AudioRealism ABL3 will first be for Reason
AudioRealism announced on their Facebook page that the next version of their TB-303 emulation will first be launched as a Rack Extension for Reason.
ABL3 is coming, but only Reason users will be the first to use it, but don’t worry, the VST and AU plug-in is also scheduled later on.
This new version of the Roland TB-303 bass synth emulation has been entirely rewritten and will use the ABL3 sound engine to offer even more realistic emulations.
Features of the Rack Extension version:
- 303/ReBirth-style 64-step sequencer
- More than 200 patterns/presets
- Sync to the host tempo
- Supports 4 patterns of 16 steps, 2 patterns of 32 steps or a single 64-step pattern
- CV Gate input and output
- CV modulation input
- Resonance and gate time controls
- 3 VCO models
- Clic and noise settings for the VCA
- Pattern tweaking features: random, alter, copy, paste
- Support for 48 and 96 kHz sample rates
No information regarding the release date and price of this new synth.
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