Limbic Bits Nemesis Brings Instant Sonic Inspiration To Elektron Digitone

Isotonik Studios may be better known for their Ableton Live, Push and Novation Circuit packs, but now they're branching out into Elektron land with their second release, Nemeis for Digitone.  

Following on from their first ever pack catering for Elektron users, Rave Dream for the Model:Samples machine, Isotonik have partnered with Limbic Bits on bringing Nemesis to the Digitone.

Here's what Isotonik Studios tells us about the new pack:

Nemesis for Elektron Digitone is our second collaboration with sound designer Limbic Bits. It contains 128 patches for genres such as Ambient, Electronica as well as (Dub) and Melodic Techno.

Expect haunting drones, mellow strings and granular textures – over forty different pad sounds make for exciting transitions and bring cinematic atmospheres to any track. Choose between 28 leads and 7 Arpeggios for your melody lines and give your tracks a heavy fundament with one of the 22 bass tones.

Producers of Dub Techno and chilled Ambient Dub will find a broad selection of genre typical chord stabs and even dubbier Pads. Although this sound pack has a strong focus on pads, leads and basses there’s also a selection of kicks and percussion sounds included – for those who prefer the all-in-a-box-approach.

For  instant inspiration browse through the eighteen included patterns. We’ve used sound-locks to bring variation into the drum track, meticulously programmed parameter changes and used Digitone’s outstanding sequencer features such as trig-conditions and polymeter rhythms.

Nemesis Sound Pack for Elektron Digitone contains: 

  • 128 patches for genres like Ambient, Dub and Melodic Techno
  • 18 pattern / 20 kits
  • 31 Pads
  • 13 Textures
  • 7 Arpeggios
  • 28 Leads & Dub Chords
  • 22 Bass Sounds
  • 7 Sound Efx
  • 8 Kicks
  • 9 Percussions
  • 3 HiHats





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Now *that* is how you bring out a pack. Elektron could learn from this; include some patterns, kits, etc. Some performance notes would've per voice been nice too.

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