Elektron gives its Analog Four and Analog Rytm a sleek black makeover

Both devices also receive new patterns, kits and backlit RGB buttons.

Elektron’s Analog Four polysynth and Analog Rytm drum machine have received a new makeover. Both devices now sport a sleek black aesthetic and backlit RGB buttons.

The refresh also brought on some additional new content to the devices. Customers will find new patterns and kits loaded onto their Analog devices from Eraldo Bernocchi, Lucifer’s Aid, Spit Mask, and (d) glitched – as well as Elektron’s global team.

Check out Elektron’s trailer for its refreshed Analog devices.

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Analog Four MKII is a powerful four-voice polyphonic synth with a comprehensive sequencer. The device garnered high praise from MusicTech in our 2018 review, specifically for its flexibility for both music-making and sound design.

The Analog Rytm MKII is an eight-voice analogue drum machine with twelve velocity-sensitive pads and sample support. Music-makers get a host of parameters for tuning each voice, along with onboard effects including distortion, compression, reverb, delay and more.

The Elektron Analog Four MKII is available at £1,199, while the Analog Rytm MKII goes for £1,379.

Learn more at elektron.se

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