The Elektron Analog Heat MKII is a stereo distortion/filter/compressor with robust MIDI, CV, and software integration. More than just a sound processor, the Analog Heat is designed to inspire sonic creativity on its own thanks to onboard envelopes, LFOs and amplifiers, all of which can be sequenced via MIDI, synced to clock, or completely controlled by DAW using Elektron’s robust Overbridge software. Its eight rich analog distortion modes each lend a distinct flavor from clean and punchy to completely blown out, and easily accessible High/Low-shelf EQ and Dry/Wet controls make the Analog Heat MKII great for live use as well.
In its second iteration, this Analog Heat offers a high-visibility double-size OLED screen, long-lasting backlit Digitakt/Digitone-style buttons, and improved hi-res encoders.
In this video we used the Analog Heat MKII to dirty up a Roland TR-09 drum machine and as a VCF and VCA to make a synth voice with a Make Noise DPO as the oscillators. The Elektron Analog Heat MKII can do everything from subtle saturation to all out high gain distortion. It has a filter with 7 modes and an EQ section, as well as an LFO and envelope follower and envelope generator. There are two inputs that can be used to trigger the built in envelope or control setting in real time with CV.
Heat MKII available here: https://www.perfectcircuitaudio.com/elektron-analog-heat-mkii.html
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