The late Earl Smith Jr of Phuture, explains the origin of the ‘acid’ bassline style.… Read More Earl Smith Of Phuture On The Roland TB-303 And The Origin Of Acid House
The new VP-03 ($349) takes cues from the classic VP-330 Vocoder Plus, using analog component modeling to emulate the original’s fusion of synthesized sound and the human voice.… Read More Getting Started With The Roland VP-03 Vocoder
Roland shared this playlist of videos that demonstrate how to get started with the new TB-30 Bassline Synthesizer.… Read More Getting Started With The Roland TB-03 Bassline Synthesizer
Peter Kirn of Create Digital Music and engineer James Grahame have announced the Meeblip Triode – a ‘small, dirty & deep’ synth module that has been updated to be a better bass synthesizer.… Read More Meeblip Triode Synthesizer Is All About That Bass
Soma uses the term “Organismic” to mean that all the synth modules are intertwined by many nonlinear connections and work in an entangled state, modifying each other, much like organs and systems in live beings. That allows for getting complex, diverse, fluid textures from a relatively simple construction.… Read More Soma Laboratory Organismic Synthesizer Demo
This video compares the Roland TB-03 to an original TB-303.… Read More Roland TB-303 vs Roland TB-03 Comparison
This video, via Kosmic, takes an in-depth look at the new Roland TB-03 Bassline Synthesizer. The new Roland TB-03 ($349) uses analog circuit modeling to recreate the sound of the original TB-303 Bass Line Synthesizer. It also modernizes the design, adding an effects section and improved connectivity.
The new VP-03 takes cues from the classic VP-330 Vocoder Plus, fusing synthesized sound and the human voice.… Read More Roland VP-03 Vocoder In Depth Review