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****** Page 1 ****** Analog Heat Stereo Analog Sound Processor In L/R Control In Phones Out L/R E elelrtrnn MIDl Out MIDl Thru Sync B USB Master Volume Amp Active Settings Mid Drive Erütancernent Satwation Clean Boost Drive Filter / EQ Env Analog Heat 05 s SPECTRAL DEPTH LOE•5TER Stereo Analog Sound Processor EQUALIZER FILTER Power Preset / Data Press+Hold to Save Yes CHARACTER S, Wet Level LFO Crunch Classic Dist Round Fuzz Dry / Wet HÉh Frequency oo On/ Off Filter Type User Manual

****** Page 2 ****** FCC compliance statement This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encour- aged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Canada This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme å la norme NMB-003 European Union regulation compliance statement This product has been tested to comply with the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC. The product meets the requirements of RoHS 2 Directive 2011/65/EU. Your product must be disposed of properly according to local laws and regulations. Legal disclaimer The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by Elektron. Elektron assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this doc- ument. Elektron may also make improvements and/or changes in the products and programs described in this document at any time without notice. In no event shall Elektron be liable for any special, indirect, or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data, or profits, whether in an action of contract, negligence, or other action, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of this information.

****** Page 3 ****** IMPORTANT SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Please read these instructions carefully and follow the operating advice given here. 1. Do not use this unit near water. 2. Never use aggressive cleaners on the casing or the LCD screen. Remove dust, dirt and fingerprints with a soft, dry and non-abrasive cloth. More persistent dirt can be removed with a slightly damp cloth using only water. Disconnect all cables before doing this. Only reconnect them when the product is safely dry. 3. Install by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure you place the unit on a stable surface before use. 4. Connect the unit to an easily accessible electrical outlet close to the unit. 5. When transporting the unit, use accessories recommended by the manufacturer or the original box and padding. 6. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other equipment (including amplifiers) producing heat. 7. Do not block the ventilation holes located on the bottom of the enclosure of the unit. Make sure there is sufficient air circulation in the room where the unit is kept. 8. This product, in combination with an amplifier and speakers or headphones, is capable of producing sound levels that can cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for extended periods of time at a high volume level or at a level that is uncomfortable. 9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit. 10.1Jse attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 11. Unplug this unit during lightning storms or when it is not used for extended periods of time. 12.Refer all servicing to qualified service technicians. Servicing is required when the unit has been damaged in any way, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the unit, the unit has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or product damage: Do not expose the unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing and also avoid placing objects filled with liquid, such as vases, on the unit. Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, nor use it in ambient temperatures exceeding 350C as this can lead to malfunction. Do not open the casing. There are no user repairable or adjustable parts inside. Leave service and re- pairs to trained service technicians only. Do not exceed the limitations specified in the Electrical specifications. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE POWER ADAPTER ELEKTRON PSU-3B • The adapter is not safety grounded and may only be used indoors. • To ensure sufficient ventilation for the adapter, do not place it in tight spaces. To prevent the risk of elec- tric shock and fire because of overheating, ensure that curtains and other objects do not prevent adapter ventilation. • Do not expose the power adapter to direct sunlight, nor use it in ambient temperatures exceeding 400C. • Connect the adapter to an easily accessible electrical outlet close to the unit. The adapter is in standby mode when the power cord is connected. The primary circuit is always active as long as the cord is attached to the power outlet. Pull out the power cord to completely disconnect the adapter. • In the EU, only use CE approved power cords.

****** Page 5 ****** TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 CONVENTIONSIN THIS MANUAL ….. ….. ….. ….. …………………. 2. PANEL LAYOUT AND CONNECTIONS 2.1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS 2.2 REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS 3. FIRST STEPS THE ANALOG HEAT 5.1 PRESETS…. ……………………………………………………………………12 6.3.1 INTERNAL TEMPO…. 3.1 CONNECTING THE UNIT. …. 3.2 SETTING THE INPUT SENSITIVITY LEVEL 3.3SETUPEXAMPLES……………………………………………………………….11 3.3.1 ANALOG HEAT AS AN EXTERNAL EFFECT . 3.3.2 ANALOG HEAT AS A VST/AU PLUGIN USING OVERBRIDGE . 3.3.3 ANALOG HEAT AS A SOUND CARD 4. SIGNAL FLOW 4.1 AUDIO SIGNAL FLOW 4.2 MODULATION SIGNAL FLOW 5. THE USER INTERFACE 5.1.1 LOADING A PRESET . 5.12 SAVING A PRESET . 5.2 ACTIVE MODE 5.3 EFFECT CIRCUITS 5.4 FILTER TYPES 5.6 DRIVE 5.8 DRY/WET 5.9 SETTINGS MENU 5.10 PARAMETER PAGES 5.11 PARAMETER EDITING 5.5EQUALlZER…………………………………………………………………….13 5.7 WET LEVEL…. ….. ….. ……………………………… 5.12 LCD SCREEN TITLE BAR 5.13 OVERBRIDGE 6.1 INPUT SENSITIVITY 6.2 MODULATION 6.3 OPTIONS 6.3.2 ACTIVE AT START . 6.3.3 ANALOG IN/OUT 6.3.4 KNOB MODE .. 6.4 CONTROL IN 6.4.1 CONTROL IN A. 6.4.2 CONTROL IN 6.5 MIDl 6.5.1 SYNC ….. 6.5.2 PORT CONFIG 6.5.3 CHANNELS 10 . .11 .11 .. .11 . 12 12 . 12 . 12 12 . 13 13 13 13 . 14 14 14 14 15 15 16 16 . 16 . 16 . 16 • 17 17 • 17 . 18 18 . 18 . 18 . 19

****** Page 6 ****** TABLE OF CONTENTS …19 72.4 LEO…. ….. .26 6.6 SYSTEM 6.6.1 USB CONFIG 6.6.2 USB AUDIO CONFIG….. 6.6.3 OS UPGRADE . 6.6.4 CALIBRATION 7. PARAMETER PAGES 7.1 AMP PAGE 7.1.’ DRIVE …L • 7.1.2 WET 7.1.3 DRY/WET 7.14 7.2 FILTER/EQ PAGE 1 72.1 FREQ . 7.2.2 RESO 7.2.3 ENV . 7.3 FILTER/EQ PAGE 2 7.3.1 FRQPAN • u, • 7.3.2 DIRT …L • 7.3.3 EQ LO. 7.3.4 EQ HI… 7.4 ENVELOPE PAGE i 74.1 MODE.. 7.4.2 ATK 7.4.3 REL . 7.44 TRIG . 7.5 ENVELOPE PAGE 2 7.5.1 BASE 75.2 WIDTH 7.5.3 DESTI . 7.5.4 DEPTHI . 7.6 LFO PAGE i 7.6.1 SPEED . 7.6.2 MULT. • u, • 7.6.3 WAVE . 7.6.4 PHASE 7.7 LFO PAGE 2 7.7.1 FADE 7.7.2 MODE . 7.7.4 DEPTHI 8. TIPS & TRICKS 8.1 ADDING SATURATION TO THE HIGH REGISTER 8.2 PSEUDO-COMPRESSION 8.3 STEREO PHASER EFFECT ….. ….. ….. ….. ….. …………….. 9. TECHNICAL INFORMATION 10. CREDITS CONTACT INFORMATION APPENDIX B: MODULATION SOURCES AND DESTINATIONS INDEX 19 19 ….. .19 19 20 20 . .20 .20 .20 . .20 20 .. .20 21 21 . 21 . 21 . 21 21 . 21 .. .22 .. .22 .23 .23 23 .23 .23 .23 .24 24 .24 .24 24 .24 24 .25 …25 …25 .25 ..25 ..25 .. 25 . 27 .27 ……..28 .29 .30

