Free Bassline Synth For Mac & Windows

Free Bassline Synth

TAL-BassLine is a virtal analog bass synthesizer especially made for bass, acid sounds and effects.

A unique -18dB low pass filter with a lot of asymmetric and random components introduce a warm and analogue sound. Fast, non linear envelopes are also a part of this synth.

Best of all – it’s free for both Mac and Windows.


  • Bandlinited oscillators (saw, pulse).
  • Sub-oscillator: square -1 oct., square -2 oct., pulse -1 oct, pulse -2 oct.
  • -18 dB/octave low-pass filter (resonant/self-oscillating).
  • LFO (frequency: 0,1 .. 30 Hz, waveforms: sin, tri, saw, rec, noise).
  • Very fast nonlinear envelope (A: 1.5ms..4s, D: 2ms..10s, S: 0..100%, R: 2ms..10s).
  • Simple Arpeggiator (up, down, one octave mode).
  • 2x Unisono Mode.
  • Panic button.
  • MIDI automation for all sliders and pots.
  • Precise fader control while holding down the “Shift” button.
  • Supports all sample-rates.
  • 2x oversampling.
  • 23 presets.
  • Tutorial pdf.
  • ~2.5% CPU (Intel Core 2 CPU 6700, 44.1KHz, 24Bit, buffer-size 1024 Samples).

14 thoughts on “Free Bassline Synth For Mac & Windows

  1. I’m just downloading it, I’ll give word of what I think once I get a battle test, I’m trying out stuff on the computer for fun till I get my equipment…but ya I’ll tell what I think once it’s done.

  2. It’s not working for me, but if I get it to work I’m sure it’s good, I read the Usermanual and so far sounds great.

  3. I got the AU version, and it works fine, just drop the component in the HD/ Audio/ Plug-ins/ Components folder, and start-up Logic.
    With a vst, you should drop it in the vst folder, and startup your daw-sequence program.
    And Tweet with “u” you mean “you”, and it is dOwnload, and not cont, cunt, but can’t, and if advertising is a too difficult word for you, look it up.
    Learn to write proper English, and use points, commas and capitals if you must illiterate scum.

  4. erik – just unzip the version you need and put it where it needs to go.

    For example, on the Mac you’d put the AU (component) version in your /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components folder.

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