VolcaJam IV Competition Results Announced - Hear The Winning Entries

Three lucky winners submitted their live Volca jams and won a pile of goodies including an Ask.Audio Academy 1-year subscription. Read on to see and hear the winning entries.  

We recently told you about an opportunity to win a whole heap of goodies by submitting your Volca Jam videos to the Volcajam group - you can read the original article here: https://ask.audio/articles/make-a-volca-jam-video-and-win-a-years-askaudio-academy-pass-volca-mix-and-midi-gear

Well now, the results are in! And there are three very happy musicians ready to take delivery of their prizes. Here's who won, and the tracks that got them over the line.

1st Place : Diego Milazzo


  •     AskAudio Academy Annual Membership.
  •     Korg Volca Mix.    
  •     An analogue performance mixer that completes your volca setup.
  •     Retrokits RK-005.
  •     Standalone USB MIDI Host, Class Compliant USB MIDI Interface. MIDI I/O + Gate   
  •     Zerack 6xVolca Stand *volcas not included*
  •     MDF Stand for 6 korg volcas
  •     myVolts Coloured Jack Cables
  •     6x Coloured mini jack cables, one jack is angled.

2nd Place : Ron Ramos


  •     AskAudio Academy Annual Membership.    
  •     Rakits Metal Synth Kit. *This is a kit which needs assembling*
  •     Polivok’s inspired filter. punchy AD envelope to produce a variety of percussive sounds.
  •     Sequenz Volca case
  •     Dedicated carrying case for the KORG volca series.
  •     myVolts Hot Tip
  •     Power Supply Tester, Polarity Indicator LED.

3rd Place : Jeremy Lins


  •     AskAudio Academy Annual Membership.
  •     myVolts PSU with 5xSplitter *PSU plug will be suited to your country UK/EU/US*
  •     Power up to 5 Korg Volcas from one 9V power adaptor!
  •     myVolts Hot Tip
  •     Power Supply Tester, Polarity Indicator LED.

Well done to the winners and for everyone who entered - there's always the next one! In the meantime, why not brush up your skills for a chance of winnning, with dedicated courses on making music with the volca units, using the link below.

Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More


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