Bass Line synthesizer module
Realistic recreation of the legendary TB-303 bassline synths
Sound, character and panel of the original TB-303
Direct control of many parameters such as: cutoff, resonance, envelope mod, Decay, Accent
New possibilities that did not exist in the original TB-303: 4-digit LED display, overdrive, delay effects, MIDI, "fine tempo control"
Additional options for creating patterns, programmable via the classic Pitch, Time and Step Write Modes
Uninterrupted play even when you switch between the "write" and "play" mode
CV / Gate outputs to drive old vintage analog equipment and Modular Synthesizer
Trigger input for controlling the internal sequencer
User interface of metal
Works with 4 x AA batteries or via USB Power
24 bit / 96 kHz stereo in / out USB audio interface
Control data can be sent and received via MIDI and USB
Built-in mini speaker
Compatible with optional Roland K-25 m Keyboard Unit
Dimensions (W x D x H): 308 x 130 x 52 mm
Weight: (incl. Batteries, without Boutique Dock): 940 g
...that sounds 90% like a 303....and people still complain!!! A more fair comparison would have been against roland TB-3, TB-03 and cyclone TT-303, no against 1000€ RE-303 or 400€ plus XoXboX In Reverb there is a OG 303 for 6500€ for those who do not like this one. When RD-9 is anounced I may get...
...seaboard rise 25 1 Roland mc-909 1 Waldorf pulse 2 Waldorf blofeld desktops both with the sampling expansion 1 Roland system-1 1 Roland tb-03 1 mod or no-1m 1 micromonsta 1 preefm2 1 Yamaha Fs1r There’s a few others in there but I can’t remember it all. My advice is to listen to opinions on gearslutz but trust your ears. ...
That list is absurd and is just going to be a distraction if you actually want to make music rather than just be a collector of things. I encourage you to slim down to just a few good ones if you want to be musically productive.
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