The Perfect Live Setup // Dawless Studio Rig

Published on May 19, 2019
This is my new favorite live performance setup, fully dawless, easy to make house music and anything really. All you need is a synth, sampler, and drum machine. Thats it!

Elektron Octatrack, Moog Sirin, and Novation Circuit.

Analog Four (jam/sound demo)

Published on May 15, 2019 MrGOFIOvideos

“It’s a kind of demo of the A4. A little of compression and eq effects were added to the recording.”

DSI/Sequential Prophet 6 & Elektron Analog Heat

Published on May 13, 2019 3rdStoreyChemist

Elektron University: Octatrack Lesson 1 – Basics

Published on May 6, 2019 Professor Elektron

“Elektron University is a series of online courses designed to get you the most out of your Elektron machines. Sign up here: *not affiliated with Elektron*

This is the first video in the Octatrack series, which covers the basics of the machine. Sign up now to get the next five videos in the series!”

Superbooth 2019 – Day 1 | No Talking | KORG, Dreadbox, Elektron, Waldorf

Published on May 9, 2019 JustMusic

On Day 1 of Superbooth 2019 we took a look at the KORG Minilogue XD, Dreadbox Hypnosis, Elektron Digitone Keys and Waldorf KYRA.

KORG Minilogue XD – 0:00
Elektron Digitone Keys – 0:49
Dreadbox Hypnosis – 2:57
Waldorf KYRA – 3:57

Elektron Digitone Keys Sounds

Published on May 8, 2019 Perfect Circuit

“Read our article about the Digitone Keys here:…

Elektron has a new version of the Digitone that has a built in keyboard as well as a few other extras including individual stereo outs for all four channels and extra modulation controls. There are 8 knobs above the keyboard that control a preset set of voice

Elektron launches Digitone Keys polyphonic digital synthesizer

Elektron Digitone Keys feat

Elektron has announced the release of its brand new eight voice polyphonic digital synthesizer, the Digitone Keys. The 37-key velocity and pressure sensitive keyboard with aftertouch gives you a whole new level of expression and control of the Digitone’s intuitive sound engine, representing our vision of how FM synthesis can be revitalized and modernized. “We […]

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Elektron turns Digitone into a polysynth keyboard

Elektron have taken one of their more inspiring recent products and added a keyboard. The result – an 8-voice polyphonic keyboard for 1320EUR, and a bunch of new playing features.

So yes, Elektron continues the move away from the company that makes powerful but mysterious boxes to something more hands-on. We’re going from menu diving to actually playing.

And indeed, it’s now the age of the polysynth. 8 voices for just over a grand ain’t so bad.

The Digitone was already sonically one of the most compelling instruments to come out of Gothenburg yet – a unique, powerful FM synth, so capable of all kinds of ringing, special timbres. Elektron haven’t been terribly creative with how they took the Digitone interface and made it a keyboard. A first glance shows something that looks like a fake image someone mocked up on Reddit.

But take a second look, and what you see is – lots of additional playing controls, a shallow design that keeps everything within reach (rather than putting all those buttons above the keys), and some new ways to play and connect Digitone.

In short, what’s new:

Multimap – basically think regions/splits on the keyboard, but which work for patterns as well as timbres

Eight assignable knobs (not on the original)

New portamento/arpeggio features

Per-track, separate outputs – making this ideal for people who like to use hardware effects

But the sum total of this is special – all the pattern and parameter lock features of an Elektron box, plus a bunch of keyboardist-friendly features. The Analog Keys was a first stab at this, but the Digitone Keys doubles the polyphony and looks friendlier.

Product image reveals where this product was possibly found – is that the cave Thor goes to? The bottom of … a magic Norse grotto? Don’t know?

Full specs – yep, now I copy/paste. Stay tuned, as I’m heading over to see Elektron’s new studio in Berlin – further cementing our dear home as the electronic music capital of the world. (Though, please y’all, I love Sweden, too! Don’t take away an excuse to go there!)

Synth voice features
8 voice polyphony (4-part multitimbral)
Multiple FM algorithms
Multiple operator harmonics
1 × multimode filter per voice
1 × base-width filter per voice
1 × overdrive per voice
2 × assignable LFO per voice
2048 patch storage capacity on the +Drive

4 × synth tracks
4 × MIDI tracks
Arpeggiator per synth track
Polyphonic sequencing
Individual track lengths
Parameter locks
Micro timing
Trig conditions
Sound per step change
128 × projects on the +Drive
8 × Banks 16 × patterns per project
Send & master effects
Panoramic Chorus send effect
Saturator Delay send effect
Supervoid Reverb send effect
Overdrive master effect

37-key semi-weighted, velocity sensitive keyboard with aftertouch
Assignable pitch and modulation wheels
8 × user assignable rotary encoders
2 × 1/4” impedance balanced main out jacks
8 × 1/4” impedance balanced track out jacks
1 × 1/4” stereo headphone jack
2 × 1/4” audio in jacks
2 × 1/4” CV/Expression/Sustain jacks
128 × 64 pixel OLED screen
48 kHz, 24-bit D/A and A/D converters
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port
MIDI In/Out/Thru with DIN Sync out
Physical specifications
Sturdy steel casing
Dimensions: W868 × D185 × H90 mm (including knobs, feet, and jacks)
Weight: approximately 6 kg

Dedicated MIDI controller mode
Overbridge enabled
3 year Elektron warranty

Included in the box
Power Supply PSU-3b
Elektron USB cable

Look forward to checking this out in person; I hear they will have it for us today in Berlin.

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MIDERA | The Seiche

Published on May 6, 2019 MIDERA

Elektron Analog Keys
Korg ESX

“My camera stopped recording – I had recorded about 20 takes, I gave up. Sorry.”

Elektron Octatrack MkII – Loaded + Lid + Wooden ends

via this auction

“64GB flash card loaded with 15GB of paid sample sets from Electron, Loopmasters and others.

Elektron accessories: USB cable, factory power adapter, Plexi lid

Plus custom wooden ends to raise it up

Original OT Manual + OT2 printed manual and power user guides and tips as shown.”