****** Page 7 ****** 1. INTRODUCTION 1. INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing Analog Heat. The Analog Heat is a stereo analog sound processor with many great features such as; 8 different analog effect circuits, an analog multimode filter, analog EQ, and support for Elektron’s groundbreaking software suite Overbridge. Its innovative combination of modern technology and tried and trusted ways of analog sound processing lets you add sparkly brilliance, or grimy roughness, to any sound source. Samplers, drum machines, synths, the master bus, you name it. Analog Heat is a fiery furnace destined to make your music glow and sizzle. Please read this manual in its entirety to get the most out of your machine. 1.1 CONVENTIONS IN THIS MANUAL We have used the following conventions throughout the manual: Key names are written in upper case, bold style and within brackets. For instance, the key labeled “SettingS’ on the main panel is written as [SETTINGS]. Knobs are written in upper case, bold, italic letters. For instance, the knob “Frequency” is called FREQUENCY. LED indicators like the Active LED are written like this: . Menu names are written in upper case letters. The AMP menu is an example of that. Parameter names and certain menu options where settings are made or actions performed are written in bold, upper case letters. For example, ATTACK. Upper case letters are used for parameter setting alternatives, for example, OFF. Messages visible on the screen are written in upper case letters with quotation marks. For example, “INPUT LEVEL TOO HIGH!” The manual uses the following symbols: Important information that you should pay attention to. A tip that makes it easier for you to interact with Analog Heat. The right ear. Nobody wants the wrong one. Analog Heat User Manual. This manual is copyright @ 2016 Elektron Music Machines MAV AB. All reproduction without written authorization is strictly prohibited. The information in this manual may change without notice. Elektron’s product names, logotypes, titles, words or phrases may be registered and protected by Swedish and international law. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. This manual was last updated December 6, 2016. 7

****** Page 8 ****** 2. PANEL LAYOUT AND CONNECTIONS 2. PANEL LAYOUT AND CONNECTIONS 2.1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS Pl ones Out L/F In L/lt Cont’ 01 In Glelælrtrnn MIDl In MIDl Out Sync A MIDl TY ru Sync I usa DC In Master Volume Amp 0-0-0 Filter / EQ Analog Heat mco IWI CIF;IWE WET VOL Stereo Analog Sound Processor Pov er Preset/ Data Pre s+Hold to Save oo Yes Active Settings Mid Drive Enhancement SaturatiOn Clean Boost O Dr ve Env CHARACTER O Wet -evel 17 -o- LEO o Rough Crundh Classic Dist Round Fuzz High Gain O Dry i Wet 16 EQUALIZER 11 High FILTER 12 o Freq ency 15 Filter Type O Reso lance 13 MASTER VOLUME sets the master volume for the L/R and Headphones outputs. 1. [AMP] key accesses the AMP parameter page where you can set things such as drive amount and the 2. volume of the preset. [FILTER/EQ] key accesses the FILTER/EQ parameter pages where you, among other things, can set 3. the filter frequency cutoff, and adjust the equalizer. Press twice to access the second page. [ENV] key accesses the ENV parameter pages where you adjust the settings for the envelope genera- 4. tor/envelope follower. Press twice to access the second page. [LFO] key accesses the LFO parameter pages where you set all things related to the Low Frequency 5. Oscillator. Press twice to access the second page. 6. The LCD screen. PRESET/DATA Used for preset management, such as Save and Load, and data entry. 7. [YES] key is used for entering sub-menus, selecting and confirming. 8. [NO] key is used for exiting the current menu, backing to a higher level menu and negating. 9. 10. DATA ENTRY knobs. Used to set parameter values. Press the knob when turning to change values in larger increments. For more information, please see “5.11 PARAMETER EDITING” on page 14 11. LOW and HIGH adjusts the amount of low-end and high-end frequency content. 12. LEDs that indicate the current type of filter and also if the filter is on or not. 13. RESONANCE sets the resonance of the filter. 14. [FILTER TYPE] selects between the different filter types. Also, pressing both keys at the same time toggles the filter on and off. 15. FREQUENCY sets the filter’s cutoff frequency. 16. DRY/WET sets the balance between the unprocessed (dry) signal and the processed (wet) signal. 17. WET LEVEL sets the level of the processed (wet) signal. 18. DRIVE controls the amount of drive. It increases the effect (distortion) of the selected circuit type. 19. CIRCUIT SELECTOR chooses between the eight different types of analog effect circuits. 20. [SETTINGS] key accesses the SETTINGS menu. See “6. THE SETTINGS MENU” on page 15. 21. [ACTIVE] toggles the effect between active and bypassed.

****** Page 9 ****** 2.2 REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS Llglelrtramrw Anak bg Heat 12VDC 2A 0 000 USB MIDI Out MIDl In Thru 2. PANEL LAYOUT AND CONNECTIONS 10 ooo 0000 Control In Output Headphones Input 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. POWER, Switch for turning the unit on and off. DC In, Input for power supply. Use the included PSU-3b power adapter, connected to a power outlet. USB, For connecting the unit to a computer. For MIDI-control or Overbridge use. Connect to a computer host using the included A to B USB 2.0 connector cable. MIDl THRU/SYNC B, Forwards data from MIDl IN. Can also be configured to send DIN sync to legacy instruments. Use standard MIDl cable to connect another MIDl unit in the chain. MIDl OUT/SYNC A, MIDl data output. Can also be configured to send DIN sync to legacy instruments. Use standard MIDl cable to connect to MIDl In of an external MIDl unit. MIDl IN, MIDl data input. Use standard MIDl cable to connect to MIDl Out of an external MIDl unit. CONTROL IN A/B Inputs for an expression pedal, footswitch, or CV. Use 1/4′ mono phone plug for CV signals. INPUT L/R, Audio inputs. Use either 1/4″ mono phone plug (unbalanced connection) or 1/4″ (Tip/Ring/ Sleeve) phone plug (balanced connection). OUTPUT L/R, Main audio outputs. Use either 1/4′ mono phone plug (unbalanced connection) or 1/4″ (Tip/Ring/Sleeve) phone plug (balanced connection). 10. HEADPHONES, Audio output for stereo headphones. Use 1/4′ (Tip/Ring/Sleeve) phone plug. 9

****** Page 10 ****** 3. FIRST STEPS WITH THE ANALOG HEAT 3. FIRST STEPS WITH THE ANALOG HEAT 3.1 CONNECTING THE UNIT Make sure you place the Analog Heat on a stable support, such as a sturdy table with sufficient cable space. Before you start connecting the Analog Heat to other units, make sure all units are switched off. 1. Plug the supplied DC adapter to a power outlet and connect the small plug to the 12 V DC connector of the Analog Heat unit. 2. Connect the audio source to INPUT L/R. 3. Connect the OUTPUT L/R from the Analog Heat to your mixer or amplifier. 4. To process sound and/or control the Analog Heat from a computer, connect a USB cable between the computer and the USB connector of the Analog Heat. You must also download and install the Overbridge Suite to perform these actions. 5. If you want to use MIDl to control the Analog Heat is desired, connect the MIDl OUT port of the device you wish to send data from to the MIDl IN port of the Analog Heat. You can use the MIDl THRU port for chaining MIDl devices together since it duplicates the data arriving at the MIDl IN port. 6. Switch on all units. Switch on the Analog Heat by pressing the Power switch located at the back of the device. 3.2 SETTING THE INPUT SENSITIVITY LEVEL To make sure the Heat distorts as intended it is important to adjust the audio input sensitivity level so that it matches the level of the sound source. To make sure the Heat distorts as intended it is important to set the audio input sensitivity so that it match- es the level of the sound source. (Note that the settings made here only affects the analog input, and not the digital input from Overbridge.) Use the audio input meter on the LCD screen to monitor your audio input level and follow these steps to set the input sensitivity level: 1. Connect your sound source to the IN L/R inputs of the Analog Heat and make sure that the volume of the sound source is as strong as possible. 2. Press [SETTINGS] and then select INPUT SENSITIVITY. Keep an eye on the audio input meter and change the input sensitivity until you find a setting where the bar reaches the vertical line but without clipping. The message “INPUT LEVEL TOO HIGH” is displayed on the LCD screen when the input level is too high, and clipping occurs. HIGH Optimal input level. LEVEL TOO HIGH! ITIPUT LEVEL TOO HIGH! Too high input level. 3. Adjust the level at the sound source if needed. 10

