ROLAND TB 303 Soundfonts Sf2


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ROLAND TB 303 SOUNDFONTS
The TB-303 is THE sound of acid and techno house music! It's a monophonic analog bass synthesizer married to a pattern-based step sequencer released in 1982. It features a single analog oscillator with two waveforms (ramp or square) and has a simple but excellent VCF (filter) with resonance, cut-off, and envelope controls. There are also knobs to adjust tuning, envelope decay, tempo and accent amount.

How does it work? Well, it's not a performance synthesizer because you have to program a pattern of notes and timing info into it (sort of like a drum machine). Patterns can then be linked into songs. It was originally made to accompany a drum machine, the TR-606 specifically, and provide bass-line accompaniment to guitarists, keyboard players, etc. It was not a successful product in its time. As a result, creative DJs and aspiring electronic musicians found them for next to no money and began using them for techno and acid music. Usually a single pattern is continuously played while the performer tweaks the knobs creating an exciting and expressive musical event.

The TB-303 has become one of the most sought after vintage synths ever! It has helped develop and stylize many forms of electronic music including House, Acid, Trance and Ambient. If ever there was a need for a repetitive bassline/groove or an extremely resonant and bubbly sound, the 303 is KING. Truly a unique machine with a very identifiable sound! It has spun off several imitators as well: Novation Bass Station, ReBirth, Doepfer MS-404, MAM MB-33, Syntecno TeeBee, and more (see Related & Alternative Gear sidebar).

Ironically, these days it's become trendy to dislike the 303 again, now because of over-use. But I don't and you shouldn't either because it is one-of-a-kind and it's just got that sound that everyone loves! Fatboy Slim says it best in his song "Everybody Needs A 303!"

It is used by: Aphex Twin, 808 State, Future Sound of London, Massive Attack, Orbital, Eat Static, Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Air, Astral Projection, Josh Wink, Plastikman, Überzone, Moby, Hardfloor, Ultramarine, Underworld, BT, The Prodigy, Jimmy Edgar, Union Jack, Front Line Assembly, Pet Shop Boys, Freddy Fresh, Luke Vibert, and the Chemical Brothers.

44 x PATCHES FROM THE ROLAND TB-303

TOP QUALITY SOUNDFONTS SF2

JUST LOAD AND PLAY YOUR SOUNDS !

When purchasing your ROLAND TB 303 SOUNDFONTS you wont need to go through the hassle of having to drag & drop your
samples into your sampler, our samples come in a SF2, this means, you can just load
the patches straight into your sampler.

Soundfonts (SF2)?

A SoundFont is a brand name that collectively refers to a file format and associated technology designed
to bridge the gap between recorded and synthesized audio, especially for the purposes of computer music
composition.

ROLAND TB 303 SOUNDFONTS can work with these samplers: There are also more..see "Sampler Compatibility in our menu"

* Audigy/SBLive!
* Reason NN-XT
* Kontakt
* Halion
* EXS-24
* VSampler
* Gigasampler - Gigastudio
Orion
* FL Studio
* Live synth Pro
* SFZ Sampler

All our sample packs are royalty-free, so you can use our samples for commercial use.

"But we prohibit you to produce copies or reproductions of the work and to sell those copies"

All the Soundfont Samplers In Althabetical Order:

Ableton Live
Awave Studio
Battery from Native Instruments
Bismark BS-1
CSound
Cakewalk Products
Creative Labs SoundBlaster Sound Cards
Cubase from Steinberg
EXS24 from Apple/Emagic
Emulator X from EMU
Finale from Coda
FL Studio / Fruity Loops from Image-Line
Garage Band from Apple
GigaStudio / GigaSampler
HALion from Steinberg
Home Studio from Cakewalk
Kontakt from Native Instruments
LiveSynth Pro
Logic from Apple (with EXS24 Sampler)
Mixman Studio Pro from Mixman
QuickTime 5 from Apple
Reason (NNXT Sampler)
Recycle from Propellarheads
Sonar from Cakwalk
Translator from Rubber Chicken
Unity DS-1 from Bitheadz
Vsampler from Maz Sound Tools

Why Would I Want To Use The ROLAND TB 303 SOUNDFONTS Format Over The Other Types Of Sound Formats Available?

Imagine being able to share a MIDI file, complete with your own custom sound sets. With SoundFont
technology, the world can hear your music exactly the way you intended! External musical instruments
(i.e., synthesizers and samplers) can be expensive and cumbersome for the amateur musician. Software
synthesizers and samplers can drain your system's resources, especially when using more professional
grade musical creation tools. Because SoundFont technology is hardware accelerated by the PCI-based
Sound Blaster Live! and Audigy series of sound cards, it only needs to use your computer's RAM.
Therefore, you can use the full power of your processor for making great music!


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