I guess I started volcastudio.com when I found out about the volcas through a friend who had them layered over one of their acoustic guitar recordings. I noticed his kick was so fat and asked them how they managed to record it. Low and behold they pulled out a volca drums synthesizer and from then on I was hooked.
I want the Volca Studio page to explore all things volca synthesis, and I want it to be a place where the volca community can drop in and get inspired to try new things with their gear.
Before building the voclastudio.com I played in a few punk bands as a kid. Served in the military for a 6 year stint, and I even opened a few businesses. I have a degree in the arts as well. I was an engineer in the Navy and that is what first spurred me to taking a look inside electronic equipment. I started with small projects and those projects grew in to me repairing phones and other miscellaneous gear people drop or neglected. I began collecting old machines just to take a look inside of them to see how they were engineered. Thus, the nerd was born.
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