Korg shared this pair of videos that take a hands-on look at working with their new Volca Sample OK GO Edition.
In the first video, above, 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.
In the second video, below, Takahashi explains the basics of how the 11 parameters can manipulate the way samples sound on the volca sample OK GO edition:
The OK GO Volca Sample is priced the same as the original – US $159.99. See the Korg site for details.
18 thoughts on “Volca Sample OK GO Edition Hands-On Demo”
I already have a Volca Sample. Is there a way to just get the sample set?
It’s available for download on the Korg site. I haven’t tried downloading it yet, but I can’t see any reason why you wouldn’t be able to get it.
unless it’s junior samples
If I use BR-549 do I get a discount?
go home korg, you are drunk
I doubt even OK GO themselves will care about this!
Why is there subtitles? He is speaking perfectly understandable English
user error, perhaps?
youtube setting – turn of [CC]
i know! I was like: This is kinda racist adding the subtitles…lol
unless it’s English English
bob’s your uncle?
The Volcas are game changers IMHO. Also the Sample is an amazing little tool. Well done KORG
Ok….Go back to Korg and tell them this was a bad idea. Now if this was the Daft Punk edition…….
just had visions of the app
I hope the Japanese don’t look at OK GO and say “This is the best of what North America has to offer”…
Isn’t Electribe better than this?
Yeah but more expensive
Why use an musical instrument driven rock group to market a device that is primarily focused on the electronic music production. So many amazing samples out there and a million times as many more suitable artists that could endorse this. Some one should get fired for this