Twisted Electrons deton8


#1

I use to make all my music on an MPC. Now that I’m into mixing and sequencing live analog synths and drum machines, I’m more excited about samplers like this.


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#3

What is this? I can’t find any info!


#4

Yeah. It’s only recently that I’ve come to this realization regarding my sampler needs. With all this Elektron gear, and analog machines coming out left and right, the thing I like most is how you can spontaneously/organically twist knobs, and take advantage of how those analog sounds dynamically react. It’s just a shame to freeze them in one particular state as samples.


#5

If it’s a 8 at the end it’s probably come from, i guess we see and Acid8 on the bottom :

acid8, Devon8 etc…


#7

Yet to be released prototype from Twisted Electrons. I expect an analog filter(s), and lo-fi something or other.


#8

I wish he’d also continue developing the AY3. I love mine but always felt it could go further with firmware refinements…

EDIT: wohoo, new OS has been released over a year ago! Unfortunately nothing major, seems only to be bugfixes etc


#9

I know what it is, I took the photo! :slight_smile: Was at a “modular noise” kind of meeting in Berlin. They said its a sampler with sequencer end build in effects but unfortunately could not tell much more because it was a very early prototype.
Same size as the acid8 by the way


#10

How’s the workflow? Is it just freedom with parameters? Timestretch? Better for beats/percussion than loops? Is this more of a soundsource than workflow staple? external storage? Internal based? How does this sound compared to the Toraiz?


#11

Sorry, down in this basement it was so loud that I could hardy breath… so no idea of how the sound might be :wink:
I can remember that it had an sd-card and the guy mentioned something about parameter locking and resampling but as it was a really early prototype I could not play with it myself and I guess that nothing was really final there


#12

Don’t know anything about it yet, but I’m guessing it’s going to be under $500, and it’s going to be more like a classic Electribe workflow than anything else I can think of. I wouldn’t expect a ton of features, but perhaps a ton clever tricks.


#13

Ah! For some reason I thought it you were testing it.

Thanks for the speculation!


#14

Looks interesting more details going to be announced at NAMM?


#15

based on the buttons and knobs , and similarity to acid 8 , i think most features are obvious.
acid 8 is pretty straight forward

i’m going to assume its got 16 samples , probably banks , and might step sequence each of the knob parameters

i like his new metal box designs though ive already got old acid 8 and therapsid


#16

Probably a mirage clone


#17

A compact sampler with analog filter(s)? “crush,” “buzz,” and “break” effects? hmm…


#18

Finally coming?


#19

this looks like a nice box but the tech spec doesnt specify that the drums are samples , though i suspect they are based on the audio demo.
the other question is how the samples are modified via the sound variation knob , as it specifies slightly different functions based on which drum sound its being used on.

i’m assuming that , similar to digitakt , the tracks are labelled bass,snare etc but not limited.
i like their boxes and the smaller form factor looks well built.


#20

so is the wavetable synthesis (for some reason) referring to some of the glitch effects scanning the sample rather than actual drum synthesis?


#21

Definitely curious about this as I really like my Acid8 and it seems really focused on live tweaking. There is a product page:

It suggests that the synth channel is a wavetable based on the NES. It also mentions being able to load multiple kits which are listed so I dunno if that means they are preset or if you can load your own.

Looking forward to finding out more about this…


#22

ah gotcha