chief engineer Tatsuya Takahashi explains the basics of how the 11 parameters can manipulate the way samples sound on the volca sample OK GO edition.
A powerful partnership between KORG and OK GO – a special edition of the volca sample.
Packed with 100 carefully selected audio samples from “Hungry Ghosts,” the latest album from OK GO, the limited edition OK GO volca is now here. You can freely edit their numerous iconic sounds, such as the vocal line from “I Won’t Let You Down” or the bass from “The Writing’s On the Wall,” and arrange them to create your own music. Use the content to create your own version Ok GO’s infectious tunes, mix and match content with your own samples create remixes, or create entirely original sample-based music using the simple, step-based recording layout of the volca sample.
OK GOの最新アルバム『Hungry Ghosts』のレコーディング素材から激選された、100個のオーディオ・サンプル
Seth are Tadahiko Sakamaki & Tatsuya Takahashi (KORG)
volca keys 16台を、開発者であるSethことコルグの坂巻匡彦と高橋達也が即興パフォーマンス
This video illustrates an improvisational performance by “Seth” featuring 16 Volca Keys synced together. “Seth” is the name of the musical collective which features Mr. Tadahiko Sakamaki (KORG Product Planner) and Mr. Tatsuya Takahashi (KORG Engineer).
本楽曲にボーカルとして元恵比寿マスカッツ・山口愛実さんを加えた「16Keys / Seth featuring Manami Yamaguchi」を収録！
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Using Ubuntu (with WINE) to upload samples to my Korg Volca Sample.
It is really easy!
You literally just open the samples in the editor, ad upload them to your Volca Sample.
I’ve included a demo of the pretty light show that happens.
These Samples were uploaded using Single Cell Software’s Caustic Editor
Background video description:
Here’s another live jam with my baseline setup Korg Volca Bass, Korg Volca Sample and Arturia Microbrute. This time, they get accompanied by the MFB 522 drumcomputer and David Smith Instruments Mopho.
As with all my other jams, I only used the internal sequencers which are synchronized with the Master Midi clock from the Electribe ER-1. Some reverb and delay is added on most of the sounds (Alesis Quadraverb 2, Alesis Midiverb 3 and Lexicon MX200).
If you liked this one, you might want to check out my other Volca-Microbrute jams in this playlist:
Thanks for watching and cheers!
Korg Volca Bass
by Aflecht in July 2015
All sounds come from Korg Volca Bass, except the drums. Ableton Live was used for sequencing, editing and mixing. Native Instruments Battery was used for drums.
Only delay and EQ was used on any of the sounds.
Dreams of Wires: Volca Keys, Microbrute, Minitaur, Roland CMU810, details below:
This is a rough re-recording of something I originally uploaded to my ‘tomorrowthecure’ channel more than 5 years ago. I was just playing around with it to see if I could do a more simplistic version (the original was sequenced and entirely software and samples).
It was recorded in 2 parts because of the sound changes. The Volca is using it’s own sequencer, and is in polyphonic mode for the main part if the recording. I’m using an iConnectMidi4+ to link the 2 USB Korg keyboards to the Minitaur, and a Kenton Pro Solo 2 to drive the CMU810. The Minitaur is running through an old EHX Small Stone phaser. Reverb is from an old Lexicon plugin
Gaz WIlliams takes a look at the first digital Volca. 4MB sample Ram (playback) and the usual Volca sequencing facilities.
volca arranged by BakaOscillator.
Arturia Minibrute – arpeggio and improvised melody
Volca Keys – pads and bass
A simple arp made from a sequence on the Minibrute, then random notes from a chord played by hand over the top. Pad sections were made with the Volca Keys in polyphonic mode, using a midi keyboard to play it.
More Minibrute SE here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Sxa6…