****** Page 11 ****** 3. FIRST STEPS WITH THE ANALOG HEAT 3.3 SETUP EXAMPLES The Analog Heat is very well suited for use in both an analog setup and in a more digital environment. Here are a couple of examples of how you can use the Analog Heat. For additional information about how to set up Analog Heat in different configurations, please see “6.3.3 ANALOG IN/OUT” on page 16. 3.3.1 ANALOG HEAT AS AN EXTERNAL EFFECT In this example, the Analog Heat is used as an external effect to add color to the Elektron Octatrack before the signal reaches the mixer. G OCTATRACK Ö •i 3.3.2 ANALOG HEAT AS A VST/AU PLUGIN USING OVERBRIDGE Analog Heat can also be used together with Overbridge to allow you to use the Analog Heat as a plugin for analog distortion processing in your DAW. o F*3000, o o oo 00 00 0 o-e-e-o- 3.3.3 ANALOG HEAT AS A SOUND CARD Analog Heat also functions as a 2 in/2 out sound card for your computer and can be used for both recording and monitoring audio. At the same time you can, via Overbridge, also use the effect to process another set of audio signals. aelemron e-e-e-e- O o 00 • • 00 0 o o o oo 00 00 0 11

****** Page 12 ****** 4. SIGNAL FLOW 4. SIGNAL FLOW The illustrations below show the signal flows of the Analog Heat and illustrates how the different compo- nents interact with each other. 4.1 AUDIO SIGNAL FLOW This illustration shows the general flow of audio through the Analog Heat. The complete signal chain is in stereo. Drive In L/R Input Sensitivity Circuit Multi-mode Filter Dirt Equalizer Bypass Effect Wet level Dr /Wet ix Preset Volume Master Volume Overbridge 4.2 MODULATION SIGNAL FLOW This illustration shows the flow of how modulation signals are generated and routed through the Analog Heat. Over- bridge Bandpass Filter Input Sensitivity 5. THE USER INTERFACE 5.1 PRESETS Gain Envelope Follower Filter Modulation Compar- ator Modulation Destination _TF(g} I-FO Envelope Generator Out L/R Head- phones Filter Modulation Modulation Destination Modulation Destination Filter Modulation The Analog Heat has 128 preset slots where you can store your presets. Preset slot 000 is an INIT preset with default values. Note that, when switching off the power on your Heat, any changes to the currently active preset will be lost unless the preset is first saved. There is an indicator (next to the preset number) on the LCD screen showing when changes have been made to the preset. For more information, please see “5.12 LCD SCREEN TITLE BAR” on page 14. 5.1.1 LOADING A PRESET 1. Turn PRESET/DATA to select a preset. 2. Press PRESET/DATA or [YES] to load the preset. 12

****** Page 13 ****** 5. THE USER INTERFACE 5.1.2 SAVING A PRESET 1. Press and hold PRESET/DATA for two seconds. The selected preset now starts to blink to illustrate that you are about to overwrite a preset position. 2. Turn PRESET/DATA to select the preset slot to where you want to save your sound, and then press [YES] 3. (Optional) Turn PRESET/DATA to the character you wish to edit. Press and hold [SETTINGS] and then turn PRESET/DATA to move the cursor to the desired character and select it by releasing [SET- TINGS]. To delete a character, turn PRESET/DATA to move the cursor to highlight the character after the one you wish to delete, then press and hold [SETTINGS] and press [NO] twice. 4. Press [YES] to save the preset. 5.2 ACTIVE MODE Active Mode is toggled on and off by pressing [ACTIVE]. If the Analog Heat is not in Active Mode, the effect is bypassed. The LED indicates if the effect is active or not. You can also use a Footswitch to toggle the Active Mode. For more information, please see “6.4 CONTROL INII on page 17. You also have the option to set if you want the Analog Heat to start in active mode or not when you turn it on. For more information, please see “6.3.2 ACTIVE AT START” on page 16. 5.3 EFFECT CIRCUITS You can use the CIRCUIT SELECTOR to choose between 8 different types of effect circuits for a wide variety of drive and distortion sounds. CLEAN BOOST Makes the signal louder. When fully driven, it sounds similar to overdriving old mixers. Use for minimal distortion or when you only want to use the filter and EQ. SATURATION This circuit is reminiscent of classic tape saturation. Woolly and warm. ENHANCEMENT Adding tube-like glow and sheen to a track or loop. • MID DRIVE Mid-range focused overdrive with a solid and distinct body. ROUGH CRUNCH Gritty, worn and gnarly character. Full of flavor. • CLASSIC DIST Pleasantly distorts upper mid-range frequencies. Ideal for acid bass lines. ROUND FUZZ Adds a lot of harmonics and alters the signal in interesting and often unpredictable ways. • HIGH GAIN Probably the most aggressive of all the circuits. Very maxed out! 5.4 FILTER TYPES Change the type of the filter by pressing one of the two [FILTER TYPE] keys. You can also press the two [FILTER TYPE] keys simultaneously to toggle the filter on/off. It is possible to change the filter type even if the filter is turned off. There are seven different analog filter types in the Analog Heat to help to shape the sound. • LOW PASS 2 (two-pole, 12 dB per octave) LOW PASS 1 (one-pole, 6 dB per octave) BAND PASS HIGH PASS 1 (one-pole, 6 dB per octave) HIGH PASS 2 (two-pole, 12 dB per octave) BAND STOP • PEAK 5.5 EQUALIZER LOW and HIGH adjusts the amount of low-end and high-end frequency gain or attenuation of the effect circuit. Each character circuit comes with its tailor-made equalizer characteristics. For more informa- tion, please see “4.1 AUDIO SIGNAL FLOW” on page 12. 13

