303 Sounds

US Puremagnetik releases TB-303 Micropak for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic      20/02/08

303 Sounds


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Puremagnetik has released TeeBee, a collection of instruments and loops sampled from the Roland TB-303. Said by Puremagnetik to be meticulously programmed to flawlessly emulate the original synthesizer, the company has employed many of the new features in Live 7, Kontakt 3 and Logic 8. Instead of using the DAW's built-in effects to emulate sounds, Puremagnetik has actually sampled the unique filter and envelope stages of the original TB-303.
The TeeBee download includes 24-bit 96khz sample content and over 50 looped phrases styled after classic TB-303 articulations. For Ableton Live users, Puremagnetik has developed a version for Live 7 and a "light" version for Live 6.
TeeBee for Ableton Live 6 & 7
  • Extensively programmed multi-sample instrument for Live 7 with Sampler
  • TeeBee Light for Live 6
  • Over 50 Live Clips with integrated Ableton effects
  • Macro controls that faithfully emulate the original Roland®TB-303
TeeBee for Kontakt
  • Multisampled instruments for Saw, Square and Accented modes
  • Custom KSP easy edit user interface panels
  • Over 50 Beat Machine looped phrases with integrated Kontakt effects and automatic tempo sync
TeeBee for Logic & GarageBand
  • Multisampled instruments for Saw, Square and Accented modes
  • Over 50 SIAL instrument loops with TB-303 modulation stylings
  • Multi level zone and group modes
Pricing and Availability:
Puremagnetik subscriptions start at $5.75 per month. More information:

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