The MBase11 generates analog bass drums, from extremely powerful to soft and covers the whole range from 909-style to 808-fashioned, according to JoMoX.
The LFO has 8 different waveforms including true sine that can be used to create very different envelopes. The resulting sounds are not simply *kicks*...this turns out to be a bass drum *synthesizer*.
Like the XBASE 999/888, the MBase11 has a compression parameter to vary the thickness of decaying sound. It also offers a variable gate time to to create different sounding attacks. It also has a metalize parameter to have hundreds of variations on the attack noise.
For more intuitive editing, an analog potentiometerworks alternatively to the parameter editing when scrolling the data wheel is too hard.
For more info on this product, check out www.jomox.de.
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