Korg Volca Modular


#1

Can’t find any info on this other than on Reddit, but looks amazing!


#2

Wow, that is a a volca I would get more than one of if they had chainable power supplies like the 4ms pods. Also, that is a volca that is 100% going to be modded into a eurorack module by someone the day it comes out.


#3

Apparently a Volca Drum is also on the way: http://cdm.link/2018/12/korg-volca-modular-volca-drum-leaks/

I’ve been looking for something fun (and affordable) to sample into the Digitakt, this could be pretty cool for that!


#4

It’s official:


#5

Sounds pretty dope to me!


#6

I think this is the one I want two of. One to open up and circuit bend!:crazy_face:

edit: I just realized I made this exact statement a month ago, now I feel a little silly.


#7

Nothing wrong with that!


#8

#9

And that’s all the default patch! I think this is going to be really interesting.


#10

Agreed! I’m definitely going to pick one up.


#11

That’s pretty cool!


#12

It’s pretty cool at that price point but to my ears the demos of it that I have found sound anemic compared to the 0-Coast – though it has the advantage of being less than half the price.


#13

I think the main draw is the portability. The Volcas are all battery powered.


#14

To be fair I think you have to compare it to units at about the same price point. My first synth (If you want to call it that) was a CASIO VL-1 bought primarily for the purpose of driving my workmates crazy. (it worked!)


I probably should have hung onto it. I can’t believe they’re still selling them used. I think I paid about $30 for it. Not a great synth, but it had a calculator built in. :cowboy_hat_face:


#15

Practical. :hammer_and_wrench: