AudioRealism has announced that it will be bringing ABL2 – a virtual Roland TB-303 – to Propellerhead Reason as a Rack Extension:
We are happy to announce our first Rack Extension for the upcoming Reason 6.5 release: ABL2 for Reason! Featuring the same 303-engine that ABL2 has. It does not contain a built-in sequencer, but works great with Reason’s Matrix Pattern Sequencer!
Disclaimer: This is a preview only, things may change for the final release.
Pricing and availability are to be announced.
Cyclop is the new bass synthesizer from Sugar Bytes.
Check it out!
It’s a monophonic monster, armed to the teeth with jaw dropping effects and wobblier than a jelly on a space hopper. CYCLOP is the scratch-looping, sample-mashing, sub-generating, harmonic-splicing mothership of the twisted bass alliance and it’s landing on your desktop soon. With masses of new sounds for you audio-junkies, from screaming analog syncs through brutal FM sounds to scintillating spectral shimmers. The integrated sampler also works as wavetable synth and pitch transformer for creating unbelievable and disturbing monster voices. CYCLOP is more than massively loaded with features: 10 incredible filters, unique wobble generator, feedback processor, 3 overdrives and an effects sequencer. CYCLOP is expected to be released in spring 2012.
http://www.mcrow.net/Bass%20Lab.htm All synth sounds created with Bass Lab! Bass Lab is a bass synthesizer by Musicrow that produces ultra-modern fat and punchy electronic basses. Bass Lab is available as part of the Golden Ensembles 3 bundle for NI Reaktor.
Very pretty, dark-based is sound. You can play alone is iPhone. However, I think that I can use effects such as compressor Once you have the processing and recording.
The dirtiest, filthiest, dubstep wobble keyboard and sampler ever!
Make wobbles bass sounds, dubstep loops and throw in some drops and fx at the touch of a few fingers by sliding, touching and tapping the screen; no musical knowledge is required.
This easy to use app is perfect for dub steppers, bass heads and music producers, musicians and non-musicians alike.
Making dubstep has never been so easy and enjoyable!
◆ Studio quality samples, created by professional musicians and producers.
◆ Over 300 wobble bass variatons, 10 drum loops and 10 extra FX.
◆ Colour assigned buttons, for clear and straightforward use.
◆ Pitch resample all of the built in samples.
◆ 12 fully editable sample pads
◆ 1 octave keyboard (13 keys) with pitch shifting spanning 5 octaves.
◆ 3 different wobble synthesizers
☐ Sample Pads
Select a sample for each pad and customise its volume, pitch, and loop duration. Layer up to 12 looping or touch triggered pads at once.
☐ Wobble Synth
Choose from 3 different wobble bass synth types. Select the central octave with the octave + or – buttons, and pitch shift up to three notes at once in real time with the pitch shift wheel. Use the LFO buttons to change the wobble speed and make intuitive wobble bass riffs!
Use the rotating potometers to alter the attack, decay, release and sustain of your wobble synth to get the perfect sound to fit your creation.
This is the ultimate compact dubstep keyboard and sampler. So what are you waiting for, start making some wobbles!
Asher Fulero, aka Halo Refuser, demonstrates some of the sweet realtime performance capabilities of the Moog Minitaur bass synthesizer. Enjoy the demo, then learn more about the Moog Minitaur bass synth right here: http://bit.ly/sw_Minitaur
Minitaur is capable of generating subsonic sound waves which move air in a manner that can not only be seen, but felt. Here, one of our brave “scientists” runs Minitaur through a sub woofer to demonstrate this phenomenon.
Learn more about Minitaur at: www.moogmusic.com/minitaur
“…any sound, soft or loud, sweet or nasty, creates a multidimensional
envelope that does more than intrude – it takes over not only your acoustic space,
but your mind space as well. There is no escaping sound.
