Made with TAL U-NO 62 (juno 106 emulator)
The Roland Juno-106 was a hybrid digital/analogue polyphonic synth manufactured by Roland Corporation in 1984. It featured Digitally-controlled oscillators (DCOs) for tuning stability and digital envelope generation along with analog filters and signal path.he central tone-generating component of the instrument is a set of 6 digitally-controlled oscillators capable of producing sawtooth and square/pulse waveforms. The Juno is well known for its -24dB/octave analog lowpass filter with adjustable resonance, which has been said to provide the Juno 106 with its rather distinctive sound, when combined with the tone of the MC5534 wave generation modules.
Made with ESM - TB-303 Clone
The TB-303 (short for "Transistorized Bass") was originally marketed to guitarists for bass accompaniment while practising alone. Production lasted approximately 18 months, resulting in only 10,000 units. It was not until the mid- to late-1980s that DJs and electronic musicians in Chicago found a use for the machine in the context of the newly developing house music genre.
In the early 90's, as new Acid styles emerged, the TB-303 was often overdriven, producing a harsher sound. The head designer of the TB-303, Tadao Kikumoto, was also responsible for leading design of the TR-909 drum machine.
The TB-303 has a single audio oscillator, which may be configured to produce either a sawtooth wave or a square wave. It also includes a simple envelope generator, with a decay control only. A lowpass filter is also included, with -24dB per octave attenuation, and controls for cutoff frequency, resonance, and envelope modulation parameters.
Documentry | http://www.archive.org/details/NateHarrisonBasslineBaseline/
Phuture - Acid Tracks | http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKbLI8EufNo
808 State - Flow Coma | http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49P4GUA4AIY
Prodigy - Smack my Bitch up | http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nih72UdCiCQ
For our first release on Homeworx we have System Panic with their debut track for the label Pixelated.
A super heavy bass enthralled tear out dubstep track.
Accompanied by 'hands in the air' synths, melodies and masterful flow from vocalist Paul Stiks on the breakdowns and chorus...
All tightly assembled together by richard dolby in a perfect mix that will get any party rocking!
Heavy Artillery, does exactly what it says on the tin...
The gnarling, twisting, horrifying bass will be sure to scare the life out of your neighbours, and knock the socks off the ravers!
Forget your CD wallets DJ's, cos your gonna need a cage to carry this monster around in!