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Elektron Analog Rytm MKII

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Vörunúmer: ADS-8 MKII

Eight voice analog drum machine & sampler A different drum – Fuse distinctive analog percussion with digital samples. Bring in the power of sequencing and performance controls. The Analog Rytm MKII is a one-stop solution beat machine. True analog punch Feel the depth of booming kick drums, the snarling bite of snares, the bellow of cavernous toms, and the airy shimmer of hi-hats. What really sets the Analog Rytm MKII apart is its supreme analog sound. Pick from multiple uniquely tuned synthesis models for varied percussive sounds and more. Fine-tune to your liking and get working. More than a drum machine For ultimate creative versatility, you can layer digital samples on top of analog synthesis. Capture your own sounds, or use pre-recorded material, to make these fused beats as smooth, as rough, as realistic, or as fantastic as you’d like. Then process that ear-watering combination through analog filters and overdrive on each track for jaw-dropping results. To finish off, send all 12 tracks through the Analog Distortion and Compressor circuits while adding shimmer and glitter with the digital send FXs. The Dual VCO synth engine adds a whole other bass or melodic level to your compositions. Performance first When you have your refined sounds ready to go, release them with precision using the twelve velocity-sensitive pads. Or perform detailed programming using the all-powerful Elektron sequencer. Class Compliant USB Audio gives you the freedom to connect to a compatible phone, tablet, or computer, and record or process your audio easier than ever before. Or add software app superpowers to give you untold parameter possibilities: more modulation, more LFOs, more magic. Playability in focus Spontaneous performance or meticulous composition: it’s up to you. Whatever your approach, you’ll be able to pull on a variety of unique playability features to uncover the next happy accident. Add some controlled randomness with Trig probability.