SonicCouture Devilfish Multiformat | 890 MB
Most people who are interested in Electronica of any kind know what a Roland TB303 is. It’s the funny little silver box that Roland released in the 80s to provide bass accompaniment to buskers and cabaret performers. Famously it wasn’t very good at that, and the unit languished in obscurity, until the Acid house scene of the late 80s started to use 303s to create burbling, bending basslines and leadlines.
It is said that the unique properties of the 303 sound are attributable to a few different factors - its unusual 18db Lowpass ﬁlter ( which was apparently meant to be 24db, but the componentry used was too cheap to achieve that slope), its implementation of portamento and sliding notes, its accent system and lastly, its quirky sequencer.