Phoscyon Bassline Synthesizer Video Demo

This is a video demo of D16 Group’s Phoscyon bassline synthesizer.

Phoscyon is a virtual Roland TB-303 bassline synthesizer and combines classic 303 sound with  a distortion unit; fully user configurable BPM sync’d Arpeggiator and Randomizer; a unique ‘Play Live’ mode; vintage arrangement and pattern builder; and full MIDI CC support.

Phoscyon bassline synthesizer is available now for Mac & Windows for 59.00 Euro. A demo version is available.

If you’ve used Phoscyon bassline synthesizer, leave a comment with your thoughts!

3 thoughts on “Phoscyon Bassline Synthesizer Video Demo

  1. I bought my own around christmas and it's done its task very well. I mostly use it for sketching out riffs that I'll later on record with my x0xb0x. It's pretty handy for that since no wiring up of any physical equipment is necessary for something as simple as jamming. It also plays nicely alongside the b0x in a live situation if needed. And most importantly, to my ears it sounds a lot better than the competing AudioRealism Bassline.

    All in all it's a great little VSTi for anyone who likes ACIEEED!

  2. I bought my own around christmas and it's done its task very well. I mostly use it for sketching out riffs that I'll later on record with my x0xb0x. It's pretty handy for that since no wiring up of any physical equipment is necessary for something as simple as jamming. It also plays nicely alongside the b0x in a live situation if needed. And most importantly, to my ears it sounds a lot better than the competing AudioRealism Bassline.

    All in all it's a great little VSTi for anyone who likes ACIEEED!

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