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Quick Links. Download this manual See also: User Manual. Tips for Using the Monomachine. Using Information from the Elektron-Users Forum. Table of Contents. Page 2 Apologies for not listing names, it proved to be too time consuming. Happy tweaking, Song Mode…………………………………………………………… External seq………………………………………………………….. Advanced Sequencer ………………………… Recording modes……………………………………………………. Trigless trigs………………………………………………………….

LFO…………………………………………………………………… Swing…………………………………………………………………. Multi trig………………………………………………………………. Multi env. GND…………………………………………………………………… FM…………………………………………………………………….. Sound programming………………………… Bass…………………………………………………………………… Drums………………………………………………………………… Snares……………………………………………………………… Page 4: Basics 32 beats long, you can specify that the pattern should start on beat 5, play for 16 beats, and then switch to another pattern. The Elektron song sequencer is derived from old-school MOD trackers, which require that the composer enter in which events will occur, row by row.

Page 5 You can change the start point and length of a pattern from within songmode. What this means is you can literally remix and rehash patterns from within songmode.

This is also possible with the MD. So, for example: Instead of your pattern starting on its first beat, it starts on the third beat and comes in off-beat, you can use this to create stutters and that feeling that the beat has just fallen in on itself before you right it a couple of bars later etc.. Realtime recording can be accessed without stopping the pattern by holding rec and play together: 1.

Put your gear playing 2. Experiment with them as much as you can and you will soon discover just how powerful they really are. Choose track 1. Trigless trigs mean that you can change parameters without having to launch certain other parameters: For instance, let's say you have a sequence and would like to retrigger the LFO without retriggering the amp envelope or some other parameters, you can with trigless trigs.

Page 9: Lfo Go into edit almost like you are setting up or changing the current machine but don't select a machine. When you are in the machine selection window IE.

But whats is possible is to change where in the 16 step it should swing and where not: You can set the grid steps that have swing applied for each individual track AND a global swing track.

Page 11 Parameter lock one of the LFO's on the note that has to slide to the second one. Mine is set machines 7 multi trig ch etc. Page Machines etc. The best solution to the problem is buy a drummachine, elektron make a very nice one, it matches the MnM.

It seems to have same kind of rationalization as with FM-machines; you don't really need to know how stuff works technically, great sounds can be achieved by trying things out which is so true The waveforms are preloaded by default. So you can replace them with your own sound but can't delete them from memory. Ok, so the defaults are always there. Page 16 A wikipedia wavetable explantion: To begin the process, the sound of an existing instrument a single note is sampled and processed using a spectrum analyzer, producing a graph of overtones contained in the sample.

This graph is then parsed into a sequence of samples or wavetables, each having one period or cycle per table, generated by adding together the partials at each parse point. The filter works like a band pass filter with double resonance. Lots of resonance on the HPF will result in a resonant peak at the lower end of the audio spectra, whereas resonance on the LPF gives more empahsis to the top end of the spectra.

Page 18 Add just a little distorsion to the sound, barely audible. Combined with a fast filter envelope adds a bit more definition to the attack phase of the sound. Distorsion could also be controlled by a triggered single shot ramp LFO. Here are some bass related observations and tests: 1. You could also try that on the fm machines. DRUMS Note: before drum programming with mono read this: MNM oscillator properties: When VA appears in this was the ultimate feature to have ina synth, because "each notes sounds different than the other, like in a real analog" Page Snares I tried from the beginnig messing with the filter, as I do on my MS20, get the Q to the top and play with the env amount.

The result was a good powerful "style" kick but with a kind of oscillation that turns every kick a bit different Page Pads something like the synthetic drums in some early digital home organs, like casio VL-1, SK-1 and the like.

So I use the classic model of a short tuned spike attack followd by a noise burst with longer decay If you use an exponential decayed LFO in on-shot mode to modulate the wave of the SID you get a sound that could go from the triangle wave to the noise one very quicly, so this makes a really close aproximation of the model I described Page 23 Try using the EQ as a notch filter for phasing effects: set gain negative and sweep frequency slowly with an LFO.

You can get shimmering tones with the high pass filter: Start with the cut off high and sweep slowly into the mids, with some LFO for extra movement. Slow values of the interlace parameter on the LFO can also add sparkling effects. The biggest difficulty is doing those sounds in mono. Consider putting the Mono in poly mode while you're making those sounds. Pseudo Karplus Strong synthesis with the FM engine that has feedback. Though that sounds closer to real strings, rather than analogue strings This could also be good for creating less subtle walls of sound, especially in combination with setting the delay feedback parameter to a high setting to add another layer.

If you are suffering a low level or noise loss make sure you turn off Filtertracking. See the joystick-menu and turn both lpf- and hpf-tracking off. You can run an external audio signal through the monomachines filter section and the entire env, SRR, dist. You can also route out to do frequency cuts. After starting to separate outs it was interesting how the percussion sounds actually gained a lot of their output from frequency ranges that I didn't expect them to be in the kick was in a large part up in the mids, the snares were down in the lows and the hats were in the mid-highs , I've had a lot of fun cutting out the Options Old trumpet cases.

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Manufacturer: Elektron Basic description and contents of package Product classification: Pro Audio - Musical Instruments - Synthesizer Modules Safety instructions Startup and operation of the synthesizer modules Tips for setting up your Elektron Settings and expert assistance Contact Elektron service Troubleshooting Warranty information. If you own a Elektron synthesizer modules and have a user manual in electronic form, you can upload it to this website using the link on the right side of the screen. The manual also provides troubleshooting for common problems. Even greater detail is provided by the service manual, which is not typically shipped with the product, but which can often be downloaded from Elektron service.

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