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Korg Volca Mix

We take a look at the latest in the Korg Volca series in our new First Look video...

Korg's Volca series has become extremely popular for its small size, small price tag and huge sound. The fully analogue micro machines are capable of...

The portable mixer ties together the mini Volca range...

Korg have unveiled the Volca Mix – a miniature performance mixer aimed at tying together their range of Volca synths and drum machines. The mixer features...

Korg release new mini FM Synth

Korg continue to lead the pack when it comes to their miniature synthesis range with the release of the new Volca FM.

Get that classic analogue bass sound...

When it dropped last year, the Korg Volca Bass synthesiser caused quite a stir among producers. Styled like a miniature TB–303 the Volca is a...

The Volca Drum and Volca Modular have joined the micro machine range...

Korg have introduced two new Volca units in the form of Volca Modular and Volca Drum. The Volca Drum joins the Kick and Beats as...

Volca FM 2

Korg has announced a new version of the Volca FM.


The Volca FM 2 serves as an update to the first Volca FM — a...

Korg’s Volca range packs huge sounds into tiny packages

It is no secret that the Japanese are obsessed with miniaturisation and Korg are a company that reflects this trait, having gone from producing truly...

Check out the new additions to Korg's electronic music production range...

Korg just can’t do anything wrong in our eyes, and the announcement of three new products makes us very happy indeed.

Following in the footsteps of the Korg mini KP, the new portable battery-powered toy from Korg is a Dynamic Phrase Synthesizer.

The Tech Award winning Mini-KP had practically all the great effects of its bigger brother, the Kaoss Pad 3. But along with sampling, the Mini-KP's...

Mini Korg controllers up for grabs

Korg have kindly offered DJ Mag readers the chance to win a selection of their rather cool limited edition microKEY controller keyboards as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations.

Small is beautiful as Korg extend the Kaoss Pad line with their latest cute-as-a-button effects processor...

Controlled Kaoss

Korg is looking to create maximum Kaoss with its all-new KP3+ flagship effects unit...

Kings of the road

Once upon a time DJs roamed the planet with boxes filled with enough vinyl to cripple a sherpa and synthesisers that were so big and heavy they required two roadies to wrestle them onto the stage. Fortunately, these days, all it takes is a laptop with a couple of controllers plugged into the USB ports to do the job. Korg have been around since the beginning of the electronic music revolution, and while once they were manufacturers of hardware behemoths, they have kept abreast of the times by releasing a wide range of products in both hardware and software formats, from bulky workstation synthesisers designed to live in a studio to their micro range of keyboards, which are the perfect size and weight to be taken on the road.

Stanton’s new MIX! software is ideal for reviving the lost art of the mixtape, but what other uses does it have?

Stanton’s new MIX! software is a slightly different take on DJing in the digital domain. It’s not out to replace or even threaten Serato, Native...

The new Kaoss Pad 3 has landed – with impact. We check it out and report from the frontline with Product.01.