Elektron Announces Workflow Videos

Final Installment of Music-Making Tutorials Now Available
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Swedish instrument maker Elektron has just released the final installment of the new Workflow video series. Easy to get and highly inspirational real world music making tutorials for the Analog Rytm, Analog Keys/Four, Octatrack, Machinedrum UW, and Monomachine. The series is a must for anyone interested in how to be creative with Elektron machines. Watch the Workflow videos on YouTube.

About Elektron

Elektron creates innovative, user friendly and magic sound sources. Their product lines are widely acclaimed for their stellar sound and unique sequencer capabilities. The company was established in 1998 and consists of a head office located in Gothenburg, Sweden and subsidiaries located in Tokyo, Japan and Los Angeles, USA.

About Analog Rytm

Analog Rytm is an 8 voice analog drum machine with sample support. The analog circuits and the sample engine are ingeniously handled by clever software. Drum pads and an Elektron sequencer provide maximized playability.

About Analog Keys

Analog Keys is a performance optimized analog synthesizer. Four analog voices, digital controls, Elektron sequencing, and unprecedented playability make it an instrument for the expressive musician.

About Analog Four

Analog Four is a four voice analog synthesizer with state-of-the-art digital controls. The power of analog synthesis is enhanced with precise Elektron sequencing, resulting in an analog synthesizer for the modern age.

About Octatrack

Octatrack DPS-1 is an 8 track dynamic performance sampler. Each track offers real-time time stretching and pitch shifting, making the machine ideal for radical audio processing and live oriented sampling.

About Machinedrum

Machinedrum SPS-1UW+ MKII is a world class digital drum machine. The powerful drum synthesis methods in combination with the sampling engine offer unprecedented abilities to create percussive sounds.

About Monomachine
Monomachine SFX-60+ MKII is a six-track digital synthesizer based on five different synthesis methods. Each method covers a particular sonic spectrum, allowing for a very broad range of unique timbres.