Korg volca kick Analog Kick Generator


Korg volca kick Analog Kick Generator


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  • Description

    Experience the stunning power of an analog kick that cannot be obtained from a plug-in or a sample!
    The Korg volca kick generates powerfully present kick sounds using a completely analog circuit. To create those sounds, it uses not a typical sine wave, but the sound of an oscillating filter from the original MS-20. The powerful Rev.1 filter of the MS-20 self-oscillates when resonance is increased to the maximum, and this is used to produce powerful kick sounds with complex overtones. From tight kicks to fat, slow-decaying kicks, and pitched kick bass, it's possible to create kick sounds that are appropriate for every type of dance music.

    Aggressively control the sound using DRIVE and TONE
    In addition to the analog kick generator circuit based on the MS-20 filter, there's an analog drive that includes multiple stages of distortion. The distortion level and type can be varied by a single knob, increasing the variety and power of the kick sounds. You can use the tone control to transform the character of the sound by adjusting the high-frequency range.

    Powerful kick bass that rules the beat
    The volca kick is not just a kick drum machine. You can use the 16-key touch-panel keyboard to perform dynamic kick bass, and take advantage of the volca kick's powerful analog circuitry to generate the sub bass sound that's indispensable to dance music styles such as grime or trap.

    16-step sequencer allows automation of all parameters
    The volca kick features a 16-step sequencer that gives you plenty of improvisatory freedom. You can use it to quickly lay out a kick drum pattern, and it also supports realtime recording, which is an ideal way to perform kick bass phrases. And the pattern chain function lets you connect multiple sequence patterns for successive playback, making it possible to construct large-scale developments of 32, 64, or even 256 steps by joining up to 16 sequences.

    Playback can be synchronized with another unit
    The volca kick provides a sync connector that can be easily connected to many of KORG's other synths and groove machines. Connect to other volca units, minilogue, electribe or SQ-1, and experience a session with synchronized sequencer playback. The MIDI IN jack lets you use the volca kick as a sound module for DAW and MIDI controller.

    Enjoy anywhere
    With its compact size, battery operation, and built-in speaker, it's easy to take the volca kick anywhere and perform any time.

    Get your Korg volca kick Analog Kick Generator today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.
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  • Specification

    MIDI Connections MIDI In
    Connectors Sync In (3.5mm monaural mini jack, Maximum input level: 20V)
    Sync Out (3.5mm monaural mini jack, Output level: 5V)
    Audio Output: Headphones (3.5mm stereo mini jack)
  • Type Analog synthesis
    Sequencer Number of Parts 1
    Number of Steps 16
    Number of Recording Patterns 16 (each with its own sound program)
    Controls Pattern Chain, Motion Sequence, Touch FX, Active Step, Accent (On/Off, Depth), Slide, Bend Reverse, Roll (1/4, 1/2, 1/1, 4/3, 2/1, 3/1), Octave (1 Oct Up, 2 Oct Up), Sustain, Swing
    Power Supply AA alkaline battery x 6 or AA nickel-metal hydride battery x 6 Or AC adapter (DC 9V) (optional)
    Polyphony Monophonic
    Dimensions 7.60”W x 4.53”D x 1.81”H
    Battery Life Approximately 10 hours (using alkaline batteries)
    Weight 13.29 oz. (Excluding batteries)
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    Warranty Info:

    One year parts and labor. 90 Days on footswitches, tubes, and AC adapters. Three years on tuners and metronomes.