Octatrack Pricing And Availability Announced

Elektron's dynamic performance sampler will be available in time for Christmas      19/11/10
Octatrack Pricing And Availability Announced


Here's the Elektron press release...
After several years of development we are happy to announce the imminent arrival of the Octatrack dps-1. We are confident our efforts have resulted in a unique machine with a huge potential and we really look forward to see how users all over the world will use and abuse it.
Unless any unexpected events occur the Octatrack will be officially released Monday the 20th of December. Starting Monday the 13th of December it will be possible to place pre-orders.
The Octatrack list price will be €1240/$1490.
The Octatrack will ship with a power supply unit, a USB cable, a printed user's manual and a 4 GB Compact Flash card. The card is filled with 2 GBs worth of 100% royalty free loops and samples from Loopmasters making the Octatrack ready for action straight out of the box.
About the Octatrack DPS-1
The Octatrack DPS-1 is a 8 track dynamic performance sampler. The Octatrack is ideal for radical audio processing and performance oriented sampling. Every track features real-time pitch scaling & time stretch and the next generation Elektron step sequencer has been designed with maximum usability and efficiency in mind.
About Elektron Music Machines
Elektron Music Machines pioneers the development of electronic instruments by creating innovative, user friendly and magic sound sources. Their Machinedrum and Monomachine pro-duct lines are widely acclaimed for their stellar sound and unique sequencer capabilities.
Pricing and Availability:
€1240/$1490 More information:
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