MATRIXSYNTH: Korg Volca Jam #04 | Volca - Beats, Bass, Keys, Sample | Behringer Xenyx 1002B

Monday, June 26, 2017

Korg Volca Jam #04 | Volca - Beats, Bass, Keys, Sample | Behringer Xenyx 1002B

Published on Jun 26, 2017 Dub Cousteau

"This is a live jam with a setup of a Korg Volca Beats, a Volca Bass, a Volca Sample and a Volca Keys. Bass, Keys and Volca Sample are connected to a Behringer Xenyx 1002B Mixer for mixing and send/return effects coming from a TC Electronic M300 multifffect unit (delay and reverb). The output of the Xenyx 1002B and of the Korg Volca Beats connected to Behringer DDM4000 Dj mixer. The DDM 4000 adds som delay on the master and used for some DJ EQ-ing.

I used the pan function of the Korg Volca Sample to get two seperated outputs, one with chord sounds and one with hihats and some percussions. I always need additonal hihats and a shaker :)

The MIDI controller is used to control paramters of the Volca Sample and the Volca Beats, mostly track volumen. I used a Patchblock with MIDI in and out to do some MIDI mapping, so for example one Knob of the MIDI controller can control track volumen of the SD, HT and LT at once.

To all this, a mp3 player with a drone sound is connected to another patchblock, this one is synced to the volcas and can record filter its movements."

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