Korg Volca Sample V2 Digital Sample Sequencer With Increased Memory

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The original Korg Volca Sample has won over digital artists for its extensive functionality and high-quality drum samples. In this version, new functions have been added to contribute to a deeper sampling experience. The sixteen-step sampler with sixteen responsive step buttons allow players to jump into the sampling experience right away. One hundred preset samples (and fifty custom sample slots) can be tweaked and experimented with using the intuitive interface to introduce different effects such as reverb or reverse. Connectivity with the AudioPocket iOS app allows players to record and load their own samples into the Volca Sample V2 for even more customization. Crafting and performing samples has never been easier than with the Volca Sample V2.

  • 16-step sequencer with 16 step buttons
  • 8 note polyphony
  • 8MB (130 seconds) of sample memory
  • 16 sequencer patterns (10 factory presets)
  • MIDI In
  • Onboard reverb effect
  • Built-in speaker
  • USB connectivity to computer and iOS AudioPocket app
  • 6 x AA battery power or 9 Volt DC power supply (not included)

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