Elektron Octatrack. The Octatrack DPS-1 (Dynamic Performance Sampler) is a digital electronic music instrument made after the Machinedrum UW by Elektron Music Machines. An LCD surrounded by hand controls let a musician interact with sampler, step sequencer, mixer, and effect features while stereo audio and MIDI signals are continuously output. Features. A CompactFlash card reader lets.
The Machinedrum SPS-1 is an advanced drum machine and drum synthesizer. It can synthesize wonderfully convincing analog sounds from the classic drum machines as well as crisp electronic and acoustic drum sounds, and they can all be tweaked and morphed into unique and dynamic new sounds! It has 39 drum sounds ready to be played or tweaked and customized by you!
Travis Stewart (born March 4, 1982), better known as Machinedrum, is an American electronic music producer and performer from North Carolina. He is also known as Syndrone and Tstewart. He is one half of Sepalcure, with Praveen Sharma, one half of Jets, with Jimmy Edgar, as well as half of Dream Continuum, with Jim Coles, a.k.a. Om Unit.
Mint condition, full working order and complete with box and all accessories. Groundbreaking digital drum machine combining super-flexible drum synthesis with a sampling engine.
Overall the Elektron Machinedrum is well built, awesome sounding with a mind blowing array of deep features yet easy to use. This will probably become the most versatile xox box on the market. If you’re into crafting electro-drum sounds its for you, while some of the acoustic drums are good. Worth the wait and ABSOLUTELY worth every penny ! See my harmonycentral.com detailed review.
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Definitely not the Octatrack, that's some level two Elektron stuff there. I would say the Analog Four is the most straightforward of all of them, though you really need to think about what problem you're trying to solve - unlike the Monomachine it won't sequence your Mopho, and unlike the Machinedrum it's not really a drum machine.
Machinedrum (2001) The Machinedrum was a drum machine based on five original drum synthesis methods. With a razor sharp focus on percussion, it contained everything needed to create the perfect beat right out of the box. Iterations: Machinedrum SPS-1 MKII (2007) Monomachine SFX6 (2003) The first Elektron keyboard synthesizer was limited to 500 units. The Monomachine keyboard featured the.