Overbridge for Analog Rytm



The next chapter of Overbridge is here! Sign up to Public beta and get cracking!
Posted 2015-07-15, 19:05

Night of Machines


If you're in the Big Apple, don't miss Night of Machines on July 23rd.

Live performances by Zombie Nation, Aurora Halal, Phil Moffa, Shawn O'Sullivan and Point Loma.

There's also a chance to win an Analog Keys.

Palisades, 906 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11206, Tel: (201) 214-7444, 
Thursday July 23rd 2015- 10pm - 4am

$15 at the door. Arrive early, limited space. Pre-sale tickets available.

Talk about it in this thread.
Posted 2015-06-29, 09:34

True Trance Sound pack for Analog Rytm



The Sound Pack contains a selection of samples, optimized for use on the Analog Rytm. The bundle also includes a custom Analog Rytm project featuring patterns, kits and live-friendly scene and performance macros. All content has been created by Biome Digital and Elektron. The Sound Pack samples will of course also work on the Machinedrum UW and Octatrack, but the Project, Kits, Patterns and macros will only work on the Analog Rytm.

To purchase or listen to sound examples, click here
Posted 2015-07-08, 11:13

Chemical Brothers

Prior to the headline performance at Sonar in Barcelona, Tom Rowlands made sure to reschedule soundcheck in order to be able to pay the Elektron booth a visit, to check out the Overbridge integration and the Rytm. Read what he had to say.
Posted 2015-06-26, 11:45

Plaid Interview


Meet Ed and Andy of Plaid. This week, they took time off from their compulsory musical exploration to discuss intelligent dance music, brainwashing and magic. Read the interview here on Elektronauts.
Posted 2015-06-15, 13:03

Overbridge Public Beta



More details and beta sign up available on the Elektron website 
Posted 2015-06-01, 21:08

Legowelt



Let's hear it for an instinctively musical, highly original and vexingly productive artist: our good friend Legowelt. This week, he rummaged through piles and piles of 3 1/2-inch disks to find some of the most rare, crunchy and distinctive samples he's been using throughout his 20+ year career.

Read a freshly squeezed interview

Check out the fantabulous Legowelt Studio Sound Pack
Posted 2015-05-21, 14:11

Modular festivals in Tokyo and Kyoto



This year, Elektron will participate in the Tokyo Festival of Modular (16-17 May) and the Kyoto Festival of Modular (23-24 May). Expect inventiveness, experimentation and sheer musical joy on both occasions! Find more info on their Facebook page.
Posted 2015-05-11, 12:44

Synchrotron Sound Pack for Analog Keys/Four



Nicholas Lem has created 128 sounds for the Analog Keys/Four. The Synchrotron Sound pack consists of 100% royalty free sounds, ranging from modularesque leads to staticky drums. Like the massively ambitious plasma experiment that lends the pack its name, these sounds inspire further tweakage and experimenation of your own!

Welcome to a selection of sounds of a very promising nature. They take you to a long lost day and age, reminiscent of the early age of electricity. Before the strange invisible fluid called electricity had been fully tamed and defined, it was a wholly benign force. Anyone with a bit of curiosity could experiment and be awed by its seemingly limitless possibilities. Today, electricity is everywhere. It has powered our rise to modernity. But it is also an intimidating power, in theory and practice. It is to be feared, respected and not to be messed with. Not so in the sounds found here. They take you back to the time when electricity was a fun, unfettered mold that you could shape according to your own desire. Tap it from the earth or from the sky. Harness the power of the sun. Make it sing.

Download the pack, watch the promo and listen to sound examples here.
Posted 2015-05-08, 11:18

Klute talk


Klute does drum & bass like no other. The ragamuffin irreverence and rugged individualism that this guy exudes is just not possible to fix in writing. It has to be heard and experienced. Constantly disregarding artistic and musical conventions, always with a big smile on his face. Read on. This is his story of skateboards, samplers and sordid breaking of legs. Click here to read the talk.
Posted 2015-05-07, 14:11