MATRIXSYNTH: Roland TB-303 vs TT-303 vs TB-3 vs TB-03

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Roland TB-303 vs TT-303 vs TB-3 vs TB-03

Published on Oct 11, 2016 ADSR Music Production Tutorials

Would love to hear Abstrakt Instruments Avalon and a x0xb0x thrown in to the mix. There's also the MC-09.

Jump to 6:07 to listen to them in a mix. Listen to the TB-303 come in at 7:59.

"The TB-303 is one of the most sought-after monophonic synthesizers.

Over the years people have made hardware clones of them and software versions as well. It has gone so far that TT-303 looks almost exactly like the original TB!

Roland has issued two digital versions of the 303 in the last few years trying to quench the demand but it seems people still want a reissue of the original analog version.

So in this video we take a listen to the two new digital versions from Roland, the analog Cyclone TT-303 and the Original 303 from 1982.

We listen to the raw version with two different patterns as well the spectrum analysis of all 4 at the same time."

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