MATRIXSYNTH: LXR-02 tutorial - Part 2: Projects & Kits

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

LXR-02 tutorial - Part 2: Projects & Kits


video upload by Richard DeHove

Richard DeHove LXR-02 posts

"Part two of a getting started guide for the Erica Synths LXR-02 drum machine. This is with firmware version 1.1. This tutorial covers initializing a new project, adjusting basic configuration settings, using an external MIDI controller, and a run through of the voice editing parameters. Here we look at just the main drum synth voice that is used in the first three voices. Toward the end we create some basic drum sounds from scratch including some clean kicks, a few awful FM things and various flavors of snare. The remaining three voices: snare, clap and hats (and some better FM) - will be in the next tutorial. If you want to skip all the config stuff start at 8:15 minutes in. 0:00 Intro 0:30 Initializing a project 1:32 Config options 4:08 MIDI note assign 5:00 Default content ** 5:42 Tuned chromatic playing 7:09 Edit project name 8:00 Voice editing begins! (finally) 8:15 MIX section 8:32 OSC section 10:04 FILTER section 11:38 CLICK section 15:23 LFO section 21:32 AEG section 24:07 MOD section 25:46 Making some kick drums 29:53 MOD veocity controls 33:54 FM section 37:53 Making some snare drums My site: https://richarddehove.com/ Lots of downloads for supporters on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/richarddehove ** A couple of minor points: At 5:00 minutes I delete some content on Pattern 1. On very rare ocassions when initializing a project I get random (but coherant!) content on Pattern 1. Of course it happened while videoing. Also, a few people would have seen an earlier "tutorial 2". This was based on the operation of the LXR-02 with an earlier SD card image which didn't allow for simple project initialization. The improved software made that video largely irrelevant so I deleted it. That's the danger with early version tutorials!"

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