AVP Synth tells us that their MBS-100 is a monophonic bass synthesizer inspired by synthesizers produced in the soviet era times, while having the flexibility, MIDI control and compact package of the 21st century. It has 19 knobs, 3 switches and 4 buttons with which you can control the parameters of the sound and MIDI.
AVP Synth had this to say about the video demo above, "In the first part of the video, MBS-100 is being controlled by Korg SQ-1 step sequencer. No EQ nor effects are applied. In the second part you can hear MBS-100 multitracked in a DAW via MIDI, no EQ has been applied only some reverb and delay at times. Drums are sequenced externally."
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