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Image by emusictips.com In an article from zzounds.com, we get acquainted with the extensive...

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History Of The TB-303 Bassline Synthesizer

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In an article from zzounds.com, we get acquainted with the extensive history of the TB-303, one of the first bass synthesizers by Roland. From the 606 to the 808, Roland undoubtedly played a large role in the rise of electronic music technology.

As the article points out, musicians continue to pay a high dollar for modern versions of the bass synth, largely due to its distinct sound. Despite all of the high-end software synths at our disposal, the appreciation for the oldies will never die.

One of the best emulations of the TB-303 is Audiorealism’s ABL2.

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