Reissue of the Roland TB-303 Bassline desktop synthesizer. The technician of Acidlab, Klaus Süßmuth, known for his TB-303 modifications, designed it. The synthesizer part of the Acidlab has the same structure as the Roland example. The sequencer is different, it has a 8-12 switch for 16th or 12th patterns. The length of the step pattern can be selected. There's no keyboard to select notes, instead a knob is used. After pressing play, the accent and/or glide as well as transpose can be activated per step. The sequencer doesn't change pattern at the end, so patterns can't be chained. There's a CV Gate output to drive external synths. (modulars) It can be synced using Roland DIN-Sync.
Now on my watch list. Currently have the Acidlab Bassline as my go-to purchase in the future, but I'll wait to see how this turns out.
personally I don't give a f u c k if it's analog or digital or VA or ACB or yippity fekkin doodah aye technology, if it sounds good in a track who gives a toss.. ffs get a grip will you with all this analog hierarchy stuff..
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