It meets your body and forcibly enters your mind, not
just through your ears but also via your bones…”
Synth manufacturer Eowave has announced plans to release the Magma analogue bassline synthesizer at Musikmesse 2012.
According to the developer, the Eowave Magma analogue bassline synthesizer was inspired by classic synths from the 1980s.
Key features include:
- Mix four different waveforms (saw, square, sub, noise);
- 24 dB low-pass filter; and
- A 16 step sequencer.
The Eowave Magma is priced at €599 and is expected to be available ‘soon’.
- Oscillator section
- analog VCO with square saw sub (sub can be 1 or 2 octaves below the master freq), noise.
- VCO can be modulated by LFO and PW
- Variable glide
- mixer to mix the 4 waveforms
- Filter section
- Full analogue VCO, filter & VCA
- external audio with a trimmer to feed the filter
- 24dB low pass filter (Roland style for a classical 80s sound)
- filter can be modulated by ENV2, KB, LFO
- VCA section
- VCA is affected to ENV1
- 2 envelopes ADSR modulate respectively the amplitude and the filter.
- Attack goes from 2ms to 10s.
- LFO section
- LFO with 8 waveforms (triangle, ramp up, ramp down, square, random, digital noise, staircase up, staircase down)
- audio in
- audio out
- MIDI in
- USB (for software update and MIDI in/out)
- 16 steps sequencer with LED
- 4 rows: 1 row controls gates and notes.
- 3 other rows are freely assignable to any parameter of the front panel.
- You can transpose the sequencer with an external MIDI keyboard.
Here’s an older demo of the Magma when it was still in prototype mode:
Boog Minotaur Analog Modeling Bass Synthesizer VSTi
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As reported on last week Eowave released a teaser for their new synth – well here we are with all the details
Eowave KOMA Bass Synthesizer, an all-new analog synth – inspired by classic synths from the 1980s.
The KOMA offers the possibility to mix four different waveforms (saw, square, sub, noise). The unit’s 24 dB lowpass filter is also inspired by classical filters from the ’80s, and to this particular sound of the era, Eowave added a touch of modernity with new controls and parameters. The KOMA boasts a 16-step sequencer with four rows: one row for the notes and three that are freely assignable to a parameter of your choice.
The price of the KOMA, as listed on eowave.com, is 599 EUR (approximately $762).
Here are the KOMA specs:
- Oscillator Section
- Main Oscillator:
- Main VCO with 2 waveforms (square and saw), plus Sub (square) and Noise
- The pulsewidth of the square waveform can be modulated by ENV2 or by the LFO
- The main oscillator can be transposed up to 3 octaves
- The main oscillator frequency can be modulated by the LFO or by ENV3
- Mix of the 4 waveforms
- Sub (sub can be 1 or 2 octaves below the master freq)
- DESYNC mode enables you to desynchronize and detune the Sub from the main oscillator
- In DESYNC mode, the Sub can be at the same frequency than the main oscillator or 1 octave below
- Filter Section:
- 24 dB resonant lowpass filter for a classical ’80s sound
- Variable cutoff and resonance
- The filter can be modulated by ENV2, KB, LFO
- External audio with a trimmer to feed the filter
- LFO Section:
- The LFO has 8 waveforms (triangle, ramp up, ramp down, square, random, digital noise, staircase up, staircase down)
- Variable speed
- The LFO modulates the VCO, VCF, or PWM
- External MIDI clock synchronization
- ENV1, ENV2, and ENV3:
- ENV1 and ENV2: these 2 envelopes ADSR modulate respectively the amplitude and the filter
- Attack goes from 2 ms to 10 s
- ENV3: envelope Attack / Decay modulates the VCO
- VCA is affected to ENV1
- 4 Banks of 64 sound presets (SAV PRST, SAVE PAT)
- 4 Banks of 64 patterns
- 256 Sound presets
- 256 Patterns
- 16-Step sequencer with 16 LED
- 4 Sections: 1 section for gate and note and 3 sections freely assignable to any parameter of the front panel
- Random feature
- Adjustable tempo
- You can transpose the sequencer via an external MIDI keyboard
- Each line can have a different number of steps to create complex modulations
- Chain up to 8 sequences
- Shuffle feature
- External MIDI clock synchronization
- Audio In
- Audio Out
- MIDI In
- USB (for software update and MIDI I/O)
More information on the Eowave KOMA will be released at a later time, hopefully this week at Winter NAMM 2012. Keep up with Eowave at the company’s Web site, eowave.com.
