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TAL-BassLine-101 Review + Tutorial

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TAL-BassLine-101 Review + Tutorial

Postby synthonia » Sun Apr 26, 2020 1:00 am

Plugin emulations are a fantastic way to get vintage sound without vintage gear. The TAL Bassline 101 is a fantastic emulation of the vintage Roland SH 101 analog synthesizer. With its amazing lineup of features, and bevy of quality presets, the TAL Bassline 101 is a great addition to any plugin library. More best vst plugins can be checked here - https://consordini.com/best-vst-plugins/The TAL Bassline 101 is the best emulation of the legendary Roland SH 101 analogue synthesizer. Features include: 

- Self resonating zero feedback delay filter (24dB LP).

- Filter-FM modulation.

- Calibrated and tuned after our hardware device.

- Midi learn / automation for all controls.

- Alias free oscillators for an authentic sound also @ 44'100Hz sampling rate.

- Arpeggiator with different sync modes (host, midi clock, not on).

- Original (RC) and linear portamento mode.

- Built in arpeggiator with some additional modes.

- Powerful step sequencer with up to 96 steps and recording option.

- 6 voice poly mode.

- Sequencer MIDI export with drag and drop.

- Sequencer / arpeggiator MIDI out for VSTi version.

- De-Clicker mode for slower envelopes

- More than 300 presets.

- All sample rates supported.

 

The Bassline 101 synth is wonderful for basslines and arpeggiated sounds. TAL Audio did a wonderful job in recreating the warm aspect of an analogue synth. 

It also includes individual sliders for saw, pulse, noise, and sub oscillator waves. It has all of the options that the original Roland has which makes it a joy to use. 

Unlike the original Roland, the TAL Bassline 101 comes with a massive amount of presets. This makes it easy to start using right away with limited to no knowledge of how synthesizers work.

There are unique sounds such as; dusty vinyl pad, short circuit arp, smooth key arp, and deep wobble bass. Any great emulation comes with great presets, and the Bassline 101 does not disappoint in this category.

 

There are literally thousands of plugins on the market today. A lot of them are too complicated to use or don’t do enough to justify their download in the first place. The TAL Bassline 101 is neither of these.

With its impressive feature lineup and its vast library of presets, the TAL 101 is a work horse of a plugin that makes it easy to get vintage sound without vintage hardware.

Special thanks to TAL Software for giving us a digital license to their products so we can review them for you all to watch! Thanks TAL!

Learn more about the TAL Bassline 101 and to download your own copy here:

https://tal-software.com/products/tal...

 

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