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I found very nice article. It compares the real one (there are audio examples), legendary Roland TB-303 with software plugins. I think that the article is accurate - at least the winner software (AudioRealism Bass Line 2) is on right position :)

So, if you plan to replace your TB-303 then this article may be worthwhile :)

If you don't know what TB-303 is hmmm. This is TB-303:
The TB-303 is THE sound of acid and techno house music! It's a monophonic analog bass synthesizer married to a pattern-based step sequencer released in 1982. The TB-303 has become one of the most sought after vintage synths ever! It has helped develop and stylize many forms of electronic music including House, Acid, Trance and Ambient. If ever there was a need for a repetitive bassline/groove or an extremely resonant and bubbly sound, the 303 is KING. Truly a unique machine with a very identifiable sound! It is used by: Aphex Twin, 808 State, Future Sound of London, Massive Attack, Orbital, Eat Static, Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Air, Astral Projection, Josh Wink, Plastikman, √úberzone, Moby, Hardfloor, Ultramarine, Underworld, BT, The Prodigy, Jimmy Edgar, Union Jack, Front Line Assembly, Pet Shop Boys, Freddy Fresh, Luke Vibert, and the Chemical Brothers. [via Vintage Synth]

More info: TB 303 vs Soft Synths comparison


Anonymous said...

If you don't know what TB-303 is...leave that page :) the best is abl2

Anonymous said...

i´ve owned since the mid 80s 3 303 sold rebuy and so on...if the abl bassline is in a good mix and not the only synth in a track you can´t hear any difference. AMEN

Rick Saxby said...

I have Re-Birth from Propellerhead. It was awesome! When I could use it. It's available for free now at the Re-Birth museum website. The only problem is there is no tech support and the newer versions of mac and window won't support it. Sucks!

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