Korg Volca FM Synthesizer Module at a Glance:
Easier to program than a DX7
The classic FM synthesizer that electronic musicians know and love is the Yamaha DX7, and it's just as famous for being difficult to program as it is for its iconic sound. The Korg Volca FM packs the same sound engine based around six operators, and its streamlined control set makes it much easier to program your own sounds from scratch. From percussion and effects to Reese bass and more, you can dial in classic FM synth sounds and save 32 of your favorites for instant recall.
Tap into three decades of sound design
The original DX7 played a big role in shaping the sound of the '80s Michael Jackson's "Bad," Kenny Loggins' "Danger Zone," and Tina Turner's "What's Love Got to Do with It." It says a lot that over 30 years later diehard DX7 fans are still creating new sounds and sonic textures with the original DX7. The Korg Volca FM allows you to load DX7 patches via SYS-EX/SYS files - there are countless patches available online, giving you an abundance of sounds to play with.
Like the rest of the Volca series, Korg's Volca FM can run off six AA batteries for truly portable operation. And its compact size makes it easy to integrate with the rest of your electronic gear. A sync cable is included to easily synchronize tempo with other Volca modules.
Korg Volca FM Synthesizer Module Features:
It's never been easier to get into FM synthesis than with the Korg Volca FM synth module.
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