****** Page 14 ****** 5. THE USER INTERFACE 5.6 DRIVE Sets the gain level in the effect circuit. A higher setting increases the effect of the selected circuit type, typically resulting in more distortion. For more information, please see “4. SIGNAL FLOW” on page 12. 5.7 WET LEVEL Sets the level of the signal coming from the effect. It is applied before the DRY/WET mix. It is used to match the level of the dry signal for easy mixing of the two. For more information, please see “4. SIGNAL FLOW” on page 12. 5.8 DRY/WET Sets the mix between the clean signal and the signal that is affected by the effect. For more information, please see “4. SIGNAL FLOW” on page 12. 5.9 SETTINGS MENU Press [SETTINGS] to access the SETTINGS menu. sTii4GsÉ Scroll through the list of settings by using the PRESET/DATA knob. Open a highlighted menu by pressing the PRESET/DATA knob or [YES]. To change the settings in the menus, first press and then turn the PRE- SET/DATA knob. For more information, please see “6. THE SETTINGS MENU” on page 15. 5.10 PARAMETER PAGES Access the parameter pages by pressing the corresponding key [AMP], [FILTER/EQ], [ENV], and [LFO]. There are two pages associated with each key (AMP has only one page). You can access the secondary pages by pressing the [PARAMETER] key a second time. For more information, please see “7. PARAMETER PAGES” on page 20. 5.11 PARAMETER EDITING The four DATA ENTRY knobs are used to change the parameter values that are shown on the LCD screen. (Some parameters also have dedicated knobs on the panel.) The physical location of the knobs on the front panel correspond to the layout of the parameters on the screen. Press down and turn the DATA ENTRY to adjust the parameters in larger increments. • Press [SETTINGS] + turn DATA ENTRY knob to quantize the parameter value to integers. • Press [NO] + DATA ENTRY knob to reset the parameter to the default value. • Press [NO] + [PARAMETER] key to reset the selected parameter group to default values. • Use the [NO] key to exit an active menu, back to a higher level menu and to negate. 5.12 LCD SCREEN TITLE BAR Preset number Change indicator Preset name Audio input meter Trigger icon ONE MüClE HTH REL The Preset number and Preset name displays the currently selected preset. If you push one of the pa- rameter keys, the title bar briefly shows the name of the active parameter page. This text is replaced by parameter names when turning the DATA ENTRY knobs or the dedicated controllers. • Between the preset number and the preset name, there is an indicator showing if the preset has been altered. (i.e. changes that may be lost unless you save the preset.) • The Audio input meter displays the level of the incoming audio. The Trigger icon signals that a trigger event has been generated by the Envelope Follower.

****** Page 15 ****** 6. THE SETTINGS MENU 5.13 OVERBRIDGE This manual primarily focuses on how to use the Analog Heat as a standalone effect. But you can also use Overbridge to interact with the Analog Heat. The Overbridge software suite enables a tight integration be- tween the Analog devices (Analog Rytm, Analog Keys, Analog Four, Analog Heat) and a computer DAW. N.B. You must have Analog Heat OS 1.02 or later, and Overbridge 1.15 or later to run Overbridge with Analog Heat. Overbridge allows you to use the Analog Heat as a VST/AU plugin for analog distortion and filter processing in your DAW. It also has a librarian for a clear overview of your presets and gives the ability to load, edit, and save them. When using the Overbridge setup, the user interface for your Analog device will present itself as a clearly laid out plug-in window in your DAW. Browse through and organize presets. Access, edit or automate pa- rameters for sound shaping on screen. Always find your device preset parameters in the same state as you left them when you return to your DAW project, with the convenient total recall functionality. You need an Analog Heat, a USB cable, a computer running Overbridge, and a DAW. If you want to hook up multiple machines to a computer, you must use a USB hub. We suggest the Elektron Overhub, tailored for Overbridge use. It is Multi-TT hub and thereby also supports older Elektron machines. Overbridge is available as a complimentary download on the Elektron website. Please read the Overbridge manual (also available on the Elektron website, Support section) to learn more about its uses and capabilities. Once installed, for Overbridge to work together with your Analog Heat, do the two following two things: First – Make sure the OS of your Analog Heat, and the OS of Overbridge, match. Simply put, always have the most recent OS installed on both computer and device. You find the latest versions of both operating systems included with the Overbridge Suite download package. un-HIOI Second – set your Analog Heat device to Overbridge mode. You will find this setting in the SETTINGS > SYSTEM > USB CONFIG menu. Press [YES] to tick the OVERBRIDGE box. For more information, please see “6.6.1 USB CONFIGU on page 19. For more detailed information about installing and using Overbridge, please see the Overbridge User Manual that you can download from the Elektron website. 6. THE SETTINGS MENU Here follows a description of all the parameters that are in the SETTINGS menu. You access the SETTINGS menu by pressing the [SETTINGS] key. Scroll through the list of settings by using the PRESET/DATA knob. Open a highlighted menu by pressing the PRESET/DATA knob or [YES]. To change the settings in the menus, first press and then turn the PRESET/DATA knob. 6.1 INPUT SENSITIVITY SETISITIUIT4 contlEcT PLU RUOIO SOURCE TEST LEVEL Sets the audio input level to fit the audio level sent to the effect via the IN L/R inputs. It is important to set this level correctly to get the best sound from your Analog Heat. There are four different settings for the input sensitivity: LOW, MID, HIGH & MAX. Low is the most silent, Max is the loudest. For more information, please see “3.2 SETTING THE INPUT SENSITIVITY LEVEL” on page 10. LOW (Maximum input level 10,5 V, peak to peak) MID (Maximum input level V, peak to peak) 15

****** Page 16 ****** 6. THE SETTINGS MENU HIGH (Maximum input level 2,5 V, peak to peak) MAX (Maximum input level 1,2 V, peak to peak) 6.2 MODULATION SOURCE Ertu LFD OEST uet Level DEPTH 0.00 Here you can connect a number of modulation sources with their destinations and set the modulation depth. For more information, please see “APPENDIX B: MODULATION SOURCES AND DESTINATIONS” on page 29. 1. Turn the PRESET/DATA knob to scroll through the source list, and then select it by pressing PRESET/ DATA or [YES]. 2. Turn the PRESET/DATA knob to scroll through the available destinations, and then select it by pressing PRESET/DATA or [YES]. 3. Lastly, set the modulation depth amount by turning the PRESET/DATA knob. A negative value gives an inverted modulation. You can also use the rightmost DATA ENTRY knob to set the modulation depth. To reset the modulation amount to O, press and hold [NO]. 6.3 OPTIONS RCTIUE RT STRRT OPTION} 6.3.1 INTERNAL TEMPO Sets the internal tempo. The tempo range is 30 300 BPM. This tempo controls the speed of the LFO. The Analog Heat can also be set to respond to MIDl clock sent from external devices. If the device is synced from either MIDl Clock or Overbridge, the Internal Tempo setting is locked from editing, and this parameter instead shows the sync source together with the currently active (external) tempo. For more information, please see “6.5.1 SYNC” on page 18. You can also set the tempo by tapping [YES] at least four-five times while the INTERNAL TEMPO parameter is highlighted on the LCD screen. 6.3.2 ACTIVE AT START Sets if Analog Heat is in Active or bypass mode when it is turned on. 6.3.3 ANALOG IN/OUT Sets if the signal from the analog inputs is routed to the effect or not. It also sets if the signal from the effect is routed analog outputs or not. OVERBRIDGE PLUGIN FX Send L/R ANALOG IN IN Analog Input L/R FX Return L/R E F F ECT OUT ANALOG OUT Analog Output L/R OVERBRIDGE AUDIO INTERFACE 16

