THE MOST ADVANCED SOFTWARE 303
The legendary silver box which is hallmark in electronic music has been recreated in AudioRealism Bass Line 2 (ABL2). Analog modeling techniques have been employed to create a DSP-algorithm that accurately emulates every aspect of the original TB-303, from growling basses to hollow middles and beeping highs with metal rattling accents. Patterns are composed in a fashion similar to the original using the integrated step sequencer with easy to use manipulation functions such as transpose and randomization
The pattern analyzer is a tool for editing and analyzing patterns. In further aid to help users transition their original patterns into ABL an audio detection algorithm has been devised. That's right - it can create patterns using audio files as a source. How does it work? The original patterns are recorded under certain conditions, then simply hit Detect from wave and select the audio file. ABL2 will create a pattern resembling the audio input. Listen to the audio detection examples above for an demonstration.
sound comparisons between a 303 and abl2
PATTERN ANALYSER EXAMPLE AUDIO FILES
COMMENTS AND REVIEWS
Kai Tracid: "The ABL is a real joy, the interface and sound is just like the Real thing! I've been using it extensively and it is totally stable"
Amazona.de: "Five plus for the authentic digital emulation"
Remix Magazine: "After closely comparing ABL2 with a genuine TB-303, it's clear that AudioRealism's virtual clone is a dead ringer for the real deal". Read the full review here!
Dancetech: "[We] give the ABL a totally resounding 10/10!!" (Visit dancetech.com for full review)
acidvoice.de: 8/10 User rating (visit acidvoice.de for the full comparison)
Disclaimer: The TB-303 was originally produced by Roland®. Roland® is a registered trademark of Roland Corporation and/or Roland Corporation U.S. The reference to Roland® is made here strictly for the legitimate purpose of comparison, and it does not in any way imply Roland®’s permission or endorsement of this product.