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Navi Retlav 'Dirty Transistor Bass'

NEWS: Navi Retlav Studio release TB-303 synth sample pack with 100MB of free WAV samples

New from Navi Retlav Studio: 'Dirty Transistor Bass', a collection of 280 loops and 150 one-shot WAV samples created using the iconic TB-303 synth, the backbone of many an acid house classic.  Download 100MB of samples from the pack free and buy the full sample pack here.



From Navi himself:

'The Roland TB-303 was highly popular in the early 90’s and used on countless records up to this day.  This great synthesizer is responsible for the creation of acid house music genre and many great hip-hop and pop hits.  It slowly started to fade into deep underground, but now it is back. 

Thanks to the Navi Retlav Studio, you can stand out with this iconic sound in your own music productions...the samples are ready to use in any software or hardware sampler, which turns them into fully playable instruments that can be used not only as bass sounds, but also as the higher pitched gritty lead...'

Download 'Dirty Transistor Bass' 

Download 100MB of samples from 'Dirty Transistor Bass' free here.
For more products visit:  naviretlav.com

Sidenote: Roland's Classic TB-303 Synthesizer Put the 'acid' into Acid House Music

Whilst used in many genres of dance music, the TB-303 was responsible for putting the 'acid' into Acid House music; and is therefore synonymous with numerous classics in the genre.  Here is one of it's most famous moments, Josh Wink's classic 'Higher State of Consciousness' (available on iTunes and at Amazon and Juno).   



Download 100MB of samples from 'Dirty Transistor Bass' free here.
For more products visit:  naviretlav.com

Sidenote: Check out an exclusive review of Rob Papen's '‘The 4 Element Synth: The secrets of Subtractive Synthesis’ book & DVD here.

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