Korg's Volca Keys analog synthesizer is a must-have for any fan of synths, packing huge analog tone and a surprisingly flexible interface into an ultra-affordable and portable package. This 3-note synth has self-tuning analog oscillators for stable pitch, and lets you stack notes to form chord stabs or combine them in unison for huge lead lines. Factor in the fat-sounding filter, delay effect, and a built-in arpeggiator, and you're well on your way to analog synth bliss. Best of all, you can store up to eight of your own patterns for recall anytime with the Korg Volca Keys.
Korg's Volca Keys is quite a flexible synthesizer, despite its compact size. Its 3-voice design lets you create 3-note chords, or combine them in unison for huge lead sounds. Even better, there's a built-in delay effect for incredibly vibrant sounds.
Whether you're playing the built-in ribbon controller or triggering it via an external MIDI controller, the Volca Keys is great for on-the-fly creation. Use the loop sequencer to capture your idea, then use the Motion sequencer to record your knob-turning in real-time. You can easily twist one simple sequence into something entirely new, just one sure sign of a great synthesizer.
With its compact size and optional Volca Power Supply or battery power, the Korg Volca Keys is truly a go-anywhere analog synthesizer. Best of all, it's got the right connections to interface with any of your gear. It's got a MIDI input so you can control it via any MIDI sequencer, and it even has Sync I/O so it can play in time with Korg's Monotribe and Monotron analog synthesizers. Or simply create whatever synth sounds you like, then sample them for sequencing elsewhere.
|Type||Analog Loop Synthesizer|
|Analog Inputs||1 x 1/8" (sync)|
|Analog Outputs||1 x 1/8" (sync)|
|Headphones||1 x 1/8" (headphones)|
|Power Supply||6 x AA Alkaline or KA-350 AC Adapter (not included)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||VOLCAKEYS|