MATRIXSYNTH: Modor DR-2 tutorial Part 2: Special functions


Friday, May 31, 2024

Modor DR-2 tutorial Part 2: Special functions


video upload by Richard DeHove

"Part 2 in the guide to the Modor DR-2 drum machine. Here I cover a lot of the extra functions and front panel buttons. Again this isn't a sound design tutorial, just a guide to functionality.

At almost 30 minutes long I thought I should leave things there rather than trying to cover all the remaining functions since a lot of these rely on shortcuts. How many shortcuts can you assimilate in 30 minutes?

So Part 3 will cover the remaining features and after that the really fun stuff of sound design.

Finally, if you're listening through headphones and hear some high pitched noise, that's my mic picking up some RF noise which I've since, thankfully, solved. The DR-2 is dead quiet and clean.

0:00 Reverse
4:03 Transient click
4:45 Soft attack
6:26 Tilt filter
7:27 Parametric EQ
9:50 Break
11:47 Inspect value
13:35 Flam
15:10 Tuplets
18:04 Naming
19:15 Distortion
20:14 Set volume
21:58 Accents
24:08 Velocity modulation
25:30 Random functions

Lots of downloads for supporters on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/richarddehove
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My website: https://richarddehove.com/"

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