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" Very good clone of Tb 303"

Music And More FreeBass 383Published on 05/28/13 at 12:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
1 rack unit, 1 audio out, 1 audio input to use the filter external source, and a midi in socket.

UTILIZATION

No manual, but hey there's no need for the ultra simple to use.

SOUNDS

While the sound is excellent if the analog grain is desired, it may be late for a fat or lead to low.
If you wanted the sound of this synthesizer tb303 is ideal but it is clean grain, n it did not do that to techno, it can integrate s in many style of music, I personally torque to effect external yamaha REX50 and with good delay with distortion have to get a sound dafpunk.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought the new 1998, and having been myself a TB303, I do not regret it because the MAM is noon and control......
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1 rack unit, 1 audio out, 1 audio input to use the filter external source, and a midi in socket.

UTILIZATION

No manual, but hey there's no need for the ultra simple to use.

SOUNDS

While the sound is excellent if the analog grain is desired, it may be late for a fat or lead to low.
If you wanted the sound of this synthesizer tb303 is ideal but it is clean grain, n it did not do that to techno, it can integrate s in many style of music, I personally torque to effect external yamaha REX50 and with good delay with distortion have to get a sound dafpunk.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought the new 1998, and having been myself a TB303, I do not regret it because the MAM is noon and control real-time great.
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Music And More FreeBass 383Published on 03/15/03 at 15:30
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Warning ears! Here is a formulation of the Roland TB303 clbrissime.
This is a 1u rack trs shallow (6 cm ....) dot of a connection to a modular Phra:
-Connection Electric
-1 Mono output
-1 Input twelve o'clock
-1 Audio input
That's it!
So it's extremely simple to use and takes up SETTING THE TB
VCO: mix between saw and square, tune
VCF: Cut Off, Rso, Env mode
Accent on rlable vca and / or vcf
Envelope: Decay.
No memory, no shipment noon intrupteur not power up.
It's a real analog so it can dsacorder, so there is a button auto tune.
In short, it's very simple but it's a TB then be defined ...

UTILIZATION

Select the MIDI channel is via the rear switch 4 tiny......
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Warning ears! Here is a formulation of the Roland TB303 clbrissime.
This is a 1u rack trs shallow (6 cm ....) dot of a connection to a modular Phra:
-Connection Electric
-1 Mono output
-1 Input twelve o'clock
-1 Audio input
That's it!
So it's extremely simple to use and takes up SETTING THE TB
VCO: mix between saw and square, tune
VCF: Cut Off, Rso, Env mode
Accent on rlable vca and / or vcf
Envelope: Decay.
No memory, no shipment noon intrupteur not power up.
It's a real analog so it can dsacorder, so there is a button auto tune.
In short, it's very simple but it's a TB then be defined ...

UTILIZATION

Select the MIDI channel is via the rear switch 4 tiny rack of: combining the position of each channel to change.
The edition is very simple: all the pots are in front and they are fiddling rpondent ds. All fawns, given the characteristics of the BTE, do not need to capture the ena.
The book consists of two double-sided A4 sheet folded in two, connected rdig and is in German. It will be very useful to light a path or a Molotov cocktail.

SOUNDS

We demand 303 sounds: there are sounds that resemble those of the 303.
Some would say that what made the charm of this machine's c'tait squenceur, but here is no y '. It will not then ....
The glide set off alone as ds 2 ratings overlap. It's a shame not to have made the top rglage.
But we get good bass lines and filter 24dB/oct acid fulfills its rle.
Against it by a factory Mistral: that blows!!
There's much sr no effect, LFO and other bonus: a VCO, VCF and VCA one point!
And there's an audio input to get a signal in the filter. Warning signal will be entedu if the machine receives notes: the note-on that dclanche VCA. So it sucks a little handle, but can CRER cool effects if one takes a little effort.

OVERALL OPINION

I just bought it, but I like good dj. It is also easy to find Rhine for less than 100 euros, the price would be stupid to not take one. It's faster to 1000 euros in midday and not tb, frankly, much less than the ORIGINAL connatre, was well worth the.
I do not know the other formulation of TB (by the BassStation which is anything but an accumulation of TB), but the hold the road.
Strengths: sound, ease of use between audio, price
Weaknesses: no rglage the glide, rponse of 4 octaves only, no intrupteur, no transmission noon, look
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Music And More FreeBass 383Published on 02/08/08 at 14:03
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Here's the ball!
I bought it like that without knowing what it would ...
Well, there's the minimum for sure!
The buttons have a function and only ONE!
Do not expect to save anything at all with this stuff!
The connections are MIDI In, VCF In, Audio Out and basta!
Polyphony!?
This is pure home hard!
Description thingy (do not think I underestimate the FB-383 by naming thingy!)
From left to right:
2 leds: power on & MIDI, a switch Auto-Tune, a Tune knob, a knob Wave (Square to Saw), a Cutoff knob, a knob VCF Reso, Env Mod 1 knob, a knob VCA / VCF Accent, a knob Decay envelope and finally a master volume knob.

There's also a small Multi-switch for MIDI and caneaux 12v......
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Here's the ball!
I bought it like that without knowing what it would ...
Well, there's the minimum for sure!
The buttons have a function and only ONE!
Do not expect to save anything at all with this stuff!
The connections are MIDI In, VCF In, Audio Out and basta!
Polyphony!?
This is pure home hard!
Description thingy (do not think I underestimate the FB-383 by naming thingy!)
From left to right:
2 leds: power on & MIDI, a switch Auto-Tune, a Tune knob, a knob Wave (Square to Saw), a Cutoff knob, a knob VCF Reso, Env Mod 1 knob, a knob VCA / VCF Accent, a knob Decay envelope and finally a master volume knob.

There's also a small Multi-switch for MIDI and caneaux 12v 500ma ac of course.

UTILIZATION

Arf! Use ...
How to say?
It's TB-303 without the T nor B nor the 303!
No sequencer so from this point of view not worry ...
No effect ...
The manual?!

In short it's plug and acid to be that one has a good sequencer / arpeggiator (+ a distortion of poor quality, which goes without saying LOL).

SOUNDS

It must be a name of a dead dog! LOL
Estimate the cost of the original TB-303!
I personally have a couple of MC-303 + for a small distortion pedal hop and I tape a trip to Goa!
The sound is top level!
This rack has something to shake an entire building so there decent low (and thereby close the pants off the second! LOL)!
T'aing! How to say ... It's not TB TB!
He must listen to believe it.
They make me laugh sounds TB of my MC-303 (Roland!!) Facing the FB-383!
To sum it Péchu and everything!
There's some guys on youtube that make the demo, so listen!

OVERALL OPINION

It's been a while ... I use it know how many ...
In retrospect I think I did well to invest in there rather than in an original TB ...
Sounds better than Basstation is clear!

The only flaw is that the oscilloscope can Disagree, but hey that is sets of four hours non-stop live?

It's crazy the coast of the machine increases and it is almost impossible to find in OCCAZ!
Her side more than the price paid at the time!

In conclusion: If you are tired of Rebirth and other artifacts of TB and you can not pay the original (like me!).
Antiques galore if you throw a FB-383 above you!
Your online acids will tell you thank you!
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  • Manufacturer: Music And More
  • Model: FreeBass 383
  • Category: Analog Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/16/2004

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