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In this video from Youtuber Alex Ball, we get a walkthrough of both the Roland TR-707 Rhythm...

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Walkthrough Of The Roland TR-707 & TB-303

In this video from Youtuber Alex Ball, we get a walkthrough of both the Roland TR-707 Rhythm Composer and TB-303 Bass Line synthesizer – two vintage machines from the 80s that have since been discontinued.

From information provided in the video’s description:

Along with the TR-727, TR-909, TR-808, SH-101 and MC-202, these machines played an integral part in dance music that emerged in the late 80s, most notably Acid and Techno.

Some references:
Phuture “Acid Trax” from 1987
Armando “Land of Confusion” from 1988

The TR-707 and TB-303 certainly make a great sonic pair when being synchronous with each other. You can visit the Alex Ball Youtube channel for more fun and helpful synthesizer videos.

Next: How To Synthesize Analog Drum Sounds

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