****** Page 17 ****** 6. THE SETTINGS MENU Analog Heat supports 4 channels of audio. Analog Input L/R are routed to the analog in-, and outputs, and can optionally also be routed through the effect. FX Send L/R are always routed to the effect. • AUTO In Auto mode, Analog Heat automatically detects if the Overbridge plugin is running or not. With Overbridge running, the Analog In is not routed through the effect to the Analog Out. (Same as OFF setting.) If Overbridge is not running, the signal from analog is routed through the effect to the Analog Out. (Same as IN+OUT setting.) • IN+OUT Both Analog In and Analog Out are routed to the effect. • IN Routs the signal from Analog In to the effect. • OUT Routs the signal from the effect to Analog Out. OFF Neither Analog In nor Analog Out are routed to the effect. You can use the Analog Heat as a regular audio interface and let signals pass in and out unaffected by the effect. At the same time you can, via Overbridge, also use the effect to process another set of audio signals. AUTO mode is suitable for most use-cases. It lets the Analog Heat function both as a standalone effect and together with Overbridge as a plugin, while still retaining its func- tionality as a sound card. 6.3.4 KNOB MODE Sets how the knobs on the panel affect the parameters. When you load a preset, the knobs positions typically don’t match their parameter values. JUMP immediately sets the value to the current knob position. • In CATCH mode, turning the knob do not change the parameter value until the knob position matches the presets stored value. You can see the current value of the parameter in the LCD screens title bar while you turn the knob. 6.4 CONTROL IN CTRL 6.4.i CONTROL IN A • CONTROL MODE Sets the port mode to adjust to different kinds of input signals. There are four modes: CV (Control Voltage), EXPR (Expression Pedal), FOOTSW (Footswitch) and OFF. • CVZERO LEVEL (Available when mode is set to CV.) Sets the Volt level at which CV modulation amount is zero. A control input level equal to this setting corresponds to zero modulation. (Range -5.50 V— 5.50 V). • CV MAX LEVEL (Available when mode is set to CV.) Sets the Volt level at which CV modulation amount is max. A control input level equal to this setting corresponds to full modulation. (Range -5.50 V— 5.50 V). EXPRESSION LEARN (Available when mode is set to EXPR.) Sets the highest and lowest limit of the control input level. When in this setting, connect the Expression pedal to CONTROL IN A/B. Press YES and then move the expression pedal first to max and then to min position. Press YES to save settings. • REVERSE DIRECTION (Available when mode is set to EXPR.) Reverses the direction of how the Expression pedal sends control input signals. • FOOTSW DEST (Available when mode is set to FOOTSW.) Sets the destination of the control input from the Footswitch. The options are: TEMPO, ACTIVE PRE- SET +, PRESET -, ENV TRIG • FOOTSWITCH LEARN (Available when mode is set to FOOTSW.) Sets the high and low limit of the control input level. When in this setting, connect the Footswitch pedal to CONTROL IN A/B. Press YES and then press the Footswitch pedal a couple of times. Press YES to save settings. • REVERSE DIRECTION (Available when mode is set to FOOTSW.) Reverses the direction of how the Footswitch pedal sends control input signals. 17

****** Page 18 ****** 6. THE SETTINGS MENU 6.4.2 CONTROL IN B The available settings are the same as for CONTROL IN A mentioned above. 6.5 MIDl These settings are stored in the global settings and are not part of the preset. @ PORT coriFIG 6.5.1 SYNC • CLOCK RECEIVE Sets whether or not the Analog Heat responds to MIDl clock and transport sent from external devices. (ON, OFF) CLOCK SEND Sets whether or not the Analog Heat sends/forwards MIDl Clock and transport. Transport is transmit- ted when an external clock source (MIDl or Overbridge) is used. (ON, OFF) • PROG CHG RECEIVE Sets whether or not the Analog Heat responds to incoming program change messages. This is useful when wanting to select presets from an external source For more information on how to select the appropriate MIDl channel please see “6.5.3 CHANNELS” on page 19. (ON, OFF) • PROG CHG SND Sets whether or not the Analog Heat sends program change messages when it changes patches. For more information on how to select the appropriate MIDl channel, please see “6.5.3 CHANNELS” on page 19. (ON, OFF) 6.5.2 PORT CONFIG • TURBO SPEED This setting allows Turbo mode negotiation between Elektron gear. Connecting the Analog Heat to other Turbo protocol compatible gear, like the Analog Rytm and the Octatrack, makes it possible to increase the average MIDl bandwidth by up to lox. This increases the accuracy of MIDl clock signals as well as the timing of CC messages. (ON, OFF) • OUT PORT FUNC Sets what type of signal the MIDl OUT port sends. • MIDl sets the port to send MIDl data. • DIN24 sets the port to send DIN 24 sync pulses. No MIDl data can be sent on the port when this option is selected. • DIN48 sets the port to send DIN 48 sync pulses. No MIDl data can be sent on the port when this option is selected. • THRU PORT FUNC Sets what type of signal the MIDl THRU port sends. The settings are the same as for OUT PORT FUNC. • INPUT FROM Sets the source from which the Analog Heat receives MIDl data. • MIDl Only receives MIDl data from the MIDl IN port. • USB Only receives MIDl data from the USB port. • MIDI+USB Receives MIDl data from both the MIDI IN and USB port. • NONE Disregards any incoming MIDl data. OUTPUT TO Selects the port to which Analog Heat sends MIDl data (CC or NRPN). • MIDl only sends MIDI data to the MIDl OUT port. • USB Only sends MIDl data to the USB port. MIDI+USB Sends MIDl data to both the MIDl OUT and USB port. • NONE Do not send MIDl data to any port. • PARAM OUTPUT Sets what type of MIDl messages the DATA ENTRY knobs sends. For information about which CC/NRPN parameters that are sent, please see “APPENDIX A: MIDI” on page 28. • CC Sets the knobs to send CC MIDl messages. • NRPN Sets the knobs to send NRPN MIDl messages. 18

****** Page 19 ****** 6. THE SETTINGS MENU • ENCODER DEST Sets whether or not the DATA ENTRY and LEVEL knobs send MIDl data. • INT MIDl Only sends data internally. • INT + EXT MIDl Sends data both internally and externally. • PARAM INPUT Makes it possible to control Analog Heat parameters from an external MIDl device sending CC/NRPN data. (ON, OFF) 6.5.3 CHANNELS MIDl CHANNEL Sets the MIDl channel that Analog Heat uses to send and receive MIDl data. When set to OFF, all MIDl functionality is disabled. (Range 1 —16) 6.6 SYSTEM A coriFIG use RUOIO cnrIFIG 0 05 UPGRROE sys 6.6.1 USB CONFIG • USB-MIDI ONLY If you wish to disable the Overbridge integration functionality, then select this option. (ON, OFF) • OVERBRIDGE To use the Analog Heat as an Overbridge device, select Overbridge mode. (ON, OFF) 6.6.2 USB AUDIO CONFIG Here you can set the output level of the audio over USB when you use the Analog Heat as a sound card. Select USB OUTPUT LEV and set the desired output level. This setting only affects Analog Out L/R (OUTPUT L/R). (Range O dB- +18 dB) 6.6.3 OS UPGRADE This menu option is used to upgrade the Analog Heat OS. To send the OS syx file, use our free SysEx utility software C6 (or other compatible SysEx software). You can download the OS syx file and the C6 software from the Elektron website. For the transfer to be possible, the device sending the OS syx-file must be connected to either the MIDl IN or USB port of the Analog Heat. Also, MIDl or USB must be enabled. For more information, please see “6.5.2 PORT CONFIGU on page 18. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Please note that the Analog Heat do not appear as an icon on your computer desktop. Download the OS syx file and the C6 software to your computer. Select OS UPGRADE on the Analog Heat (If you wish to cancel the waiting state, press [NO].) Open the C6 software. Click “Configure” and select Elektron Analog Heat for MIDl In as well as MIDI Out. Drag the OS syx file to the C6 main window, then highlight it by single-clicking it. Click the “send” button in the top left corner of the C6 window. When receiving the OS, a progress bar and the message “RECEIVING” is visible on the Analog Heat LCD screen. When the bar is full, the message “ERASING FLASH” is shown on the screen. This takes a short while. When this process is complete, the OS is updated, and the unit reboots. If the Analog Heat is receiving the OS upgrade through the MIDl ports, use the Elektron TM-I USB MIDl interface for up to IOX higher transfer speeds. 6.6.4 CALIBRATION CALIBRATION starts the calibration routine for the drive circuits and filters. After selecting this option, a popup window appears asking to confirm the calibration. Press [YES] to proceed with the calibration. Please note that the calibration routine takes quite a while to complete. 19

