TB-303 examples that aren't Acid

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Post by Syn303 » Tue Jul 01, 2008 4:19 pm

ramos wrote:^^ nice example.

Not a 303 on this track

MP4 format can't watch = FAIL
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Post by ramos » Wed Jul 02, 2008 12:32 am

Syn303 wrote:
ramos wrote:^^ nice example.

Not a 303 on this track


MP4 format can't watch = FAIL


You might be right about that track on a 2nd listen... :)

You fail at computers... ;)

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Post by TrondC » Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:37 am

now I'm not sure, but I always thought the bassline in "Song of life" (Leftfield) was a 303? anyway, that one bassline is still one of the best sounding I've heard, 303 or not.

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Post by glimmertwins » Wed Jul 02, 2008 9:39 am

hageir wrote:glimmertwins, as in Serie Noire 2?
if so, well done and welcome!
...not quite. I'm a guitar player first and glimmertwins refers to the pen name given to the Jagger/Richards song writing team....although I checked out the Glimmer Twins you referred to just now and I'm definitely interested in hearing more.

...by the way - thanks everyone for the great replies! Clearly this isn't just a one trick pony. I was needing another project after finishing restoring a Rhodes and think I might take up making a XoXBox but wanted to make sure it was a sound I could get along with if I wasn't interested in making Acid. Thanks for everyone's thoughtful posts.

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Post by williamharris » Sun Jul 06, 2008 9:57 am

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Post by madtheory » Sun Jul 06, 2008 12:56 pm

Massive Attack's "Protection" has one burbling away doing eighth notes.

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Post by fingerbib2000 » Sun Jul 06, 2008 5:14 pm

*****THREAD HIJACK*****
ramos wrote: and THE best example of its use IMO (Acid though)

UR - Final Frontier

IMO....


:D

people say that the 303 is unique for its acid sound, but i find its simple hollow square wave sound (square wave with hi rez and low cutoff) to be just as unique to the machine...for the life of me cannot think of any examples in any tunes off the top of my head though..
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