Elektron Octatrack MKII Available In August

New design for the performance Sampler      29/06/17

Elektron Octatrack MKII Available In August


Struggling to get the info on this (thanks to Simon Forsyth for the tip), as the Elektron site is running slow as molasses, but it appears that a new version of the Elektron Octatrack has just been announced in a MKII form.

We were already commenting on the pace of new Elektron releases picking up pace, and that was before this news. They are obviously on a mission.

 

Elektron Octatrack MKII

Seems to have borrowed heavily from the look and style of the Digitakt digital sample drum machine. The Octatrack, is a cult machine which is used by many at the heart of a live performance system, though its legendarily difficult machine to get to grips with, its capabilities are highly valued.

The Octatrack MKII takes much of the new look of the Digitakt - buttons, higher grade OLED screen and more dedicated buttons for a faster and more direct workflow. Also upgraded are the knobs, which are high precision.

Available in August for €1449/$1349

Features

  • 8 stereo audio tracks
  • 8 dedicated MIDI tracks
  • Instant stereo sampling
  • Real time sample time-stretch, pitch-shift
  • 2 × insert FX per audio track
  • 3 × LFO per track
  • Live friendly Elektron sequencer
  • Contactless performance Crossfader
  • Crisp 128 × 64 OLED screen
  • Hi-res encoders
  • Durable back-lit buttons
  • 1  headphones output
  • 2  impedance balanced main output
  • 2 impedance balanced cue output
  • 4  balanced external input
  • 1 USB 2.0 High Speed port
  • MIDI IN/OUT/THRU ports
  • W340 × D185 × H63 mm (8.5 × 7.2 × 2.5') including knobs and rubber feet
  • Weight approx. 2.3 kg (5 lbs)
  • Fully compatible with Octatrack MKI projects/data

 

 

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