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Question about ideal potential setup [Korg Volca]
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Question about ideal potential setup [Korg Volca]

Hi. Discovered this forum while surfing around the web. Thought it would be a good place to get some help.

A friend of mine picked up the Volca Keys and Volca bass, and I'm quite intrigued by them. Thinking about picking them up, and possibly a volca beats, just to kinda have some fun, mess around, and see what I can create....but I'm not sure what the best way to set them all up would be.

I've been a DJ for almost 20 years, and I dabbled a bit in music production before...but never had any hardware. I produce radio commercials for a living, so I'm pretty well versed in DAWs (I use ProTools at work, and have some experience with Ableton and Logic)

So here's what I currently have available to me:

-Mac Mini (not an idea production computer, I know...but I packed it pretty full of upgrades when I bought it, so it's reasonably powerful)
-Pioneer DJM-2000 (likely not going to come into play here, but maybe it has some audio production qualities I'm unaware of)
-Traktor Audio 8 (old traktor hardware, but perhaps it could come in handy)

Are there any interfaces I might need to help with the setup of said gear? Would it make sense for me to run these as midi instruments? These are the kinds of questions I have.

Any help would be appreciated...and thanks in advance.
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