The Elektrons have done it again. This is the Elektron Analog Four (or A4 for short) four voice analog synthesizer. It is using their new format for “machines” similar to the the Octatrack as opposed to the old layout of the Machinedrum and mono machines. I welcome this new layout, color schemes, and round buttons that seem more natural to the touch. I would have preferred a larger LCD screen like the Octatrack uses but there is only so much space available to utilize. The A4 includes the standard Elektron 16 buttons for the sequencer and 4 buttons for choosing banks and programs but new is a one Octave keyboard via buttons for entering notes. The up and down arrow buttons allow you to cycle through 5 octaves. Along the right of the unit are the track select buttons allowing you to select from tracks 1 to 4, an effects track or a CV track. Up top we have 10 knobs to adjust all synthesizer functions as well as buttons to select the parameter such as oscillator1, oscillator2, filters, amp, etc. The analog synth engine is very deep and an arp is also included above and beyond the sequencer. The oscillators are very strong and the filters are very versatile to give you a great range of analog sounds. I would have preferred an additional set of outs so you could use one for each track but the unit includes a standard right left pair of main outs. I could go on for pages about this unit and may do a second in depth review but I will say this unit come highly recommended and hope you have enjoyed my analog 4 review.