Roland TB-303 Documentary BASSLINE

Roland TB-303 Documentary BASSLINE BASELINE by Nate Harrison from Jack Time on Vimeo.

I first heard Acid House at club Mars in the late 80s. I believe the first Acid record I bought was from Fast Eddie called Acid Thunder. I bought my first Roland TB-303 from Rogue Music in New York City for $300. I later bought another one and used them live. They eventually were stolen and since then I used various soft versions such as the Audiorealism ABL.

“If you’re interested in the early history of ROLAND, the Japanese manufacturer of electronic musical instruments and the TB-303 Bassline, you’ll enjoy this 20-minute video. The TB-303 and its design are described in depth, and many examples of popular music made with the machine are presented. Director: Nate Harrison” – Jack Time

For more info: wikipedia.org/Roland_tb-303

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on May 12, 2010 at 3:52 pm, filed under Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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3 Responses to “Roland TB-303 Documentary BASSLINE”

  1. Seidy says:

    actually, there’s a mistake in video. the speaker says that theres two waveforms: sawtooth and sinewave, but the second one is actually squarewave.(5.05)

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