MATRIXSYNTH: Essential guide to the DB-01 Bassline (2024 edition)

Friday, February 16, 2024

Essential guide to the DB-01 Bassline (2024 edition)

video upload by Richard DeHove

"This guide is meant for new users and is ordered to present the information you need as you start to explore the machine. So if you've just got your machine, plug it in and follow along, and by the end of the video you'll know 95% of the functions and be happily creating, saving and tweaking patterns. The DB-01 really is an amazingly well-balanced machine that can do much more than mere basslines.

My original guide to the DB-01 was published back in 2020 and although it's one of my most popular videos it was done on a crusty camera and onboard mic. So after dozens of videos about this sturdy little machine, I thought it deserved a redo.

If, at the end, there are areas where you want more detail, there's sure to be a video about it in my DB-01 playlist. Please have a look. If not, ask in the comments, I try to answer every question.

0:00 Intro and contents
1:27 Back panel
2:00 Interface
2:44 Escape key
2:58 Make sound
4:58 Notes
5:50 Gates
7:00 Keyboard mode
8:03 Volume
8:28 Firmware version
8:36 Set volume
10:00 Filter tracking
10:47 Live record
11:58 Saving
12:35 Undo
13:52 Patterns
14:30 Config: Clock
16:20 Config: MIDI
16:53 Config: Follow
17:50 Config: Tuning
18:00 Config: Backup
18:08 Config: Calibrate
18:55 Config: Factory reset
19:09 Config: Version
19:35 The LFO
27:50 Save LFO settings
28:55 Select Bank
30:15 Move start step
31:18 Save methods
32:17 Copy and paste
33:44 Random pattern generator
38:00 Set scale
40:19 Accent
40:42 Slides
41:22 Pitch envelope
42:58 Last step & length
45:53 Filter mod
46:43 Play mode & probability
48:52 Transpose
49:16 Arpegiator

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