Erica Synths Unveils New Bassline DB-01 Due This Spring | NAMM 2020

Latvian synth brand Erica Synths has demonstrated over the past few years how well they can take on the task of making an exciting, modern synth, and this newly unveiled Bassline DB-01 aims to reinforce that.

Infused into this new bass synth is Erica's switchable, Polivoks-inspired, 12dB low-/band-pass filter found in the Acidbox range. The filter sounds great when pushed really hard, and the DB-01 also includes a one-knob overdrive for "even more destructive sound."

Players can add extra bottom-end to their sound with the BBD-based detune effect and punch things up with the transistor-based sub oscillator, and the sequencer buttons can be used as a keyboard.

Bassline DB-01

That's not all. There's also a syncable LFO that can be used for generating both oscillator FM and filter modulation and an onboard sequencer featuring up to 64 steps. There's also an additional modulation track for controlling the VCF, randomization tools, and an arpeggiator.

The new Erica Synths DB-01 is set to ship this spring, so stay tuned for updates as we continue to learn more. In the meantime, add the DB-01 to your Reverb feed for notification of its availability. For more news from NAMM, click the orange banner below.

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