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BassStation rack


Monophonic Analog Synthesizer Module


The BassStation is a small analog synthesizer which does a very good job of simulating the sound of many old analog synthesizers. It can be used for many purposes but is ideal for sequenced bass-lines, sound effects and lead solos.

What really makes the BassStation interesting is its filter. Using the filter right you can make it sound similar to Roland's TB-303 Bass Line (released in 1983). Furthermore, the BassStation's resonant filter can truly scream even more aggressively than the MiniMoog's filter ever could. It is of a different character though.

In short: A powerful analog synthesizer.

You can read more about BassStation at www.vintagesynth.org.

  • Monophonic Sound Source
  • Two Digital Controlled Oscillators
  • Saw and Square Waveforms
  • PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) and Hard Sync
  • Analog Resonant Lowpass Filter; 12dB or 24dB per Octave
  • Two Envelopes
  • One LFO with Triangle, Saw and Stepped Random Waveshapes and One Fixed LFO
  • Portamento and Auto-glide
  • Several Real-Time Controller Knobs and MIDI Commands
  • 100 Program Memories (60 of these are Programmable)
  • Input: External Audio Routed to the Filter
  • Outputs: Headphones, Mono
  • MIDI: In, Out, Thru
  • CV/Gate: In, Out to MIDI Converter

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