Another inexpensive 303-clone. 90€ from a sale. Previous excperience with such devices is Roland TB-3 which is of the Aira line and very much digital. TD-3 isn’t but it has an onboard distortion which i’m not sure. Behringer claims its all analog and it seems to make certain signature sounds much better than TB-3. Have to test this out a bit more. Here is the first sounds I got out. TD-3 got usb midi, din midi in and out and cv synch in/out etc. connections for semimodular/modular gear.
Just bought this one from a premature Black Friday sale for 199€. Thought it would be like another one Chris Huggett (RIP) originally designed but this is quite the opposite; it growls and gnaws like a.. wasp.
After turning the second oscillator up there is a slight or not so slight overdrive through the signal path that enhances the sound without becoming too overwhelming.
The sound of the multimode filter is interesting and not like anything else I have heard. Doesn’t sound like Bassstation’s filter either (that was designed to go after Moogs and other classics I reckon)
Modulation on this little synth is interesting too. Much of the sound comes from the fact that oscillators are digital controlled but rest is analog.
Wasp arpeggio with delay