Roland Cloud is pleased to announce the addition of the new Roland TB-303 software bass synthesizer to their suite of software instruments. Utilizing the same ACB (Analog Circuit Behavior) modeling as the Roland JUNO-106, JUPITER-8, and others from our Legendary series, the virtual TB-303 captures the hypnotic tone of the original hardware and forms the perfect complement to the TR-909 and other instruments in Roland Cloud.
The TB-303’s user interface has a few changes, but the basic operation remains true to the original. In addition to the preset browser, which manages the 64 patterns of the sequencer and 64 sound patches, there are also eight variation keys as well as shuffle and scale controls.
It features 64 patterns per bank, 64 patches per bank, 8 variations per pattern, 48 preset patches and 32 preset patterns. New graphic edit window for step input, pattern edit, and pattern creation is also available.
In addition, there is the new VCF Trim, Vintage Condition, and Master Tune knobs, Condition knob adjusts the age and condition of the virtual hardware, Tone knobs for tuning, cutoff frequency, filter resonance, filter envelope, envelope decay, and accent. Effects control for overdrive and delay with tempo sync.
There are five new play modes: Forward, Reverse, FWD & REV, Invert and Random. With a “Secret Panel” parameters such as VCF Trim, Vintage Condition Master Tune can influence the overall sound. There’s also a distortion and a tempo-synced delay.
The Roland TB-303 software is only available with a subscription to Roland Cloud.
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