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Following in the footsteps of the monotron, monotribe, and MS-20 Mini analog synthesizers, Korg announces the Volca series. volca is a new lineup of EDM production tools. These powerful and fun-to-use true-analog devices deliver a diverse array of fat sounds that can be obtained only from an analog synthesizer. Each is also equipped with sequencing/recording capabilities for intuitively generating performances. Multiple volcas can be used in tandem via the vintage-style sync in/out, and with your favorite DAW software or MIDI keyboard via MIDI In. Battery operation and built-in speakers mean that you can conveniently play anywhere and anytime. These are the next-generation analog synthesizers, bringing you the ultimate sounds and grooves with ease and depth. Whether used together or by themselves, the volca series is poised to inject true analog power into any performance or studio setup!

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Which drum machines do you own?

Don't have the RM1x anymore. But have added: Volca Beats - nice enough character machine. Don't use it much, but I keep it around, especially for the grainy hihats. Volca Sample - excellent in every way. I'm slowly filling it with custom samples of my own, still with 40+ available slots months after I got it. Got the analogue...

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Gear Porn thread - pics of your slutty setups

...SM Pro Nano Patch +; Whiteboard for writing down patches I need to remember: Roland JU-06, JP-08, JX-03; DSI Prophet 6; Volca Beats, Bass, Keys; Strymon Dig, Bluesky; Zoom MS-70CDR; Saffire Pro 40, ADA8200 and patchy (3 more rack slots for some future purchases); Sennheiser HD600 for late night sessions (usually on hook to the...

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New Korg Volca Drum...discuss.

...I'm a little jaded on the whole Volca lineup right now. The only one I actually sold was the Volca Beats (hated the snare, got the Arturia DB Impact instead). Love the battery power, and there's a lot of good sounds - the Volca FM is probably the weirdest to the lineup...

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