Elektron’s Analog RYTM combines the punch of analog percussion with the flexibility of digital samples. Watch this in-depth 2.5-hour + course by Elektron artist and trainer Thavius Beck, and learn everything this all-in-one beat machine has to offer!
Thavius Beck is an electronic musician/producer/programmer as well as an electronic music educator who has worked with various artists ranging from Nine Inch Nails to Saul Williams to singer/songwriter Skylar Grey.
A true hybrid analog/digital drum machine, Elektron’s Analog RYTM gives you the best of both worlds. And thanks to its infamous step sequencer, this powerful groovebox can shine both on stage and in the studio. In this comprehensive course, Elektron expert Thavius Beck reveals how to get the most out of this versatile beat-making machine!
Thavius starts the course by deconstructing and analyzing the preset kits that come with RYTM. After exploring all the different synth engines available, and explaining how to import samples, Thavius dives deep into pattern creation. Starting from scratch with a blank kit and project, he reveals workflow techniques that will turn you into a RYTM master. You learn everything you need to conquer Elektron’s ultimate beat box: step sequencing, P-Locks, Slides, Conditional Locks, Direct Jumps ... And you also discover plenty of performance and synthesis tips & tricks along the way!
So sit back and join producer and trainer Thavius Beck in this 2.5-hour + journey, and get ready to become a RYTM expert.
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Dubstone wrote on December 6, 2019
Really really good one! Now have a better understanding of each parameter on the machine! By myself I was able to get to a certain point alone, but then this is what I exactly needed to move forward! Cheers 10/10
Christopher wrote on May 21, 2018
Thavius has a calm yet methodical approach to teaching. Covers everything you need to get started on the Analog Rytm. Highly recommend!
a_glass_of_water wrote on September 18, 2017
Thavius always makes the best tutorials. Another great one. Thanks.