This set of videos, via freetacorrective, captures a review of the new Korg Volca Beats analog drum machine.
- Real analog sounds created with reference to classic rhythm machines
- Six editable analogue parts with one knob per function for easy editing
- Maximum effect from minimal parameters – a unique advantage of analog
- PCM sound engine expands possibilities when used with analog sounds
- Electribe-style 16-step sequencer with eight memory patches
- Stutter function generates repeated triggers that dramatically change the sequence
- Active Step function generates new bass lines by removing or inserting steps.
- Step Jump function instantly plays only the step you’re pressing
- Sync In and Out allows clock sync of multiple instruments from the volca Series as well as Korg’s Monotribe
- MIDI In for note entry, plus external sync and control from your DAW
- Go-anywhere analogue: play anywhere with the built-in speaker and optional battery power
The Korg Volca Beats has a street price of about $150.
Check out the review and then let us know what you think of the Volca Beats analog drum machine!