Erica Synths LXR-02 Drum Machine Review

In the latest Sonic Lab review, midierror takes a look at the new Erica Synths LXR-02 Drum Machine.

The LXR-02 is an updated version of Sonic Potions’ DIY kit. It features six voices: three multipurpose drum voices, a dedicated subtractive clap/snare voice, FM percussion voice, and a hi-hat voice.

Topics covered:

00:00 Intro
01:56 Connections and overview
03:50 Sound Interlude
4:15 Voice Mode and the kick
09:40 Routing and FX
10:50 Sounds interlue
11:22 Sequencing
12:25 Interlude
12:50 more voices + building a pattern
14:50 Perfomance mode and automation
16:40 Probability
17:56 LFO and modulation
20:40 Interlude
21:05 More performance functions
23:00 Interlude
23:40 Memories and Morphing
26:05 conclusions

Details are available at the Erica Synths site.

Check it out and share your thoughts on the LXR-02 in the comments!

One thought on “Erica Synths LXR-02 Drum Machine Review

  1. I really enjoyed building the first one from the DIY kit. I haven’t used it much since then though. This one does seem like a nice upgrade,

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