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Reverb & Reverse Tips For Korg volca sample
Rounik Sethi on Mon, March 7th | 0 comments
The Korg volca sample has two very powerful and flexible effects: reverb and reverse. In this short video tutorial G.W. Childs demonstrates how to use both effects to their full potential.

The Korg volca sample is the most creative volca to date because it’s an instrument where you really get to create and control the audio content of your performance. In this video tutorial from the complete course volca 104: volca sample Explored, G.W. Childs shares some handy reverb and reverse tips you can use when performing.

Not only can you add reverb to all your sounds, but you can assign the reverb to individual parts. Reverb acts as an auxiliary effect on the volca sample. In short it means you can build “highly ethereal sonic environments or use reverb to build transition effects.” 

The Reverse effect does exactly what you’d expect. Like Reverb, it’s easy to apply Reverse to individual parts of your choice. 

The entire course teaches you how to use every inch of the small but powerful live performance instrument from its front panel controls to its advanced audio processing. You learn how to sample, record patterns, build sequences and interact with all your MIDI and CV-driven devices. By the time you finish this 22-tutorial video course, you will be a volca sample expert!

Watch all the volca sample video tutorials here. 

 

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