Elektron has announced version 1.15 of Overbridge, their software suite that allows full DAW integration for compatible Elektron hardware. Most notably, Overbridge 1.15 adds support for the stereo analog sound processor Analog Heat. In addition to this, Overbridge 1.15 adds macOS Sierra support, along with a host of other improvements and fixes, for the Analog Rytm and Analog Keys/Four software. Here's some details direct from Elektron...
In order for Analog Heat, Analog Rytm and Analog Keys/Four to take advantage of Overbridge 1.15, new firmware for the products has also been made available.
Overbridge for Analog Heat
With Overbridge, Analog Heat can essentially be handled just like a software VST/AU plugin. All parameters are accessible from a beautiful and streamlined graphical user interface and all audio can be conveniently streamed between Analog Heat and DAW via USB. Overbridge even allows the Analog Heat to be used as a 2 in/2 out sound card.
Overbridge for Analog Heat highlights
Overbridge 1.15 for Analog Rytm and Analog Keys/Four
To enjoy the benefits of Overbridge 1.15, Analog Heat, Analog Rytm and Analog Keys/Four require the newly updated firmware to be installed.
The new firmware versions are:
It is important to notice that Overbridge 1.15 requires OS upgrades for all your Elektron machines. It is not possible to use Overbridge 1.15 with previous Elektron OS:es, and it is also not possible to use the new Elektron OS:es with older Overbridge installations.
Pricing and Availability:
The updated firmware can be downloaded for free in the Support section of the Elektron website.
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