Elektron Analog Heat OS 1.2 Adds Audio Over USB, Overbridge Support & More

New Elektron Analog Heat OS 1.2 update features long overdue Overbridge support, audio over USB with flexible routings & tap tempo. 

Elektron has released a firmware update for their Analog Heat, a stereo analog sound processor. Highlights of the new update 1.2 are the ability to send audio over USB and Overbridge support for the Mk2 version.

Elektron Analog Heat OS 1.2

Add sparkly brilliance, or grimy roughness, to any sound source. Samplers, drum machines, synths, vocals, the master bus, you name it. Analog Heat MKII is the fiery furnace capable of igniting your music.

The eight stereo analog circuits are designed to quickly access varied and powerful sound shaping. Each circuit has a distinctive way of processing sound. Clean boost, tape-like saturation, tube amp-like enhancement, overdrive, crunch, distortion, harmonic fuzz or high gain? You’ll find your favorite flavor with ease.

New In Analog Heat OS 1.2

  • The Analog Heat now supports class-compliant audio over USB.
  • Added flexible routing of audio over USB.
  • It is now possible to send and receive presets and settings via SysEx.
  • Added the functionality to tap the tempo.
  • [MKII] Added support for the Overbridge plugin.
  • [MKII] The screen saver now turns off the screen after 60 minutes of inactivity.
  • bugfix: [MKI] The filter graphics were not displayed properly.

Elektron Analog Heat OS 1.2 is available now as a free download. Analog Heat MK2 is available now for 669€.

More information here: Elektron

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4 Comments

  1. I really hope that this means Digitakt will also get class compliant USB … if the Analog Heat can do it, all the newer deviceds should be able to do it …. right?

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