>>Another example, I downloaded the Rebirth demo a while back, which is >>basically a simulation of 2 TB-303's and a TR-808, with some filtering, >>distortion, and delay effects. It has the same basic, stupid kind of >>sequencing that those boxes had in their day. And it's great for real-time >>looping stuff. (assuming you like the very well-worn sounds that it makes.) >>You just start it up and begin adding things to the sequence, taking them >>out again, playing with the filters, changing levels, etc. Pretty fun. >> >>kim >HI Kim >Try Seq 303 (if you have a PC) for more filters and infinite sounds. I >discovered the prog last night and it's a killer. E-mail privately if you're >interested. Hello loopers, I found found another great toy out there - a TB-303 analog syth emulator. One of the cool things about this one is that is works in real-time (i.e. the oscillator, filter parameters etc. can be changed in real-time without a sound delay), which isn't usually the case with PC synthies. Neddless to say, I've been skipping sleep the last few days ;-) This puppy is called VAZ (for PC) and a freeware version is available at http://www.software-technology.com The full version (VAZ plus - which I haven't bought yet) offers multimode filter, portamento, ring modulator, up to 8 sequencer patterns, patch storage and even polyphony - sounds like even less sleep... ... and I'm not plugging for them Talk to youse all later....