Octatrack Updated

Elektron releases Octatrack OS 1.0, the single biggest Octatrack OS update so far      04/07/11
Octatrack Updated


Elektron Music Machines has released OS 1.0 for their latest instrument -- the Octatrack DPS-1. They tell us that it is the single biggest Octatrack OS update so far and greatly improves the machine. Here's what they have to say about it...
New features include one of the most advanced MIDI sequencing offerings to date. The eight dedicated MIDI tracks host assignable MIDI LFOs and customizable MIDI arpeggiators, allowing for both in-depth and experimental control of all relevant MIDI parameters.
The sound processing tools of the Octatrack, the Flex and Static machines, have seen improvements as well. The added parameters make it easier than ever to shape audio material in new and rewarding ways.
Apart from these two major features a lot of other things have been refined. The user interface has been tweaked for easier interaction with the machine, more flexible methods of sampling have been implemented and the new personalize menu lets a user fine tune several aspects of the Octatrack workflow.
About the Octatrack DPS-1
The Octatrack DPS-1 is an 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.
Pricing and Availability:
The OS, together with the revised user's manual, can be downloaded from the Elektron website.
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