Our first product. The Sidstation was based on the legendary MOS6581 sound chip, originally found in the home computer Commodore 64. This gritty sounding synthesizer is the reason why Elektron as a company was formed in the first place.
The Machinedrum was a drum machine based on five original drum synthesis methods. With a razor sharp focus on percussion, it contained everything needed to create the perfect beat right out of the box.
Machinedrum SPS-1 MKII (2007)
Monomachine SFX6 (2003)
The first Elektron keyboard synthesizer was limited to 500 units. The Monomachine keyboard featured the wondrous digital Monomachine synthesis methods as well as a unique design.
The Monomachine stood out. Five different synthesis methods plus sequencing guaranteed a sonic experience unlike anything heard. A digital and spectacular synthesizer.
Monomachine SFX60 MKII (2007)
Monomachine SFX60+ MKII (2010)
Machinedrum UW (2005)
The Machinedrum UW was a groundbreaking digital drum machine. It combined extremely flexible drum synthesis methods with a sampling engine. The powerful sequencer was the icing on the cake.
Machinedrum SPS-1UW MKII (2007)
Machinedrum SPS-1UW+ MKII (2010)
The Octatrack was a dynamic performance sampler, featuring eight audio tracks capable of radical sample processing. The assignable crossfader took things even further, and added to the unique performance possibilities.
Iterations: Octatrack MKII (2017)
Analog Four (2012)
The Analog Four represented the best of two worlds. Inimitable analog impact combined with razor-sharp digital accuracy. This was an analog synthesizer for the creative artist.
Iterations: Analog Four MKII (2017)