Patches can be shared with other Internet users and imported into the drum machine’s memory.
The author of YouTube channel Oscillatorsink launched online patch editor for the drum machine Korg Volca Drum.
Editor Synthmata exactly repeats the settings section of the drum machine, allows you to configure the patch in the browser window and is completely free. The created patches can not only be saved on a computer for further import into a drum machine, but also be shared with other users of the site or the Internet by creating a special link.
Externally, Synthmata strongly resembles design of Korg Volca Drum drum machine. The editor itself is easy to manage. In addition, service gives a more understandable and detailed picture of the settings. Among the distinctive features is a graphic selector of sound wave shapes, which greatly simplifies process when creating patches.
In the parameters section of the Wave Guide, users can use the Model Type, Decay, Body, and Tune controls. Set is rich and the sound of drum machine can be customized in great detail.
Synthmata editor works around WebMIDI technology. Creator notes that he tested the service in Google Chrome and Opera browsers, however, other browsers will also be able to work with the site if it has support for WebMIDI.