Per the Elektron website and an [exclusive interview](http://www.elektron.se/... more
Per the Elektron website and an exclusive interview with Zombie Nation who says, "I really like working with samples using the Machinedrum Userwave. There's no other instrument capable of doing what it can do. In the beginning I was skeptical about the amount of sample memory available in the UW, but the creative possibilities are so vast. With those 48 samples you can make half an album."
«The second track on the album, ‘Level’, started off with the Octatrack. Ther... more
«The second track on the album, ‘Level’, started off with the Octatrack. There are all these breaks which push up and up – I did it with the crossfader. It’s a retriggered sound with different start and end points, controlled by the crossfader. I jammed around then cut out the best parts. ‘Pony’ I also did on the Octatrack»
«We have three sets of monitors but that’s just because we both had the same ... more
«We have three sets of monitors but that’s just because we both had the same system when we moved in. We don’t have all of them plugged in. The 3110s are just excellent. The perfect speakers»
«I don’t use the MPC as much as I did, but I still use it quite a lot. It’s a... more
«I don’t use the MPC as much as I did, but I still use it quite a lot. It’s always a centrepiece of the studio for me because it just gets stuff done nicely. It’s not nearly as flexible as the OP-1 or the Octatrack in terms of what you can do with samples but for making basic beats and patterns it’s just way more fun than pushing around bars in a computer sequencer»
«I always liked the 2108s but they weren’t sufficient for me on the volume si... more
«I always liked the 2108s but they weren’t sufficient for me on the volume side. I was always killing the tweeters. Before those I had Dynaudio BM5As. I found them to be like a smaller version of the Questeds»
«I’ve had this for around six years. It’s pretty nice. I used it a lot with T... more
«I’ve had this for around six years. It’s pretty nice. I used it a lot with Tiga when we worked on the ZZT project. Because it’s split into two units, we could both jam on it – one on the left side and one on the right»
Zombie Nation posted this video of the Teenage Engineering PO-12 Rhythm to th... more
Zombie Nation posted this video of the Teenage Engineering PO-12 Rhythm to their YouTube channel, commenting: "Playing with the tiniest Drum Computer ever."
«A lot of people look at the OP-1 and say it’s a toy, that it’s too expensive... more
«A lot of people look at the OP-1 and say it’s a toy, that it’s too expensive or that it’s the Swedish House Mafia synth because they had it in their video. You could say it’s a toy but it’s a useful and good toy. You can do serious stuff with it. It’s not the kind of tool which you’d use to make an entire track, but if you use it for something like a synth line you come up with totally different ideas»
«The Prophet-5 is mine. I’ve had it for a long time and I’d never ever sell i... more
«The Prophet-5 is mine. I’ve had it for a long time and I’d never ever sell it. It’s so versatile. You can do a lot of stuff with it and it never disappoints»
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