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Overview

Volca Keys is a long-awaited synthesizer that adds a new chapter to the long and storied history of Korg’s analogue synthesizers. Volca keys is a 27-key analogue lead synth that generates unbelievably powerful sound from its compact body. Starting with a filter section that uses the circuitry of the legendary miniKORG700S (1974), it delivers astonishing sound that takes full advantage of Korg’s half-century of know-how in circuit design.
With a simple structure that includes delay effect and a sequencer, it’s also an ideal choice as a first analogue synth. It offers the richly expressive sounds that are distinctive of an analogue synth, providing the enjoyment of simple yet deep sound-creation.

  • Simple three-voice analog synthesizer
  • Voicing function lets anyone create sounds easily
  • Delay effect for even more sonic possibilities
  • Loop sequencer lets you record phases just as you play them
  • Use the Motion Sequence function to meticulously craft your loops
  • Use the Active Step function and Flux function to add dynamic change to your sequences
  • Self-tuning function overcomes pitch drift – the weak point of an analogue synth
  • SYNC jack and MIDI IN connector allow synchronised performances with multiple units or with your DAW
  • Compact size, battery-powered operation, and built-in speaker for enjoyment anywhere

 

Spec

Synthesizer Type Analogue
Max Polyphony 3 voices
Structure 3VCO, 1VCF, 1VCA, 1LFO, 1EG
VCO Wave Types Sawtooth, Square
Effects Delay: Time, Feedback, Temp Sync
Squencer Steps 16
Recording Patterns 8
Audio Output Headphones (1/8-Inch stereo mini jack)
Sync In (1/8-Inch monaural mini jack, Maximum input level: 20V)
Sync Out (1/8-Inch monaural mini jack, Maximum Output level: 5V)
Power AA x6 Alkaline (Approx 10hrs life)
Dimensions 193 × 115 ×46 mm
Weight 377g

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