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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Logic PRO X > KORG Volca FM


With the original Volca range, Korg was right there at the peak of the revival of analogue synthesis. With the Volca FM, it’s a different story altogether. Andy Jones looks at the company’s latest mobile synth and unearths some surprises, one being nothing less than the Holy Grail of synthesis: easy FM…


Price £129

Contact Korg 01908 304600


Key Features

3-voice FM synth

32 programs

6 operators, 32 algorithms

16-part sequencer

Pattern-chain up to 256 parts

Arpeggiator: 9 types

Voice modes: Poly, Mono, Unison

Connections: headphone out, Sync in and out (3.5mm jacks)

Effects: chorus

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We have 30 pages of workshops designed to help you to become a Logic Power User. There are also buyers guides, interviews with Logic developers and musicians, plus reviews of the latest software and hardware to use in your Logic studio. WORKSHOPS & TUTORIALS: In The Box Mastering - the new rules explained Reverb and Space Designer - in depth Drum Machine Designer - a masterclass of beats MTF Industry Guru: Spitfire Audio MTF Interview: Haken Mason