THE DIGITAKT FACTORY CONTENT
The Digitakt should contain the following factory content:
64 factory SOUNDS (A sample linked from the +Drive, plus the SRC, FLTR, AMP, and LFO PARAMETER pages settings for the audio track.)
400+ Factory SAMPLES (A 16 bit, 48 kHz, mono audio file.)
CHECK IF THE FACTORY CONTENT IS MISSING
Do you hear any sound when you play the preset project patterns? These patterns make use of factory content samples.
Do I have any Sounds?
Press [FUNC] + LEVEL/DATA to open the SOUND BROWSER. This menu shows a list of all Sounds in the +Drive Sound library. Turn the LEVEL/DATA knob or press [UP]/[DOWN] to scroll through the list.
Do I have any samples?
Press [GLOBAL SETTINGS], select SAMPLES, and then press [YES]. Use the [ARROW] keys to navigate to the folder called FACTORY and then press [YES]. Here you should find three folders, Drums, Synths, and Toolbox, that has several subfolders that contain the factory samples.
PERFORMING A FACTORY RESET TO RECOVER THE FACTORY CONTENT
If you can't find any Sounds or samples you can recover them by performing a factory reset in the SETTINGS menu.
Please note: When you perform a factory reset, it will overwrite and re-initialize the active RAM project (including all pattern and global data). The +Drive project slot 1 will be overwritten and re-initialized with factory preset patterns, sounds and settings. Sound bank A will be overwritten with the factory sounds. If you wish to keep the active project, remember to save it to a +Drive project slot higher than 1 before you perform a factory reset.
To open the SETTINGS meny, hold down the [FUNC] key while powering up the Digitakt.
Press the [TRIG 3] key to perform a factory reset.
STILL CANT FIND ANY FACTORY SOUNDS OR SAMPLES?
Please contact Elektron support: https://www.elektron.se/customer/tickets/.