200 Handcrafted Volca Sample Second Generation Sounds
Format: VLCSPLLIB Project file for the Korg Volca Sample Second Generation Librarian Manager.
Instant download after purchase.
These 200 sounds are created and combined with the goal to give you the maximum flexibility. Analogue Drum Sounds crafted with the MFB Tanzbär and the Behringer RD 8 Spiced up with a range of outboard gear.
The synth sounds and basses come from the Moog Mother 32, DSI Prophet 12, Korg MS2000R, Behringer Odyssee, Behringer Crave.
Various kicks, claps, snares, hats, and LOADS of melodic synth stabs, plucks, short and long…. that match a wide variety of musical genres.
All tonal Samples are pitched to match perfectly. This way, you can create melodies and harmonies in seconds without effort.
This VLCSPLLIB sample pack will let you go into a different zone in minutes!
To get you started even faster we have included pre-programmed Patterns to inspire you.
Load the project. Hit transfer. Go nuts.
200 Samples mapped into one Volca Sample Librarian Manager project (.vlcspllib).
- Synth Stabs
- Bass sounds
- Metallic Madness
These Volca Sample 2 Second Generation Sounds are
- designed to squeeze the maximum out of your Korg Volca Sample 2
- the ultimate fast pass – we did all the work so you can skip right to the fun part
- the whole spectrum of sounds and characters are covered
- custom recorded
- 100% exclusive
Instant download after purchase.
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The story behind this Volca Sample Second Generation Sample Pack
This Pack is well-rounded with a lot of tonal synth sounds and drums that play along nicely. This is our first sample pack for the new generation of the Korg Volca Sample 2. We packed 200 sounds into this kit and this makes it so much more versatile because we loaded it with short, medium, and “Long” synth sounds. More space more fun but also way more work to just get it perfect. We are convinced you will enjoy this pack as much as we do.
The way we approach creating the Sounds for the Korg Volca Sample 2
We use the Volca Sample in a lot of different scenarios. Every use case is different. To provide the maximum possible benefit, we found that the selection of the Sounds has to be optimized accordingly. That’s why we create our Sound Packs around the way they will be used. This pack’s focus was to be as flexible as possible in electronic musical genres. We managed Acid to Reggae while field testing this sample pack. We are super curious about what you will create with our first volca sample second generation sample pack.
What all our Volca Sample Sounds have in common
The experience that led to their creation. It was all a dream. The first pattern you created. That crappy snare drum you put on the backbeat. The ridiculous amount of bass you boosted on that Kick. The unique high you first felt when creating sound.
TO CULTIVATE THIS BUZZ
That is what we set out to do. Actually, this is not only about us, meaning the two of us. It’s about us in the sense of everyone that shares this experience.
All our Volca Sample Sound Packs are created to provide you with:
We record and generate sounds. We process them. Carefully curate them. We got all the systemizing done already. It makes sense from the start. No time wasted. Powerful possibilities to morph and merge the sonic character into your personal soundscape.
LAYERS OF HAPPINESS
You probably already have a setup that works. A signature sound. You want to double up, every single time. Extra layers in seconds. No Screen. No mouse. That little extra which sets your sound apart from your last jam.
DOPE VIBES ONLY
Jamming with electronic instruments gives you an unprecedented number of options. Without compromising sonic quality. Being the control freaks, we have always been, that did sound perfectly good to us – in the first place.
But when you are in the zone, milking the cow of creativity, all those choices can be tiresome. Right?
HITTING A WALL
After two decades of Electronic Music production, we’ve had enough. Fed up with preset skipping and sample digging. We heard it all before. We even quit. Then, after a full year, lightning struck.
No Screens. All Ears. In the Loop. Constantly on play. In the zone. Grooving. Build from the ground up. With the right building blocks.