For NAMM 2020, Erica Synths is showing the DB-01, a new bassline Synthesizer that combines the company signature analog sound with an advanced sequencer.
One expected little Synthesizer news on NAMM 2020, because everybody goes to Superbooth. Even Erica Synths shows a new Synthesizer this week but not directly on the NAMM. The DB-01 is a new analog bassline Synthesizer that can be seen as the aggressive and raw brother of the Roland TB-303 without being a clone.
With the Erica Synths DB-01, you can create classic basslines and rave sounds but also massive drones and drums. It lets you explore new territories of sound and performance techniques and go from a melody to noise and back in no time
- Aggressive LP/BP filter design from the Acidbox
- One knob overdrive for even more destructive sound
- Transistor based sub-oscillator
- Independent amplitude, filter cutoff and pitch envelopes
- BBD based detune for massive swarm sound
- Syncable LFO with multiple waveforms for FM and VCF modulation
- Noise source
- Intuitive, easy to use sequencer for up to 64 step patterns
- Sequence transposing
- Pattern randomization
- Modulation track with VCF cutoff automation
- Built in and user defined scales with micro tonal possibilities
- Analog clock in and out
- CV/Gate output/input
- MIDI IN and THRU – play it with a keyboard!
- 4 banks of 16 patterns memory
- Compact, durable aluminum enclosure
Erica Synths DB-01 will be available in Spring 2020 for a price of 460€ (ex. VAT).
More information here: Erica Synths