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Elektron Release New Mysterious Teaser Video On Social Media
The Swedish manufacturer didn't even add words to their post on Facebook. They just published the video and let Elektron fans alike start a guessing game as to what this 37 second-long teaser could mean.
The video begins with a violin before moving to a bass-heavy electronic beat. The clip then cuts to an electric guitar followed by percussive clapping before two people drive off in a retro Toyota car together.
Everything from guitar synthesizers to new samplers have been suggested by Elektron enthusiasts but no further information has been released at this stage.
By Michael Storey.
Posted on 6 Jul 2016 12:09 to category : Instruments News
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