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nekobee

nekobee is a DSSI soft synth plugin that emulates the sound of the TB-303 Bassline. It is not an exact copy; rather than make it "just like the real thing", the design concentrates on modelling the circuitry and was adjusted by comparing the sounds achievable with it to those heard on classic acid house tracks. It includes a switchable square/saw wave VCO, 24dB/octave VCF, an adjustable decay time for the VCF, a fixed decay time for the VCA, and an interesting bit of circuitry around the "Accent" control.

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  •  04 Nov 2006 11:18

    Release Notes: The plugin now supports MIDI continuous controllers for adjusting the knobs. The values used are documented in the README file. At the moment the only way to change them is by editing the relevant bits of code.

    •  02 Jul 2006 19:38

      Release Notes: Now uses minblep oscillators, so no more aliasing on highish notes and clicky instability on low notes.

      •  22 Nov 2005 17:53

        Release Notes: Clicking when gliding to and from accented notes has been fixed. The Square/Saw knob now acts like a switch, not a linear knob.

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