****** Page 20 ****** 7. PARAMETER PAGES The device should be turned on at least 2 hours before you perform a calibration for its circuits to warm up properly. If the unit has not yet warmed up for 2 hours, there is a cal- ibration countdown counter which automatically initiates the calibration once it reaches the timeout. Also, please note that nothing should be connected to the device during the calibration. Remember to turn down the volume on all speakers and headphones before activating Test mode. Analog Heat is factory calibrated. It should not be re-calibrated unless specifically stated by Elektron Support or if prompted by the machine. 7. PARAMETER PAGES Here follows a description of all the parameters that are on the PARAMETER pages. You access the param- eter pages by pressing the [PARAMETER] keys. AMP has one page. FILTER/EQ, ENV, and LFO has two pages. To access page one, press the [PARAMETER] key once. To access page two, press the [PARAME- TERI key twice. 7.1 PAGE Press [AMP] once to access this parameter page. ORWE 7.1.i DRIVE WET ORWWET VOL Sets the gain level of the audio into the distortion circuit. A higher setting results in more distortion. Even at zero level some of the circuits have a clear effect on the sound. (Range 0.00—127.00) 7.1.2 WET Sets the level of the signal that is affected by the effect. Use WET LEVEL to balance the Wet part so that it has a similar level to the Dry part. This makes it easier to use the (Dry/Wet) MIX parameter to do parallel distortion. For more information, please see 114. SIGNAL FLOW” on page 12. (This parameter is written as WET LEVEL on the device panel.) (Range 0.00—127.00) 7.1.3 DRY/WET Sets the mix between the clean signal and the signal that is affected by the effect. (Range -64.00 63.00) 7.1.4 VOL Sets the overall level of the sound and is saved as part of the preset. Use this to pick a good output gain for the complete preset (i.e. from the output of the Dry/Wet mix). (Range 0—127) 7.2 FILTER/EQ PAGE 1 Press [FILTER/EQ] once to access this parameter page. FILTER/Eü 1=10 RESO ENV 7.2.’ FREQ Sets the cutoff frequency of the filter. (Range 0.00—127.00) 20

****** Page 21 ****** 7. PARAMETER PAGES 7.2.2 RESO Sets the amount of resonance at the cutoff point of the filter. (Range 0.00—127.00) 7.2.3 ENV Sets the amount of how much the envelope and envelope follower affects the filter frequency. A negative value gives an inverted modulation. (Range -128.00—127.00) 7.2.4 LFO Sets the amount of how much the LFO affects the filter frequency. A negative value gives an inverted modulation. (Range -128.00-127.00) 7.3 FILTER/EQ PAGE 2 Press [FILTER/EQ] twice to access this parameter page. 0 0 8-8 7.3.1 FRQPAN Adjust the cutoff frequency of the filter and pans its behavior between the Left and Right channel. At a value of O there is no frequency panning effect. Lower values increase the cutoff frequency in the Left channel and decrease it in the Right channel. Higher values increase the cutoff frequency in the Right channel and decrease it in the Left channel. (Range -64.00 — 63.00) 7.3.2 DIRT This parameter sets the amount of input level to the filter. It can be used to slightly overdrive the signal going into the filter, producing filter distortion. (Range O —127) 7.3.3 EQ LO Controls the amount of low-end in the equalizer. Depending on selected circuit-type, this affects the low- end in slightly different ways, always tailor-made to suit the characteristics of the selected circuit. (Range -64.00 – 63.00) 7.3.4 EQ HI Controls the amount of high-end in the equalizer. Depending on selected circuit-type, this affects the high-end in slightly different ways, always tailor-made to suit the characteristics of the selected circuit. (Range -64.00 – 63.00) 7.4 ENVELOPE PAGE 1 Press [ENV] once to access this parameter page. ENVELOPE REL TRIG Analog Heat contains an envelope follower function. The envelope follower is used to detect the amplitude variations of the incoming audio signal to produce a control signal (envelope) that resembles those varia- tions. The control voltage rises and falls with the overall volume of the input signal. This control signal can be routed to modulate the filter and also to a two other modulation destinations of your choice. For more information, please see “6.2 MODULATION” on page 16. Tightly coupled with the Envelope Follower is also an Envelope Generator. If you do not want to use the follower output directly, you can choose to use the follower only to trigger the Envelope Generator, if you want to use predefined Attack/Decay (or Attack/ Release) times rather than follow the audio with the rise/fall slopes. For more information, please see “4.2 MODULATION SIGNAL FLOW” on page 12. 21

****** Page 22 ****** 7. PARAMETER PAGES 7.4.i MODE Sets the mode of the envelope follower. Keep turning the knob to access the next mode. The higher the value under the selected mode, the more gain is added to the signal, which is useful for weak input signals. AR (Attack-Release) Creates an envelope control signal where the Attack phase begins when the incoming sound exceeds the threshold. The envelope then holds until the incoming sound falls under the threshold and the release phase starts Envelope control signal Attack Trig Audio signal TIME AD (Attack-Decay) Release Creates an envelope control signal where the Attack phase begins when the incoming sound exceeds the threshold and is then followed directly by the decay phase. Envelope control signal Attack Decay Trig Audio signal TIME • FLW (Follow) The envelope follows the amplitude of the input signal when it is above the threshold level. Envelope -J control signal > Audio signal -.4 Trig TIME 7.4.2 ATK In Follow (FLW) mode, this is the rise time of the envelope follower, i.e. how quickly the follower rises when the amplitude of the audio increases. In generator mode (AD or AR), this is the attack time of the generated envelope. The rise time of the underlying envelope follower is set to fastest possible rise time in these configurations. (Range O —127) 22

****** Page 23 ****** 7. PARAMETER PAGES 7.4.3 REL In Follow (FLW) mode, this is the fall time of the envelope follower, i.e. how quickly the follower falls when the amplitude of the audio falls. In generator mode (AD or AR), this is the decay- or release time of the generated envelope. The fall time of the underlying envelope follower is set to a good, predefined fall time in these configurations. (Range O —127) 7.4.4 TRIG Sets the threshold level at which the envelope follower triggers the envelope generator and the LFO. (Range 0.00-127.00) 7.5 ENVELOPE PAGE 2 Press [ENV] twice to access this parameter page. ENVELOPE EhSE WIDTH DESTI OEPTHi The envelope has three modulation destinations. 1. The first destination is set using the parameter DESTI. DEPTHI controls the amount of envelope modu- lation sent to the chosen destination. The first destination can also be set in the MODULATION param- eter page found at SETTINGS>MODULATION. Select ENV 1ST as a source and then select modulation destination and modulation depth. For m ore information, please see “6.2 MODULATION” on page 16. 2. The second destination is set in the MODULATION parameter page (see above). Select ENV 2ND as a source and then select modulation destination and modulation depth. 3. The third modulation destination is permanently set to the filter cutoff. The parameter ENV on the FIL- TER/EQ PAGE 1 parameter page controls the amount of envelope modulation added to the filter cutoff. The envelope follower uses a filter to define the frequency span of the input signal that the envelope follow- er reacts to. This span is defined by the BASE and WIDTH parameters. Examples of how the BASE and WIDTH parameters affect the filter of the envelope follower: z z z Width Base FREQUENCY 0-0 E-o Width Base FREQUENCY Width Base FREQUENCY With BASE set to O, the envelope follower filter functions as a low pass filter with WIDTH adjusting the frequency range. With WIDTH set to 127, the envelope follower filter functions as a high pass filter with BASE adjusting the frequency range. If you want the envelope follower to trigger specifically on different types of drums in a loop (for example the snare, or the hi-hats), this filter is very usable to isolate these elements. 7.5.1 BASE Sets the base frequency of the filter detection. (Range O —127) 7.5.2 WIDTH Sets the frequency width above the base frequency. (Range O —127) 7.5.3 DESTI Sets the modulation destination of the envelope follower. For more information, please see “APPENDIX B: MODULATION SOURCES AND DESTINATIONS’ on page 29. 23

