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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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...td30 drum kit b. mpc drums c. bass guitar d. electric guitar e. arturia mini brute synth f. main vocals g.backing vocals/vocoder h. korg volca beats sampled mpc kit (outro kit) Im not saying this is THE BEST way to do things... it just what i've come up with! mpc is 64 note poly so technically it can do 64...

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Korg Drumlogue (though obviously it's still being developed). For one, the analog section and its parameters look extremely similar to the Volca Beats. I'm hoping it's not the same circuits as that would be disappointing to me. I'm also not all that keen on limited PCM sample-loading in a hybrid drum machine. I know many...

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One more Volca, but which one?

Volca Beats does not qualify because I do not like it. You have the following, and have room for one more--which one and why? Prefer to hear from people with hands on experience. Existing: Drum, FM, Sample2, Modular. Let the voting begin, and thanks!

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