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Volca Share is a digital patch sheet tool that makes storing and sharing your patches easier than ever.

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Bass Patches

by Revengeday on September 13, 2020
Use the Pitch and Cutoff controls to create the maximum experience.
by mcfrsvn on March 15, 2020
Pulse bass on m4 note, all steps activated on 120bpm. What is cool is to shut down the sustain after a while.
by hotlava69 on November 4, 2018
Hold down FUNC button and turn LFO rate knob until the display reads "rt.04" In the recording, saturation, a delay send, and reverb are applied.
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Keys Patches

by Jon_Medina on November 4, 2020
Typical Pluck used in a lot of Progressive House songs. Típico Pluck utilizado en gran cantidad de temas Progressive House.
by hotlava69 on August 22, 2020
Hold down the the C note (m5 key). I got this sound from using the randomize button.
by hotlava69 on August 7, 2020
The thing that gives it a tom sound is the EG with a short delay/release acting on the VCO pitch, making the pitch fall quickly with each note.
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What's a Korg Volca?

Korg Volcas are a relatively simple but powerful line of analog synthesizers, released by Korg in 2013. Known as "gadget-class" synthesizers, their affordability and built-in sequencer helped introduce synthesizers to a wider audience.

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Why share patches?

Although relatively simple, the number of parameters on the Volcas enable endless variations in timbre that you can't save and recall later. Instead of taking a photo of the synth or writing the values down on paper, VolcaShare allows you to save the settings of the Volca for organization and sharing, and even let's you automatically recall parameters via WebMIDI.

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VolcaShare is open source and free software, driven strictly by a passion for synthesizers, computing, and community.

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