Digitakt carry bag or case


#112

https://www.elektron.se/accessories/carry-bag-small-ecc-3/

foam will not protect your encoders the way decksaver does


#113

http://zebracase.com/zebracase-products.htm. The Z12 Compact looks great for the Digitakt, and relatively cheap. Too bad their number doesn’t work for me, and they haven’t emailed me back.


#114

This cheap GoPro Bag is brilliant!
Search for “followsun 7in1” and go for the big version (around 10 Euro).


#115

That’s really sick… What’s that app?


#116

I‘m using a Magma Riot Heaphone Bag Pro!
Fits perfect. Still space for some cables in a separate pocket, power plug next to Digitakt!


#117

Any ideas for carrying a DT DN combo?


#118

Yes 2 x anything you like above :kissing_heart:


#119

Yes, the bento bag, suggested here by @AdamJay Digitakt carry bag or case


#120

Didn’t notice this bag was expandable when it was originally posted. This is a great option for 2 digi sized machines.


#121

nice! thanks!


#122

Here’s mine

You can find it here: https://www.thomann.de/pl/flyht_pro_wp_safe_box_3_ip65.htm

I highly recommend it! It’s really solid and well made. It comes with several layers of foam which is perforated so you can easy cut it to fit your needs.


#123

nice. whats the Rode doing there?


#124

Its for my iphone. I hoped it would work with DT but unfortunately it doesn’t :frowning: It needs external power. In case of phone it takes power from it, looks like it’s not the case with DT (maybe I need trrs 1/4 jack for that?). Btw if anyone knows that it actually works, let me know.


#125

hmm, curious. Whats the model?


#126

Rode VideoMicro http://www.rode.com/microphones/videomicro


#127

Question: Where do I get foam padding that can be cut to shape?

I have an old hard case that would fit nicely, but I don’t know how to find the material for padding.


#128

Amazon


#129

eBay too


#130

https://www.muji.com/sg/products/cmdty/detail/4549337845947

Basically same as me. Got a tool box and filled it with bubble wrap. Heavy as hell tho.


#131

For that microphone or any others that take “plug-in power” you can get adapters that provide that from a AA cell or other power supply. Just google “phantom power electret microphone” and you’ll see a variety of solutions for this problem. You can also use this mic into something like a cheap Zoom recorder or even a Sony portable voice recorder and back into your DT from that device’s headphone output. I don’t have a DT but I’ve used my Sony lecture recorder to provide this power to lavaliers that need the same sort of minijack psuedo-phantom power (~1-3VDC normally). You can also build a simple circuit to do that if you’re handy and have the parts laying around.

Regarding the carry cases (to stay on topic): does anybody here use the actual Elektron-provided newer series of cases (the ECC-3 or ECC-4)? I’m looking for feedback on those before I decide what to get, but I like the format and it looks like the ECC-4 can carry a laptop too? Or am I interpreting the promo photos wrong?