Saturday, February 27, 2010
Abl2 bassline tutorial
Here is a video for a tutorial on the Abl2 bassline. (A near exact replica of the legendary Roland 303)
The legendary silver box which is hallmark in electronic music has been recreated in AudioRealism Bass Line.
Analog modeling techniques have been employed to create a DSP-algorithm that accurately emulates every aspect of the original Bass Line, from growling basses to hollow middles and beeping highs with metal rattling accents.
Patterns are composed in a similar fashion to the original Bass Line using the integrated step sequencer with easy to use manipulation functions such as transpose and randomization.
The pattern analyzer is a tool for editing and analyzing patterns. In further aid to help users transition their original patterns into ABL an audio detection algorithm has been devised.
Thats right - Bass Line can create patterns using audio files as a source. How does it work? The original patterns are recorded under certain conditions, then simply hit Detect from wave and select the audio file. ABL2 will create a pattern resembling the audio input.
- MIDI Learn function now displays all mapped CCs
- Load multiple patterns at once
- Preferences dialog for easier setup
- Pattern section buttons are now MIDI assignable
- ABL2 imports the following file formats: RBS, PH and PAT
- PNG support for easier user skinning
- All ABL1 features remain
Here is the tutorial:
If you want to try a demo out you can grab it here.