New Analog Rytm Sound Library Features Junkyard Sounds

Elektron has released a new sound library for the Analog Rytm drum machine, Junkyard, that features the sounds of tools, junk and more.

Here’s what they have to say about Junkyard:

When tools and gadgets finally retire, after a long and productive life of chore and utility, a few lucky ones may enjoy a second spell of virtue as musical instruments. The classic one-piece Estwing hammer, for instance, was originally designed to produce a pitch perfect tone when struck straight-on-the-nail. Handle worn off, face dented and shaft rusted, it would still serve its sonic purpose. A good sound can never die. What is trash to the eye may be a treat to the ear. Enjoy.

The Junkyard Sound Pack contains a selection of samples created by Loopmasters, optimized for use on the Analog Rytm. The bundle also includes a custom Analog Rytm project featuring patterns, kits and live-friendly scene and performance macros. The samples (but not the patterns, kits and macros) may also be used on the Octatrack and the Machinedrum UW.

Here are the official audio demos:

Junkyard is available now for US $15 at the Elektron site.

17 thoughts on “New Analog Rytm Sound Library Features Junkyard Sounds

            1. Sampling is as much about recording the sound as it is playing it back. Rytm can’t record anything; a sampler it is not.

            2. Ha ha ! Sampler, not sampler ? Noyes, yesno. Junkyard is great, instantbuy. But instant no-receiving mail, instant-no download links. Hey guys, you’re not at Musikmesse anymore ? 😉

              1. Had the same issue recently with the House and Tabla packs, they’ve recently changed up their web site and it’s causing some issues. Thing to do is open a service ticket on their we site and a guy named Simon will help you in a few days. He’s been hired by Elektron to help with these types of issues.

            3. Is it made by Whitman and filled with delicious Russell Stover chocolates? Then it’s not a sampler.

  1. I tried the video approach to getting this beast of a machine, but so far I’m only getting scratches on my tools. What am I doing wrong?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *