Sonic Poison LXR Drum Machine – 1st test

July 6, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The LXR is a digital drum synthesizer. They sell it as a DIY kit, so you will have to build/solder it yourself.
The kit contains an unassembled frontpanel PCB and all needed parts, as well as an assembled mainboard with all the SMD components. A picture of the kit content can be found here.

“Today my new drum machine LXR arrived, this is a first test-jam where i tried out some functions and only playing around with other synths… so no real music here, sorry :-)”

Features:

  • Cortex M4 based
  • 6 voices (VA and FM)
  • 7 sequencer tracks (extra open HH channel)
  • 44kHz / 16 bit audio
  • 4 mono outputs
  • 4 different instrument engines
  • 1/128 step pattern resolution
  • USB/Din Midi
  • different lengths for each track
  • 8 chainable patterns per preset
  • Step probability
  • SD-Card
  • Cowbells!
  • 39 buttons
  • 6 LFOs routable to every voice parameter
  • complete kit. comes with all needed parts for assembly
  • No SMD soldering required
  • open source
  • All! actions possible without stopping the sequencer playback

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