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Swedish company Elektron Music Machines was founded in 1998 to support the release of the Sidstation, a music synthesizer based on the sound chip of the Commodore 64 home computer.

Because of the uniqueness of the product, combined with the emerging popularity of the internet, the Sidstation garnered attention for Elekton all over the world.

In 2001, the next product was revealed - the Elektron Machinedrum SPS-1. The Machinedrum was an extremely competent digital drum machine, featuring ground-breaking solutions in both user interface design and sound generation techniques.

The Machinedrum proved to be an incredibly well executed instrument, so well that it still remains in production today, albeit in a considerably evolved form. Elektron followed the Machinedrum with several other popular products including the Monomachine, Octotrack and Analog Four.

At Store DJ we understand Elektron. We know what makes these great hardware units stand out from the crowd. Visit us to see and hear for yourself.

Monomachine SFX-6 Keyboard

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The SFX-6 is a limited edition of the original SFX-60, with an integrated 3-octave LED-action keyboard, MULTI-TRIG key and specialized sound manipulating super-smooth dj-style joystick. Owner's of the original SFX-60 can purchase an external control keyboard to replicate SFX-6 functionality. So without further ado, click on the YouTube link above so you can see and hear the Monomachine in action!

Elektron Monomachine SFX-6

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The Monomachine combines several types of synthesizers with an intuitive beat-box-style programming interface. Think of it as five synthesizers in one package with a flexible sequencer and plenty of real-time controls for a unique twist on desktop music machines! It has 6-part multitimbral capability which allows for up to 6 mono-synth sounds at once, or a single 6-voice polyphonic sound. The SuperWave synthesizer, which is analog modeled, gives warm and thick sounds made from unique algorithms that makes sounds free from the artifacts normally associated with digital processing. Traditional (and 303-like) saw and pulse waveforms and sub-oscillators give you fat bass synth and lead sounds, while the ensemble is specialized in creating polyphonic textures, chords, and harmonies.

Elektron Machinedrum SPS-1

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The Machinedrum SPS-1 is an advanced drum machine and drum synthesizer. It can synthesize wonderfully convincing analog sounds from the classic drum machines as well as crisp electronic and acoustic drum sounds, and they can all be tweaked and morphed into unique and dynamic new sounds! It has 39 drum sounds ready to be played or tweaked and customized by you! Its eight real-time control knobs offer total hands-on synthesis and control. At the core of the Machinedrum are four separate percussion instrument synthesizers. They include a TRX synth that emulates Roland's classic TR-series drum machines. An EFM synth that uses FM synthesis to create crispy percussion sounds. The E12 synth is a sample-playback synth using sounds from the E-mu SP1200 and Simmons electronic drum machines.

Elektron Analog Four 4

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The Analog Four is the best of two worlds. The power of analogue synthesis is enhanced with precise Elektron sequencing for a machine par excellence. This is an analogue synthesiser for the modern age. Overbridge is the easy way in. For the first time in history analogue synthesisers and drum machines can be seamlessly integrated in DAW environments. The magic of using an Elektron Analogue instrument as a fully featured VST plugin is a breakthrough experience. The Analog Four is a four voice polyphonic analogue synthesiser. Analogue oscillators and filters ensure the most organic sounds imaginable and the Elektron step sequencer caters for the innovative sound control.