New Bassline VSTi Plugin Released

Four part mono synth in one Plug-in      20/08/01

reFX presents "TBL" – a four-way monophonic synthesizer as an VST instrument.

According to ReFX the TBL offers
"Fat basses, zirping filtersweeps and slides out of this world"

TBL has four independent, monophonic synthesizer-parts which emulate analog circuits directly on the CPU.

All parameters can be controlled with the mouse - and recorded in real-time via midi control

Each TBL creates four virtual stereo outputs in the audio mixer of the sequencer, which can further be processed by the EQ's and other effects. When all settings are done, you simply generate a digital mixdown.


  • monophonic virtual-analog synthesizer
  • 1 VCO (five different waveforms, morphable)
  • 1 VCF (lowpass filter with 12 db/octave)
  • 1 VCA
  • 1 AD Envelope Generator
  • four-way monophonic sound generator (up to 32 channels when 8 TBLs are used)
  • all parameters can be MIDI-controlled and even MIDI-programmed!
  • all parameters can be changed and recorded with the mouse in real-time
  • all parameters load- and savable
  • requires a Audio/Midi sequencer with VST 2.0 interface (e.g. Steinberg Cubase VST 3.7 or better)
  • very low CPU consumption
  • sample-exact timing


PC TBL Demo-version (reduced featureset)
Mac TBL Demo-version (reduced featureset)
TBL Demo song1 (MP3 Format, 1.28 MB)
TBL Demo song2 (MP3 Format, 1.59 MB)
TBL Demo song3 (MP3 Format, 722 kB)
TBL Online Manual

Price and availability:

TBL for Microsoft Windows and Mac is available right now priced $25.

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