Most people know the little silver box. The Roland TB-303.
But only true addicts know that there is a man in Australia who can turn it into a Devilfish.
Robin Whittle from Real World Interfaces first started to modify the 303 20 years ago. He discovered that a good number of enhancements and additions could be made to Rolands circuitry.
The most noticeable and exciting thing is the addition of 7 new knobs to the front panel. Separate controls for the accent decay, the slide time, ﬁlter overdrive, ﬁlter FM and ﬁlter tracking open up the 303 into a more controllable machine and add new dimensions to its sound.
Two red Trigger buttons and a variety of toggle switches enable extra control of the accent and patterns, triggering extra hits or sending the sequencer into loops within loops within loops..
This is not a Kontakt Player instrument. This means that you do need to own the full version of NI Kontakt to use it. It will only run in the free Kontakt Player in DEMO mode, for 15 mins.
If you are are an NI Komplete user, then you should have a full version of Kontakt, but please check first.
System Requirements: Requires Kontakt 3.5 or later, Logic 9 or higher, Ableton Live v 8.2.2 or 9