11225 posts since 21 Mar, 2008, from Hannover, Germany
TheoM wrote:Just so i am clear, Tal Bassline and D16 Lush are emulating the same synth right? as in the 101? I wonder why Tal sounds so much phatter in the bottom end.
Because D16 semed to focus more on adding tons of extra features while TAl focused on doing an accurate emulation. BTW with the latest version TAL also added filter FM to Bassline-101. You could use any of the Osc waveforms for Filter FM, including the Sub-OSc and Noise (this is independent from the volume settings of the sliders in the Osc section).
The Chorus from TAL U-NO-LX is available as a free FX and works nicely with BassLine-101 (has additional controls compared to the one in U-NO-LX):http://kunz.corrupt.ch/products/tal-chorus-lx
LuSH-101 also does not include a proper step-sequencer like BassLIne-101 (and the real SH-101) but just a "normal" Arp.
The sequencer in BassLine-101 has up to 96 steps and you could record notes directly from your keyboard controller (again like in the real thing). You could also copy/paste the pattern into a MIDI track in your host.
BTW the lack of low-end was the first thing i had noticed when the first two demo versions of LuSH-101 were released...
Speaking about 303 emulations i am using D16 Phoscyon but also the free Venom VB-303.
Based on VB-303 I have also created single cycle waveforms with the coresponding filter responses for use in Tone2 Rayblaster.
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