Korg Volca Kick - Analog Kick Generator

Korg Volca Kick - Analog Kick Generator

Korg Volca Kick - Analog Kick Generator

Korg Volca Kick - Analog Kick Generator

Korg Volca Kick - Analog Kick Generator

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  • Analog Bass Synthesis
  • Self-Tuning Oscillators
  • 3 Analog Oscillators
  • Built-In 16-Step Sequencer
  • 8 Memory Patches
  • Sync Multiple Volca Instruments
  • Built-In Speaker
  • Battery or AC Power
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Korg VOLCAKICK overview

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The Volca Kick - Analog Kick Generator from Korg features an analog circuit based on the powerful resonant sound of the original MS-20 filter and creates a wide range of kick sounds only possible through analog circuitry. Possible tones range from solid kick drums to crisp kick basses. The integrated 16-step sequencer features Touch FX, which lets you control an effect instantly, giving you unprecedented live performance potential. Pattern chaining allows you to create a large-scale structure of 256 steps (16 steps x 16 patterns). The unit can also be controlled with its multi-touch keys allowing for pitched sequences for creating kick-basslines well suited for trap and grime.

Designed with a straightforward structure, the Volca Kick utilizes the MS-20 Resonator (Pitch/Bend/Time) to generate the core tone, while the Pulse Color/Level adds the initial attack and the Amp Attack/Decay adjusts the decay of the sound. Use the Drive and Tone controls to add multiple stages of distortion and adjust the high frequencies. The unit can receive MIDI from an external controller or DAW via its 5-pin DIN connector. Multiple units from the Volca line can be clock-synced with the 1/8" Sync In and Out connectors. It can be powered by the included six AA batteries or with the optional KA-350 AC adapter.

  • Analog kick sounds generated by MS-20 filter oscillation
  • Aggressively control the sound using Drive and Tone
  • Powerful kick-bass that rules the beat
  • 16-step sequencer allows automation of all parameters
  • Active Step generates new beats and bass lines by removing or inserting steps
  • Use Accent, Slide, and Bend Reverse to power-up your sequences
  • Touch FX controls real-time sequence effects for instant cuts, breaks, and fills
  • Playback can be synchronized with another unit
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Korg Volca Kick - Analog Kick Generator
  • 6 x AA Alkaline Batteries
  • Sync Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Korg VOLCAKICK specs

    Keyboard Multi-touch Keyboard with Step Key
    Synthesizer Type Analog
    Structure VCF (no input MS-20 Rev1 filter as resonator)
    Pulse Generator
    Analogue Drive
    Analogue Tone
    Resonator MS-20 Resonator: Pitch/Octave, Bend, Time
    Operating Pulse Width Pulse: Color, Level
    Amplifier Attack, Decay
    Tone Tone: Low-Pass Filter, 12 dB/Oct
    Drive: Yes
    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
    Connectors 1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Stereo Mini Jack Headphone Output
    1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mono Mini Jack Sync In
    1x 1/8" (3/5 mm) Mono Mini Jack Sync Out
    1x 5-Pin DIN MIDI In
    Power Supply 6x AA Alkaline or Nickel-Metal Hybrid Batteries
    Optional KA-350 Adapter (9 VDC)
    Battery Life 10 Hours (Approximate, Using Alkaline Batteries)
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 7.61 x 4.54 x 1.82" (193 x 115 x 46 mm)
    Weight 13.3 oz (377.0 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.75 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.4 x 5.9 x 2.9"

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