Elektron Syntakt Trademark Speculations [closed]

thanks, I used the Rytm for some time so this gives me some perspective

guess we can assume the inside of that chassis is a lot more full than the Digitakt lmao

vs 6 on the cycles

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…wondering how the device will handle polyphony - hopefully not like the DT

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and it’s rated 2A vs Digitone/Digitakt 1A, definitely needs more juice to work

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No overbrige, only USB Audio? Or I miss something?

they say 8 digital VOICES and 4 analog VOICES. I think this offers clue about potential polyphony

What are disabled? Could you please explain? Never heard of those

On the Rytm you can use a “disabled” machine to disable synthesis and work only with samples, for instance.

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Apparently you can disable a machine entirely in Rytm. Just means it’s not used I think.

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Ah thanks I see

no sign of any unwanted SaaS so far, so thats :+1: :+1: :+1: :+1: :+1:

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I can’t wait to find out

although I recognize I would pay for additional more specific machines in the same way I sometimes have paid for presets…

Looks like the Electron unveiling will be a damp squid at this rate with the retailers leaking the specs :slight_smile:

Can’t they just send them them the name / price and product category in advance and hold off on images and specs LOL

yeah - they might try and get us that way.

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Anyone know if any of the ‘machines’ on their older legacy products MachineDrum etc incorporate the ability to playback samples? That would give the best of all worlds…

DJ Tech Tools has a pre-order page up.

A handful from the AR, probably everything from the MC, a handful from the MD and maybe even a few brand new ones.