****** Page 24 ****** 7. PARAMETER PAGES 7.5.4 DEPTHI Sets the amount of how much the envelope follower affects the modulation destination. A negative value gives an inverted modulation. (Range -128.00—127.00) 0-0 7.6 LFO PAGE 1 Press [LFO] once to access this parameter page. LFCI SPEED MULT 7.6.1 SPEED PHHSE Sets the rate of the LFO in relation to the internal or external tempo. It is synced to BPM if one of the “BPM x” settings are selected in the MULT parameter. To sync the LFO to straight beats, try settings of 16 or 32. The value of this parameter is bi-polar. (The LFO shape can be played backward by using nega- tive values.) For more information, please see “6.3.1 INTERNAL TEMPO” on page 16. (Range -64—63) 7.6.2 MULT Multiplies the SPEED parameter by the set factor. (x) multiplies the current BPM. 1-2K multiplies the LFO speed regardless of the current internal or external tempo. 7.6.3 WAVE Sets the LFO waveform. (TRIS SINE, SQR, SAW, EXR RAMP, RND) 7.6.4 PHASE Sets wherein the LFO waveform cycle it starts when triggered. (Range O —127) For example, if you set WAVEFORM to SAW and START PHASE to 64 it works like this: Start Phase 7.7 LFO PAGE 2 Press [LFO] twice to access this parameter page. LFCI MOOE The LFO has three modulation destinations. DESTI OEPTHI 1. The first is set using the parameter DESTI. The amount of LFO modulation added to the selected des- tination is controlled by the parameter DEPTHI. The first modulation destination can also be set in the MODULATION parameter page found at SETTINGS>MODULATION. Select LFO 1ST as a source and then select modulation destination and modulation depth. For more information, please see “6.2 MODU- LATION” on page 16. 2. The second destination is set in the MODULATION parameter page (see above). Select LFO 2ND as a source and then select modulation destination and modulation depth. 3. The third modulation destination is permanently set to the filter cutoff. The amount of LFO modulation added to the filter cutoff is controlled by the parameter LFO on the FILTER/EQ PAGE 1 parameter page. 24

****** Page 25 ****** 8. TIPS & TRICKS 7.7.1 FADE FADE offers the possibility to fade in/out the LFO modulation. Positive values give a fade-out, negative values give a fade-in. A middle position (O) results in no fade in/out. The fade curve is restarted each time the LFO triggers. For more information, please see “7.4.4 TRIG” on page 23. (Range -64 — 63) 7.7.2 MODE Selects between four different modes of LFO behavior. FREE is the default free-running mode. The LFO run continuously, never restarting or stopping. TRIG The LFO run continuously, but restarts on the event of an envelope trig. HOLD The LFO run continuously, but on the event of an envelope trig, the output LFO level is latched and held still until the next envelope trig ONE The LFO does nothing until the event of an envelope trig. It then runs for one complete cycle and then stops. This setting makes the LFO function similar to an envelope. HALF The LFO does nothing until the event of an envelope trig. It then runs for a one-half cycle and then stops. 7.7.3 DESTI Sets the modulation destination of the LFO. For more information, please see “APPENDIX B: MODULA- TION SOURCES AND DESTINATIONS” on page 29. 7.7.4 DEPTHI Sets the amount of how much the LFO affects the modulation destination. A negative value gives an inverted modulation. (Range -128.00—127.00) 8. TIPS & TRICKS Here you can find a couple of different examples of some of the things you can do with the Analog Heat. 8.1 ADDING SATURATION TO THE HIGH REGISTER You can use the Analog Heat to add saturation to the high-frequency register of a full range mix. This is useful when you want to introduce some subtle harmonics to the mix, without distorting the overall sound. 1. Select the SATURATION circuit and the HIGH PASS 2 filter. 2. Connect your sound source to the Analog Heat and make sure that the volume of the sound source is as strong as possible. 3. Make sure the input level is correctly set. For more information, please see “3.2 SETTING THE INPUT SENSITIVITY LEVEL” on page 10. 4. Start by setting DRIVE to O, WET LEVEL to 127, and DRY/WET to O. Set the filter RESONANCE to O and FREQUENCY to 100. 5. Increase DRIVE until you start to hear a little saturation in the higher registers, but not so much that the saturation gets too dominant. The processed signal is lower than the bypassed signal, so you should ad- just the preset volume (For more information, please see 117.1.4 VOL” on page 20.) to match the active and bypassed state to be able to A/B test correctly. 6. Tweak DRY/WET and DRIVE until you find a nice balance and the sound you want. If you want to use the EQ, remember that only HIGH EQ affects the sound, since the low frequencies are filtered out. 8.2 PSEUDO-COMPRESSION You can use the Analog Heat to emulate a compressor and/or expander by using the Envelope Generator. This is useful if you want to add some extra pump to drums, or to liven up a flat sound. In this example, you should use a highly dynamic sound source, with sharp transients, such as drums. 1. Select the CLEAN BOOST circuit and disable the filter by pressing both [FILTER TYPE] keys at the same time. All filter type LEDs should be turned off. 2. Connect your sound source to the Analog Heat and make sure that the volume of the sound source is as strong as possible. 3. Make sure the input level is correctly set. For more information, please see “3.2 SETTING THE INPUT SENSITIVITY LEVEL” on page 10. 25

****** Page 26 ****** 8. TIPS & TRICKS 4. Start by setting DRIVE to O, WET LEVEL to 127, and DRY/WETto 127. 5. Press the [AMP] key to access AMP PAGE, and set VOL to 127. 6. Press the [ENV] key to access ENVELOPE PAGE 1, and set MODE to AD. Adjust the MODE (AD) param- eter until you clearly see the incoming signal in the TRIG meter. You should see the peaks and dips of the incoming signal, retaining as much as possible of dynamics of the signal. 7. Lower the TRIG value until you see the trigger icon blink in the upper right corner of the screen. Make sure it triggers mainly from the strongest peaks of the incoming sound. 8. Set ATK to 48, and REL to 72. ONE MOOE REL TRIG 9. Press [ENV] a second time to access ENVELOPE PAGE 2 and change DESTI to PRESET VOL and DEPTHI to -72. You should now hear a very dynamic ducking effect with pretty sharp transients. You can change VOL, ATKI REL, and DEPTHI to achieve different compression effects. If you change VOL to 80 and apply positive modulation (DEPTHI), you expand the signal instead of compress it. Bonus: Adding LFO 1. Press the [LFO] key to access LFO PAGE 1. 2. Set WAVE to SQR, SPEED to 1, and MULT to xl. 3. Press the [LFO] key again to access LFO PAGE 2. 4. Set DESTI to PRESET VOL, MODE to TRI, and FADE to 40. 5. Apply positive modulation from DEPTHI for even louder transients. Note that DEPTHI on ENVELOPE PAGE 2 need to be lowered to make room for the LFO modulation. 8.3 STEREO PHASER EFFECT The Analog Heat can also achieve an effect similar to that of a classic stereo phaser pedal by using the filter frequency panning function. 1. Select any circuit and set the [FILTER TYPE] to NOTCH. 2. Connect your sound source to the Analog Heat and make sure that the volume of the sound source is as strong as possible. 3. Make sure the input level is correctly set. For more information, please see “3.2 SETTING THE INPUT SENSITIVITY LEVEL” on page 10. 4. Start by setting WET LEVEL to 127, and DRY/WET to 127. Set FREQUENCY to 64, and RESONANCE to O. 5. Press the [LFO] key twice to access LFO PAGE 2, and change DESTI to FRQPAN and set DEPTHI to around +64. 6. Press the [LFO] key to access LFO PAGE 1 and set SPEED to your liking. You should now hear a phasing effect applied to your sound. Try playing around with the LFO waveforms, speed, and depth, as well as the filter frequency. The different Filter Types have a different impact on the sound when you use the filter frequency panning. 26

