NAMM 2014: Elektron confirms Analog Rytm drum machine

22nd Jan 2014 | 09:34

NAMM 2014: Elektron confirms Analog Rytm drum machine

Taking the view (possibly) that everybody spells 'rhythm' wrong anyway so there's no point in even trying to get it right, Elektron has premiered a teaser video that reveals that the Analog Rytm has the following specs

NAMM 2014: It's out of its perspex box and on the way to Anaheim, and we now know that Elektron's new drum machine is called the Analog Rytm.

Taking the view (possibly) that everybody spells 'rhythm' wrong anyway so there's no point in even trying to get it right, Elektron has premiered a teaser video that reveals that the Analog Rytm has the following specs:

  • 8-voice analogue drum machine
  • Sample support
  • Analogue filter and distortion per voice
  • 12 velocity- and pressure-sensitive pads
  • Reverb and delay send effects
  • Step sequencer
  • Performance-orientated beat control
  • Analogue master compressor and distortion

We'll be getting our first look at the Analog Rytm - and hopefully some pricing and release details - when the NAMM Show opens tomorrow.

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