NAMM 2017: Elektron Debuts Digitakt 8-track Drum Machine And Sampler

Described as a Beat Making Powerhouse and coming this spring      19/01/17

NAMM 2017: Elektron Debuts Digitakt 8-track Drum Machine And Sampler


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They teased us with a blurry photo a couple of days ago but now Elektron has announced Digitakt, an eight track digital drum machine and sampler. They say that the rich feature set, the powerful digital sound engine, the compact size and the all new back-lit buttons and super crisp OLED screen make it a portable and focused instrument for producers and live musicians, while eight dedicated MIDI tracks, all featuring legendary Elektron sequencer tricks, elevate Digitakt to a capable control hub.

Jonas Hillman, CEO of Elektron, told us, "Digitakt is a direct result of our passion for drum machines. Its small size and extraordinary sound engine provide unmatched power per square inch. We are very proud of our drum machine legacy and Digitakt is a magnificent continuation of it."

Digitakt specifications

  • 8 internal audio tracks
  • 8 dedicated MIDI tracks
  • 1 × Digital multi-mode filter per audio track
  • 1 × Assignable LFO per track
  • Delay and Reverb send FX
  • Sampling capability
  • 64 MB sample memory
  • 1 GB +Drive storage
  • 2 × ¼" input & 2 × ¼" balanced output
  • 1 × High Speed USB 2.0 port
  • MIDI IN, OUT and THRU ports
  • Overbridge support

 

Watch out for our video from the show - coming soon...

Pricing and Availability:
Digitakt will be available for purchase this spring. Pricing TBA.

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