In this video, Roland’s Engineering team in Hamamatsu, Japan takes us behind the new virtual version of the iconic TB-303. Watch the mini-documentary to learn how the designers drew inspiration from both the original hardware and its legions of users to create the updated TB-303. The engineers share their thoughts about the fresh functionality of Roland Cloud’s TB-303 including its edit window, DAW-integration, Randomizer button, and more. Along the way, we get some insights into their updated recreation of the instrument that became an electronic music staple.
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