BassLine Analog Modeling Synthesiser
There's not a wide range of sounds in it, but this is a well-featured app at a great price.
BassLine Analog Modeling Synthesiser Review
by on December 31, 2011
If you’re new to the world of sequencers, and you’ve never played with any old digital audio kit, you might be a bit baffled by BassLine’s interface. But give it a chance: it’s one of the best simulations of the classic acid house 303 sound you’ll find this side of Rebirth – all squelch and bounce with a massive level of fingertip control.
You can even use your device’s accelerometer to tweak the sound as it’s playing, making BassLine a plausible live instrument. rnrnBest of all, it’s WIST compatible, meaning you can sync up with other devices, Korg’s line of music apps or BassLine’s sister app MoDrum, and it also supports AudioCopy, meaning you can export your creations to other iOS audio apps.
The sound doesn’t really vary from that acid growl, but this is a full-featured instrument that’s well worth the cup of coffee you’ll pay for it.
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