SonicXTC B-Line 303 virtual synth
SonicXTC announces the release of B-Line 303, its first commercial virtual synth which name will remind a famous 1980s bass synth.
Intended for EDM and techno music lovers from the 1970s and 1980s, B-Line 303 can generate Acid bass sounds with the use of sub-oscillators, distortion, waveshaper, delay and stereo doppler effect.
You can control the bass line cutoff and resonance, envelope, decay, accent, portamento and volume, as well as the distortion intensity and drive, doppler effect pre-delay, width and mix, among others.
The synth ships with 14 factory presets and you can save 64 presets of your own. MIDI automation is also supported.
The B-Line 303 is a VST plug-in for Windows. It is available for $14.95 and you can download a demo version from www.vstplugin-sonicxtc.com.
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