****** Page 27 ****** 9. TECHNICAL INFORMATION ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS Impedance balanced audio outputs Main outputs level: +22 dBu peak Output impedance: 440 Q unbalanced Headphones output Headphones out level: +22 dBu peak Output impedance: 55 Q Balanced audio inputs Input level: +22 dBu peak Audio input impedance: 39 kQ Control inputs Input level on tip: -5 V +5 V. Supplies +5 V on ring Accepts CV, Expression pedals, Footswitches Unit power consumption: 12 W typical Compatible Elektron power supply: PSU-3b 9. TECHNICAL INFORMATION HARDWARE 122 x 32 pixel back-lit LCD MIDl In/Out/Thru with DIN Sync out 2 x 1/4′ impedance balanced audio out jacks 2 x 1/4″ balanced audio in jacks 1 x 1/4″ stereo headphone jack 2 x 1/4′ control input jacks 48 kHz, 24-bit D/A and A/D converters Electrically isolated Hi-speed USB 2.0 port Power inlet: Center positive 5.5 x 2.5 mm barrel jack, 12 V DC, 2 A PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS Sturdy steel casing Dimensions: W 215 x D 184 x H 63 mm (8.5″ x 7.2″ x 2.5″) (including power switch, jacks, knobs and feet) Weight: approximately 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs) 100 x 100 mm VESA mounting holes. Use M4 screws with a max length of 7.4 mm. Maximum recommended ambient operating temperature: +350 C (+960 F) 10. CREDITS AND CONTACT INFORMATION CREDITS PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT Oscar Albinsson Ali Alper qaklr Oscar Dragén Magnus Forsell Anders Gärder Fabian Hundertmark Christer Lindström Jimmy Myhrman David Revelj Mattias Rickardsson ADDITIONAL DESIGN Johan Damerau Ufuk Demir Thomas Ekelund Simon Mattisson Jon Mårtensson Olle Petersson Cenk Saynll DOCUMENTATION Erik Ångman CONTACT INFORMATION ELEKTRON WEBSITE elektron.se OFFICE ADDRESS Elektron Music Machines MAV AB Sockerbruket 9 SE-414 51 Gothenburg Sweden TELEPHONE +46 (0)31 743 744 0 27

****** Page 28 ****** APPENDIX A: APPENDIX A: MIDl This appendix lists the CC and NRPN numbers for the Analog Heat. Parameter Circuit Select Drive Wet Level Dry/wet Mix Preset Volume EQ Low EQ High VCF Mode VCF Frequency VCF Frequency Pan VCF Resonance VCF Dirt ENV to Filter LFO to Filter ENV Threshold ENV Attack ENV Release ENV Base ENV Width ENV Mode ENV Destination ENV Depth ENV Destination 2 ENV Depth 2 LFO Waveform LFO Speed LFO Multiplier LFO Fade LFO Mode LFO Start Phase LFO Destination LFO Depth LFO Destination 2 LFO Depth 2 CV A Destination CV A Depth Expr. A Destination Expr. A Depth CV B Destination CV B Depth Expr. B Destination Expr. B Depth 28 CC MSB 70 12 11 8 7 9 10 80 74 79 71 13 14 15 16 73 72 17 18 19 75 20 76 21 22 23 24 25 26 77 78 28 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 CC LSB 37 38 39 40 41 42 49 43 44 45 47 48 NRPN MSB NRPN LSB 70 12 11 8 7 9 10 80 74 79 71 13 14 15 16 73 72 17 18 19 75 20 76 21 22 23 24 25 26 77 78 28 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 Specific values info O=CB, 1=SA, 2=EN, 3=MD, 4=RC, 5=CD, 6=RF, 7=1-IG 1=LP2, 3=LP1, 5=BP, 7=HP1, 9=HP2, 11=BS, 13=PK O=TRI, I-SIN 2=SQR, 3=SAW, 4=EXP, 5=RAMP, 6=RND O=FREE, I-TRIG, 2=HOLD, 3=0NE, 4=HALF

****** Page 29 ****** APPENDIX B: MODULATION SOURCES AND DESTINATIONS APPENDIX B: MODULATION SOURCES AND DESTINATIONS This appendix lists parameters that can be modulated by one or more of the following modulation sources; Envelope/Envelope Follower, LFO, and Expression pedal/CV. Modulation source Parameter Drive Wet Dry/Wet Mix Preset Volume EQ Low EQ High VCF Frequency VCF Frequency Pan VCF Resonance VCF Dirt ENV to VCF LFO to VCF ENV Trig Level ENV Attack ENV Release ENV Base ENV Width ENV Destination ENV Depth ENV Destination 2 ENV Depth 2 LFO Waveform LFO Speed LFO Multiplier LFO Fade LFO Mode LFO Start Phase LFO Destination LFO Depth LFO Destination 2 LFO Depth 2 ENV x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x LFO x x x x x x x x x x x x EXP/CV x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 29

****** Page 30 ****** INDEX INDEX ACTIVE MODE 13 AMPLIFIER 20, 25 Drive 20 Dry/Wet 20 Volume 20 Wet 20 AUDIO & ROUTING 16 c CALIBRATION 19 CONNECTIONS 9 CONTROL INPUTS 17 CREDITS AND CONTACT INFORMATION 27 cv 17 EFFECT CIRCUITS 13 ENVELOPE (FOLLOWER) 21 Attack 22 Base 23 Filter 23 Mode: Attack-Decay 22 Mode: Attack-Release 22 Mode: Follow 22 Modulation depth 24 Modulation destination 23 Release 23 Trigger 23 Width 23 EQUALIZER 21 EQ High 21 EQ Low 21 EXPRESSION PEDAL 17 F FILTER Dirt 21 Env modulation 21 Filter types 21 Frequency 20 Frequency panning LFO modulation 21 Resonance 21 Type 21 FOOTSWITCH 17 INPUT LEVEL Input sensitivity 15 Setting 10 LCD SCREEN 14 LFO 24 Fade 25 LEO Tempo 11, 16 Mode 25 21 Multiplier 24 Phase 24 Speed 24 Waveform 24 MIDl 18 CC, NRPN specification 28 Implementation 28, 29 Ports 18 sync 19 MODULATION SOURCES/DESTINATIONS 29 o OS UPGRADE 19 OVERBRIDGE 15 p PANEL LAYOUT AND CONNECTIONS Connecting the unit 10 Front panel 8 Rear panel 9, 10 Setup examples 11 PARAMETER EDITING 14 PARAMETER PAGES 14 PARAMETERS 20, 25 Amp 20, 25 Envelope follower 21 EQ 21 Filter 20 LFO 24 PRESETS 12 Loading a preset 12 Preset volume 20 Saving a preset 13 s SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE 3 SETTINGS MENU Audio 15, 16 Audio & Routing 16 Control in 17 Control input 17 Input sensitivity 15 MIDl 18 System 19 SETUP EXAMPLES il SIGNAL FLOW 12 Audio signal flow 12 Modulation signal flow 12 SYSTEM 19 Calibration 19 OS Upgrade 19 TECHNICAL INFORMATION 27 TIPS & TRICKS 25 USER INTERFACE 12 Modulation depth 25 Modulation destination 25 30

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