Synths to motivate your sound!
B-Line 303- Version 2 is here! Now available for download and purchase. Only $12.95 on sale now!
New monophonic bass line synthesizer, B-Line 303, captures the vibe and sound of classic EDM and Acid techno music synthesizers from the 70’s and 80’s. B-Line 303 can easily dial up the classic Acid bass sound with all the squelch and buzz of the original classics. B-Line 303 gives producers the unique ability to shape their sound with sub oscillators, distortion, distortion intensity, and built in Waveshaper unit.
New in Version 2 is the Pattern Control Filter (PCF) that adds iconic Acid style tweaks to the sound. The PCF allows any midi pattern to be manipulated into an almost infinite pallet of Acid goodness. B-Line 303 comes with 14 presets to get you started but has room for up to 64 user presets. In order to create the entire Acid bass sound experience, B-Line 303 comes equipped with a Stereo "Doppler" Chorus effect and a Stereo Echo effect.
64 user presets
14 custom presets
Pattern Control Filter
Doppler Chorus, Stereo Echo effect
VST 2.4 effect!
Why is B-Line 303 in a class all its own?
Chaos Under Control- One secret to obtaining classic Acid sound is the ability to tweak parameters in a rhythmic fashion in order to gain optimum expressiveness! The included Pattern Control Filter (PCF) allows the user to create amazing unique patterns to control the different filters included in B-Line 303.
Imagine recording a simple midi bass line in your digital audio workstation (DAW) of choice. With the B-Line 303 internal PCF unit, you can transform that single simple bass line into an almost endless number of new and unique Acid riffs by just drawing in your own PCF patterns! With midi automation, you can easily combine your PCF tweaks with all the other B-Line 303 sound sculpting tools to maximize your creativity. B-Line 303 is a solid weapon for the creation of Acid and other classic EDM styles!
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Why is Deep-606 in a class all its own?
It is important to note that Deep-606 allows you to independently adjust the Attack, Decay, Sustain, and Release of the various filters separately for each oscillator. For example, you can adjust the filter Attack and filter Release on a Pad sound to cause a filter sweep to gradually fade in and then fade back out while holding down the keys. This is how the classics described above were able to create so many different kinds of vintage analog sounds like crunchy basses, sparkling leads, computer effects, analog kicks, snares, wind, etc. Deep-606 can easily create all of these classic analog sounds as well. In addition, unlike the beasts of the past Deep-606 is a 32 voice polyphonic synthesizer that opens up the sound sculpting possiblities even further!
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The layout of Deep-606 eliminates the need for patch cord routing or submenus. As you can plainly see, the multitude of sonic possibilities are just a knob twist away! Download our freeware softsynth Deep-Mono to experiment with our Multi-LFO. The sounds you create can be loaded into Deep-606 for further editing!
Lets Get Twisted!
A very special thank you to the Synthmaker/Flowstone Community Forum for their assistance in developing the sequencer and bit crusher unit on Beat Twist. Developers Maik Menz (Loop Drive), Trogluddite, Orson, Pall, Nix, and too many others to name published schematics for review that saved us hours upon hours of labor! While we do our own thing, it is a fact that with out the amazing generosity of the VST developer community there would be no way our small company could devote the time to bring such cool freeware to the public's attention!
Deep Step-606 loads and saves presets created from Deep-606 and Deep Mono. Moreover, any sounds you create in Deep Step-606 will load into Deep-606. Too get a little idea of how fun Deep Step-606 is to play with, please check out the videos below.
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Why is Deep Step-606 in a class all its own?
Deep Step-606 is a lot like that garage sale purchase described above. However, Deep Step-606 can load and save patches from Deep-606 and Deep-Mono. It can also sync to the host tempo, apply midi automation and save sequencer step programming as part of a saved song in your DAW! You could not do that with an old 70's synthesizer.
The 606 Step Sequencer Unit is a deceptively powerful beast! First, its PPQ timing is modeled after a popular Doepfer* and Analog Solutions* step sequencer units. Second, while it only plays sequences in the "forward" play mode, it provides 4 options of how the notes are played (1/4, 1/8, 1/16, and 1/32 note intervals). Third, the 606 Step Sequencer Unit makes it incredibly easy to set the pitch of the notes played and program killer sequences. In summary, Deep Step-606 is a wonderfully inspirational piece of software that will reward those with the curiosity to tinker!
A special thank you again to the Synthmaker/Flowstone Community Forum for their assistance in developing the sequencer on Deep Step-606. Developers like Trogluddite, Orson, Pall, Nix, and many others published sequencer/gate schematics for review that saved us hours upon hours of labor! The public benefits from this process.
Just Like A DIY Synthesizer! New
monophonic single oscillator synthesizer, Acid Zone
Retro, is a synth that harkens back to the DIY analog synths of the
past. Similar to Deep Mono and Deep Step-606, AZR-01 is simple to
program and has all the synth
programming parameters available right on the front panel. Tweak a knob
and you immediately begin to sculpt
the sound. It comes with 32 presets to get you started but can cover a
lot of sonic ground. The sequencer included
in AZR-01 was derived from reviewing the many sequencer schematics
the Flowstone/Synthmaker community forum! We made our modifications but
thank all the forum developers for sharing their creative and
groundbreaking work. This synthesizer is our tribute to the Flowstone
Why We Like It!
Music is about tinkering to come up with something new and different. AZR-01 is a blast to the past in a way that makes forging ahead into new sonic territory fun and creative.
Why We Think You Will Like It!
has a raw sound similar to an old DIY synthesizer that can really cut
through in a mix. The old school delay and reverb unit allows for
additional sonic manipulation.