As its name conveys, the Elektron Analog Four mk2 is a polyphonic analog tabletop synthesizer with a total of four voices. It features an intuitive sequencer that lends some structure to its dense analog architecture. In addition to powerful analog tones, the unit features four CV/Gate outputs for controlling external devices, making it the ideal centerpiece for both tabletop and modular setups.
Compared to its original incarnation, the Analog Four mk2 features revised circuitry for some added bass depth and a distinct overdrive effect. Unlike the mk1, the second version features dedicated audio outputs for each voice, two CV inputs, and Overbridge functionality.
All of these features are enclosed in a sleek aluminum enclosure, accessible via sturdy backlit buttons, and visually indicated through a beautiful OLED screen. The result is a versatile analog device with a vastly improved workflow that affords the kind of creative experience necessary for expressive sonic sculpting.
Analog Four MKII Features
Reworked analog circuitry delivering very deep and defined bass
Enhanced analog overdrive for more bite and growl
Crisp, large OLED screen providing optimal feedback in dimly lit environments
Ultra durable back-lit buttons. Rated for 50 million presses
Precise, hi-res encoders
Quick performance controls
Increased amount of dedicated buttons enabling quicker workflow
Stereo audio outputs for each voice
Expression/CV inputs for external control of Analog Four MKII parameters
W385 × D225 × H82 mm (15.2 × 8.85 × 3.3″) including power switch, knobs and rubber feet
Weight approx. 2.4 kg (5.3 lbs)
Fully compatible with Analog Four MKI projects/data
Product Demo Videos
Elektron Analog Four MKII
This video uses the four voices and effects from the Analog Four MKII as well as its CV output to demonstrate some of what the device is capable of. All of the sounds and effects come from the Analog Four, except the bass sound that is from the Make Noise 0-Coast which is CV/Gate sequenced by the Analog Four.
Elektron Analog Four MKII With A Tiny Modular Synth