Integrating and expanding its popular VOLCA range Korg introduce VOLCA MIX.
The Korg VOLCA range changed what people thought possible from modern analog hardware when they were launched back in 2013. With a diminutive footprint and a price tag to match, but still able to offer considerable sonic power and flexibility in each of its diverse versions, the VOLCA range promptly found thousands of friends from people buying their very first bit of hardware to, well, Daft Punk.
In terms of the feature set it offers, it may not be the exact recipe you dreamed of, or indeed were expecting, but the boffins at KORG are on point with this, and you will find it really is the recipe that you need. Master clock, smart dynamics including side chain, ‘Width’ (a sort of spacial expander that makes a mono sound source into a wide stereo signal), power distribution, allowing the connection and synchronization and audio mixing of three other other Volca’s, or any audio source you may have for that matter.
The way it will sit with 3 other VOLCA units is super smart and practical, and if you need more inputs because you have a larger VOLCA collection, or have other hardware you wish to attach, you can simply buy another VOLCA MIX. The KORG VOLCA MIX hails a new level of integration of this fabulous, accessible and engaging range, and we cannot wait to see in what ways KORG takes this wonderful little line forward next.