AudioRealism updates it’s 303 clone and adds swing!

AudioRealism ABL2

I really like all of AudioRealism’s plug-ins. They sound really good and have features like randomize which I covet. I gave an artist endorsement to the original ABL and I am happy to see they have updated this excellent Roland TB-303 clone. If your doing any kind of modern music the swing parameter is really import (ex. minimal techno). I recently did a post about swing you can check out here: Global Groove and Swing parameters in Ableton Live. So what else did that add? Take a look:

Since 2003 ABL has established its sound as the industry standard. In 2007 ABL2 achieves important improvements in several key areas. Amongst new features the most important thing is the sound: The bass is improved for less muddiness. The filter has been improved to incorporate subtile nonlinear effects for additional squelch. The distortion unit has been improved with less aliasing. The controls have been calibrated to better match the response of the original. Moreover several new features are present: The new pattern analyzer which can be used to edit patterns and will even detect patterns from audio files. –

It’s 95 Euro, Upgrade your old one for 25 Euro. VST 2.4 for PC, Audio Units and VST for Mac OS X.

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Oliver Chesler

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7 thoughts on “AudioRealism updates it’s 303 clone and adds swing!”

  1. Yeah, Shuffle option reay great :) But as for me D16 Phoscyon have more [phatty sound than ABL, and as about synthesis Phoscyon give more flexibile options, like Envelope Atack, Envelope Decay, Envelope Acent also i like expreriment with Step Lenght, this options realy help to experiment with Gate Slide and Accent options … :)

    And as for me, ditrotion in ABL realy week and need external help :)

    sorry for my english and thanx for blog, it realy helpfull for musicians :)

  2. Hi fsoup! Your English is good… I live in Berlin so I know how it is to try and speak another language! I like the D16 stuff too… competition is great for us consumers!

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