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Details of the Elektron Analog Keys

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Elektron finally posted on its website the details of its new Analog Keys synth, as well as a very original introduction video.

Sales of the Analog Keys will debut on December 5th, and shipping on December 9th. The price is $1749 / $1949 / £1449 and it has the following specifications:

  • 4-voice polyphonic analog synthesizer
  • 4 part multitimbral
  • 4 note Unison
  • 37 velocity sensitive keys with aftertouch
  • Assignable XY joystick with push button
  • Backlit 122 x 32 LCD display
  • 2 analog oscillators
  • AM and Sync Modes for the oscillators
  • 2 sub-oscillators
  • 1 noise generator
  • Analog filters: 4 pole ladder low-pass and 2 pole multimode filter
  • Analog overdrive circuit
  • 2 assignable LFOs with vibrato and wave shaping
  • Multiple envelopes (noise, vibrato, autobend)
  • 3 separate send effects: Wideshift Chorus, Saturator Delay and Supervoid Reverb
  • Built-in Sequencer: 4 tracks + 1 effect track + 1 CV/Gate track, with variable track lengths, swiing, slide, accent, transpose and real time control
  • Up to 64 steps per pattern
  • 6 arpeggiators
  • MIDI support
  • Built-in Memory: 128 projects, 4096 sounds, 128 kits, 128 pattens and 16 Songs per project
  • MIDI In, Out, Thru with DIN Sync Out
  • 2 main outputs on balanced 1/4" jacks
  • 4 stereo audio track outputs on 1/4" jacks
  • 2 audio inputs on 1/4" jacks
  • 1 headphone output (1/4" jack)
  • 1 CV/Gate outputs
  • USB 2.0
  • 24-bit / 48kHz AD/DA converters
  • Flash-EEPROM upgradable OS

Full details of the Analog Keys are available at www.elektron.se. Here is the presentation video:

 

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