I really like the analog feeling of the Volca Beats. You pretty much get a light-sounding 808 for 100 pounds. It doesn't sound really professional so don't expect it to substitute for a drummer or for a (much) more expensive drum-machine. But it is certainly fun to play with and probably a good choice for starting up in analog-drum-beats making.
G.E. - 25/6/2014
great product, fun, sounds great and awesome features.
P.L. - 19/6/2014
Bit limited for my needs
M.W. - 17/6/2014
Very good product at the price
M.B. - 5/11/2013
Volca Beats: As with most things, you get what you pay for. If you're in the market for a dead serious drum machine, this may -not- be the one for you. The snare is VERY weak, but thankfully the rest of the sounds, both analog and PCM, are reasonable, and the kick is great. Sequencer is also quite fun and very easy to use, motion sequencing and the delay are both interesting features.
<br/>Overall, if you want something with an impressive sound, you'll probably want to move on - it's ultimately worth the price though, for the sound it does have and for ease of use, plus the MIDI in.