A different drum
Fuse distinctive analog percussion with samples. Bring in the power of sequencing and performance controls. The Analog Rytm is a one stop solution beat machine.
True analog punch
What really sets the Analog Rytm apart is the analog sound. It has a magic character. The depth of the kick drums, the bite of the snare drums, those cavernous toms, the airy shimmer of the hihats. Fine-tune the sounds to your liking and get working.
Elevated by samples
For ultimate creative versatility you can layer samples on top of the analog drum sounds. Make the beats as smooth, as rough, as realistic or as fantastic as you’d like. The perfect unity of analog percussion and samples simply goes beyond.
When you’ve got your drums ready, record them to the sequencer and play them back. Do it using the pads, or perform detailed programming on the sequencer steps. Really meticulous or totally spontaneous: it’s up to you.
...you dont enjoy making your own sounds, and especially modulating them a bunch with the sequencer, I don't think a rytm is a particularly good fit. It's not meant to be an MPC, and it never will. However, there are some utilities you can use for assisting your rytm usage. Jakob Penca made some killer...
Updates complete to the fun zone. Added the Pro-3, Analog Rytm mk2, new Tiptop Mantis cases since the last time posting. Out of space, but nothing else needed (i hope).
You lose a Rytm track to do that. Rytm doesn't have midi tracks like Octatrack or Digitone. You also cannot do any midi CC stuff and things like p-locks cannot be sent. It's quite rudimentary. Even Digitone which has separate midi tracks which are polyphonic, if you play a chord, all notes can only...