elektron analog rytm - looks like something looking into.
I really think the new sampler electribe-2s is pretty amazing. Its so simple and quick to program. omg... it takes about 1/10th of the amount of time to learn and make stuff on these as it does the elektron gear
Nice! I didn't know they came out with new ones....
My main complaint about the korg electribe is you cannot control the amount of reverb on each of the sounds. So it ends up sounding like the whole thing is coming from the same box.
I get what you're saying in a live scenario, but for production you could easily solo the tracks into ableton or something similar naturally.
This was the one review on SweetWater : Only 3 out of 5 stars
New Color. Same OS
Korg spent the time to change the colors and find new knobs. What they didn't do is update a number of useful and easily fixed items in the OS. The synthesizer is amazing, and there is a knob for most things you are likely to care about. But there is no song mode, step sequencing (or step recording) is a pain, and LFO's are programmed in weird increments instead of note values. There has been an online petition to fix these things. Nothing happened other than pattern chaining. If you're going to stand over it and sequence dance tracks - it might work for you. If you're thinking about it like your Akai MPC and need to be out in front of it while it does your evil, perfectly programmed bidding - forget it.It doesn't play or export MIDI files; you must have another gizmo feeding it. I'd happily pay twice this for a useable, battery powered box drum box. Nobody is doing that feature set. The blue is pretty, though.
for nearly 1/4 the cost you can always start with a electribe emx1 and sell it when you save up for the almost the full amount of the other. this way you may have the option to have/try both, you perhaps could jump into one of them quicker, and you can always sell a electribe emx1 on the market when you're done. those have remained pretty steady for the past 5 years, perhaps even more of a demand now...