MATRIXSYNTH: MAM MB33 Retro Analog Bass Synthesizer [TB-303 Clone] - Audio Demo

Friday, December 02, 2016

MAM MB33 Retro Analog Bass Synthesizer [TB-303 Clone] - Audio Demo

Published on Dec 2, 2016 Acid Alex

"Here's a demo of the MB33 Retro, a cool little clone of Roland's TB-303.

I've used a few different patterns and swept through the various settings so you can get a good feel for how it sounds. The MB33 has two little controls on the back to adjust the cutoff scale and offset. These have been calibrated so the cutoff range exactly matches that of the TB-303.

As you'll hear this is surprisingly close to the real thing, more so than my x0xb0x, TB-3 and TT-303 I would say. You can't get a better clone than the MB33 at this price.

I use the excellent Engine MIDI sequencer from Social Entropy to sequence the MB33 (and all my other gear). Highly recommended!

I used the MB33 Retro in my last two tracks. Check them out below..."

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