Bass Station II In Action

Novation posts a performance vid of their analogue synthesizer      19/12/13

Novation has posted a YouTube video of their Bass Station II in action. The song, Ten Eleven, by Thesecondwall consists of 6 synthesised parts (taken from the Bass Station II) and a kick & snare (prepped in Ableton Live).

Bass Station II is an analogue mono-synth based on the classic original Bass Station but re-worked for the 21st century. It has two filters, two oscillators plus a third sub-oscillator, patch save and a fully analogue effects section. Add a step sequencer, arpeggiator, full sized keys and a powerful modulation section and you have the makings of a synth that is built for bass, but capable of so much more.

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Bass Station II key features:

  • Analogue synth: brand new version of the classic Bass Station
  • Two distinct analogue filters
  • Load and save patches
  • Pattern-based Step Sequencer and Arpeggiator
  • Dedicated Tweakable Controls
  • Two Oscillators plus an additional Sub Oscillator
  • Analogue effects section
  • Flexible modulation featuring 2 Envelopes and 2 LFOs
  • MIDI I/O and USB connectivity
  • Players 'synth-action' keyboard with aftertouch

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