Swedish musical instrument company Elektron today launched the new-look Analog Four MKII and Analog Rytm MKII.
Model:Cycles from Elektron is an FM-based instrument with excellent sound scultping and sequencing strings to its bow(s). This short video shows how to quickly add variation and interest to tracks.
Overbridge 2 lets you integrate your Elektron hardware with a computer for maximum creative flexibility. Discover this free standalone app & plugin in this course by Elektron specialist Thavius Beck.
Ready for a game-changing update for your Elektron Digitakt and Digitone? There's some sweet new features including being able to capture audio from compliant USB devices, step recording and more.
With the Octatrack MK2, a powerful 8-track sampler, audio mangler and sequencer being out of stock, one Elektron user is starting to dream of what might be coming next... somewhat tongue-in-cheek.
Imagine a powerful 6-track groovebox with 6 FM synthesis engines and an Elektron sequencer with per-step automation and you've got the Model:Cycles. Watch this to find out if it's good for you.
Look! It's the Elektron Model:Cycles and Model:Samples... but not as you know them.
The exciting new groovebox model:samples has barely been announced and is already sold out from the Elektron webstore! Here's what you need to watch and read about this new music machine.
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.
More flexibile MIDI output, scale per track, parameter randomization and improved graphics are just some of the upgrades Elektron are giving you for free with its latest OS updates.
Oversynth has released 8 new front panel overlays for the Electron Model:Samples. There's three we think are instant hits. They're easy to read in low light, easy to fit, and reasonably priced
This groovebox and drum machine is the most affordable hardware Elektron has ever made. But what can it do? Dave Mech shows you in this video review...
Check out Dave Mech's latest video in which he travels around Slovenia recording sounds and uses them with Elektron's Digitakt to make a techno track.
Elektron adds a powerful new model to its hardware family with Digitone Keys, with dedicated outputs per-track, 8 voices, brand new customizable controls and much more.
Join Dave Mech as he uses field recordings in London and Elektron's Digitakt sampler back in the studio to create some unique textures, loops and beats in this video.