Below is their pitch and specs:
This year, Eowave is attending the NAMM 2012 and will announce the release of the KOMA! 2011 has been full of new releases with the Ribbon, a monosynth/USB/audio controller and the release of the little analogue synth DOMINO in November. We’ll show the KOMA [no relation to KOMA Electronik], an analog bassline synth with memory and a 16 step sequencer that will be ready to ship very very soon!
, a step back into the 80s with a touch of 2012…
KOMA is an analog sequenced bass synthesizer inspired by classic synths from the 1980s with a synthesis section with 256 sound presets and 256 patterns and a step sequencer section.
The synthesis section offers the possibility to mix 4 different waveforms (saw, square, sub, noise) for infinite modulations. The SUB DESYNC mode enables to desynchronize and to detune the SUB and the main oscillator for complex sounds. The filter is a 24 dB resonant low-pass filter. The LFO has 8 waveforms (triangle, ramp up, ramp down, square, random, digital noise, staircase up, staircase down) and can modulate the VCO, VCF or PWM.
To this particular analog sound of the 80s, we added a touch of modernity with controls and parameters to save compositions and performances. The 16 step sequencer has 4 sections: 1 for the notes and 3 freely assignable to a parameter of your choice to create living sequences with sonorities like Vince Clark or Jan Hammer.
With 256 sound presets and 256 patterns locations, the KOMA is a versatile instrument for live performance as well as a powerful composition and sound design tool. Its very intuitive control panel allows the user to edit all parameters in real-time.
– Main VCO with 2 waveforms (square and saw), plus SUB (square) and NOISE
– The pulsewidth of the square waveform can be modulated by env2 or by the LFO.
– The main oscillator can be transposed up to 3 octaves
– The main oscillator frequency can be modulated by the LFO or by env3
– Mix of the 4 waveforms
– sub (sub can be 1 or 2 octaves below the master freq).
– The DESYNC mode enables to desynchronize and detune the SUB from the main oscillator.
– In the DESYNC mode, the SUB can be at the same frequency than the main oscillator or 1 octave below.
– 24dB resonant low-pass filter for a classical 80s sound
– Variable cutoff and resonance
– The filter can be modulated by ENV2, KB, LFO.
– External audio with a trimmer to feed the filter
– The LFO has 8 waveforms (triangle, ramp up, ramp down, square, random, digital noise, staircase up, staircase down)
– Variable speed
– The LFO modulates the VCO, VCF or PWM
– External MIDI clock synchronization
ENV1, ENV2 & ENV3
– ENV1 & ENV2: these 2 envelopes ADSR modulate respectively the amplitude and the filter.
– Attack goes from 2ms to 10 s.
– ENV3: envelope Attack/Decay modulates the VCO
– Vca is affected to env1
– 4 banks of 64 sound presets (SAV PRST, SAVE PAT)
– 4 banks of 64 patterns
– 256 sound presets
– 256 patterns
– 16 steps sequencer with 16 LED
– 4 sections: 1 section for gate and note and 3 sections freely assignable to any parameter of the front panel.
– Random feature
– Adjustable tempo
– You can transpose the sequencer via an external MIDI keyboard.
– Each line can have a different number of steps to create complex modulations
– Chain up to 8 sequences.
– Shuffle feature
– External MIDI clock synchronization
– Audio in
– Audio out
– MIDI in
– USB (for software update and MIDI in&out)”