NAMM 2014: Elektron Analog RYTM Drum Machine

Analog drum synth with sample layer      23/01/14

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Elektron teased us with a masked unboxing video on Monday, and shortly after, another video featuring ballet type dancers - anyone notice a theme? After the announcement of the Analog Keys, we weren't expecting any more products from them for a while. But they broke the mold and annouced the new RYTM - an 8 voice analog drum computer.

With the same parameter lock Elektron sequencer - with 12 tracks to manipulate. A new addition is also the 12 velocity sensitive pads - a new thing for Elektron, plus the Analog distortion and compression to fatten up the sound. Its a performance oriented beat machine according to the blurb.

We caught up with the effortlessly fluent in all things Elektron Cenk, who gave us a demo and showed the features.

 

 

 


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