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Roland Launches Software Version Of TB-303
Christian Eede , March 4th, 2019 13:37

Subscribers to Roland's Cloud service can recreate 303 sounds via a new software version

Roland has launched a software version of its famed TB-303 bass synthesiser.

Available to subscribers of the Roland Cloud service, the software version uses Analogue Circuit Behaviour technology to recreate the sounds you would get from a TB-303, while the online version also retains the look of the actual product. The original synth's sequencer has however been replaced by a graphic interface.

Find more information here. Roland earlier this year moved to trademark its iconic TB-303 and TB-808 designs, a decision which was widely suspected to be related to Behringer's clones of rivals' machines.

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