New Editor & Sound Bank For The Korg Volca Drum

Developer Momo Müller has introduced a dedicated patch editor for the Korg Volca Drum.

With the Volca Drum Editor, you have direct access to all parameters and can save them as a Sound Data File and load them back into the Volca Drum at any time.

The editor is available in standalone and plugin versions. With the VST Version, you can record controller movements and integrate the Volca Drum with your DAW projects.


  • Complex sound changes
  • Direct access to the sound parameters
  • All controllers can be automated.
  • X-Y modulation of all parameters
  • The Editor settings can be stored in a Sound Bank and loaded again.
  • With the Random function, new sounds can be generated quickly for each drum part.
  • Drum Kits can be put together and saved.
  • A Sound Bank with 50 Sounds and 3 Drum Kits is included.

Pricing and Availability

The editor is available for PC as VST / Standalone 32/64 bit and for MAC as VST / AU / Standalone 64 bit for 5,90€ / $ 6,90.

6 thoughts on “New Editor & Sound Bank For The Korg Volca Drum

  1. For 30 years the world wants real knob control, when we get it, someone comes along with a virtual editor.
    Stop the world. Oh it all ready is.

  2. Mate, have you used the Volca Drum? It’s a great little synth, but very limited.

    As much as I love it, it doesn’t make a lot of its functionality easy the way editors like this do. This editor isn’t just about playing with dedicated knobs, it’s about transferring drum sounds across kits (which the VDrum can’t do on its own) and it also allows users to back up far more patches & sounds than what the VDrum provides.

    What’s wrong with adding functionality?

  3. This is pretty sweet. The Volca drum is so awesome but the interface is fiddly af!

    I really wish Korg would make a full size Version of this with more direct control. It’s so powerful and fun. I’d buy it instantly.

    1. Agree, any further flexibility is key. Hard to find a good drum machine + multiple outside of the Electribe or similar “groovebox” type sequencer combo sound machines that are not just limited to a tone palette of cloned classics these days

      I was torn between getting the volca drum or e2

  4. It’s a damn shame that you can’t get something like this from the manufacturer. Abject failure on their part.

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