Whether they’re a gear nerd or a gear noob, the type of gear an artist uses has a huge impact on their signature sound. In this regular series called My Gear, Noisegate picks the brains of exciting and diverse artists for a behind-the-scenes scoop on
Back in 2013, Korg released the first of their now extensive Volca line, the Bass, Keys and Beats. People went crazy for them, and they’re still very popular today. Back then I was making a lot of techno, so the Volca Bass was super appealing
Being less bound by traditional song structure and very friendly to on-the-fly improvisation, Techno is a genre of music that lends itself extremely well to hardware music gadgets. Even the weirdest bleeps, bloops and textures can find a home in Techno, in fact, they’re encouraged.
Korg Australia have put their heads together and come up with some Volca combo packs, each with a Volca Mix and a free Sequenz case! Here I’m taking the Classic, Producer and Drum Pack for a spin. This is a killer way to dive into