The Elektron Octatrack MkII takes the company's flagship sequencer and infuses it with vanguard technology and features designed to make your performance and audio manipulation an expansive, seamless experience. 16 total tracks (eight stereo audio, eight dedicated MIDI) handles even the biggest electronic rigs, giving you an OLED screen-equipped command center stacked with three LFOs per track, onboard effects, real-time pitch shifting/time stretching, and the fan-favorite Elektron 16-step sequencer. A formidable piece of gear that adds new versatility and dimensions to any setup.

Product Specs

  • Octatrack MkII Dynamic 8-Track Performance Sampler
  • Gray
  • 2010s

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Reviews for the Elektron Octatrack MkII Dynamic 8-Track Performance Sampler
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  • Ultimate

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    This is really the ultimate gear, IMO. You can pretty much do anything with it. A must have.

  • Unbelievably advanced

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    By a significant margin, the most complex and great sampler/synth I have owned. So deep and advanced, and so incredible. the rumors of it being a steep learning curve are accurate, so if you are not the manual reading type, good luck - IMO you MUST be prepared to reference it regularly to find the…

  • Not what I thought it would be ... and that is not a bad thing!

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    This guy is super weird, takes a bit to get your head around and can be used in many different way. Let it speak to you and then you can decide how to use it. Thus far I have used it for sample manglng and reordering groove box and thus happy about it

  • Love it

    This machine is fun to use and can do amazing things

  • Octatrack is deep

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    I’m just getting my feet wet with this super deep machine. There’s a lot to it. Sample quality seems pretty great. Would wish for more midi polyphony but it’ll just take some creativity to mess with it. I think instead of taking an audio track for a master effect(track 8) maybe have dedicated master…