An evolved next-generation analog synthesizer with huge potential for sound design and performance.
We wanted to deliver a next-generation analog synthesizer for a new generation of musicians new to analog synthesis. That dream was realized in the development of the minilogue, which instantly made the analog synthesizer approachable.
Keyboard37-keys (Slim-key, velocity sensitive)Sound GenerationAnalogue sound generator + Multi digital sound generator (Noise, VPM, User)Maximum Polyphony4 voicesPrograms500 voices (more than 200 preload, 300 user programs).
In addition to emphasizing the same real analog sound and joy of controlling an electronic musical instrument offered by the original minilogue, the minilogue xd newly adds a digital multi-engine, effects, a powered-up sequencer, and micro tuning functionality, further expanding the possibilities for sound design and performance potential.
minilogue xd is a fitting addition to the original groundbreaking minilogue.
Each program provides a program sort function that includes voice mode settings.
Favorite function built in.Voice Mode4 (POLY, UNISON, CHORD, ARP / LATCH).
The VOICE MODE DEPTH setting allows different parameters to be varied for each mode.Sequencer16-step polyphonic sequencer
Motion sequence can be used on up to four parameters
Main Synthesis ParametersVCO1WAVE (SAW, TRIANGLE, SQUARE), OCTAVE, PITCH, SHAPEVCO2WAVE (SAW, TRIANGLE, SQUARE), OCTAVE, PITCH, SHAPEMODULATIONSYNC, RING, CROSS MOD DEPTHMULTI ENGINENOISE/VPM/USER, TYPE、SHAPEMIXERVCO1, VCO2, MULTIVCFCUTOFF, RESONANCE, DRIVE, KEYTRACKAMP EGATTACK, DECAY, SUSTAIN, RELEASEEGATTACK, DECAY, EG INT, TARGET (PITCH, PITCH2, CUTOFF)LFOWAVE (SAW, TRIANGLE, SQUARE), MODE（BPM, NORMAL, 1-SHOT), RATE, INT, TARGET (PITCH, SHAPE, CUTOFF)Main effect ParametersEFFECTTYPE (MODULATION, REVERB, DELAY), ON/OFF (SELECT, ON, OFF), TIME, DEPTHMULTI ENGINENoise Generator4 typesVPM oscillator16 typesUser oscillator16 slotsMOD EFFECTSCHORUS8 typesENSEMBLE3 typesPHASER8 typesFLANGER8 typesUSER8 typesDELAYDELAY12 typesUSER8 slotsREVERBREVERB10 typesUSER8 slots
ControlsJoy stick that can modify different parameters for each program, PORTAMENTO knob
DisplayMainReal-time OLED oscilloscope provides visual feedback of parameter changesMULTI ENGINE section7 segments x 6 digit LED display
Input/Output connectorsHeadphone jack (Stereo phone jack)OUTPUT L/MONO, R jacks (monaural phone jack unbalanced)CV IN 1, CV IN 2 jacks (3.5 mm [1/8“] monoural mini jack, Input voltage: -5 V – +5 V (Modulation mode), -3V – +5 V (CV/Gate mode)SYNC IN jack (3.5 mm [1/8“] mini jack, maximum input level 20 V)SYNC OUT jack (3.5 mm [1/8“] mini jack, output level 5 V)MIDI IN jackMIDI OUT jackUSB B jackDAMPER jack (half damper is not supported)Power SupplyAC adapter (DC9 V)Power Consumption8 WDimensions (W x D x H)500 mm x 300 mm x 85 mm / 19.69" x 11.81" x 3.35“Weight2.8 kg / 6.17 lbs.Included ItemsAC adapter
Accessories (sold separetely)SC-MINILOGUE Soft shall caseSEQUENZ MP-TB1 MULTI-PURPOSE TALL BACKPACKSQ-CABLE-6 Sync cableDS-1H Damper pedalPS-1 Pedal switchPS-3 Pedal switch
||All products names and specification names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
||Appearance and specifications of products are subject to change without notice.
MX49 is a 49 key music synthesizer which combines Motif XS sounds, USB Audio/MIDI connectivity and advanced DAW/VST controller features at a ground breaking level of affordability.
The new MX series combines Motif XS sounds, USB Audio/MIDI connectivity and advanced DAW/VST controller
features at a ground breaking level of affordability.
- Over 1000 sounds from the MOTIF series
- Equipped with VCM effects
- Easy Split /Layer Performance Mode for Instant Inspiration
- 16-Part Multi timbral and 128-note polyphony
- Extensive Hands-On controls for VSTs and DAWs
- Bi-directional USB Audio/MID interfacing
- A complete suite of music production software included
- A lightweight design with a quality Yamaha keyboard
- Complete analog and digital connectivity
The MX series contains more than 1000 Voices derived directly from the world famous Yamaha MOTIF XS series. From realistic acoustic sounds like piano, electric piano, strings and drums to complex 8-element synth sounds, the MX has all of your favorite Motif XS Voices right at your fingertips. The MX even has a streamlined interface for instant hands-on selection of all those great Voices. The newly designed category selection makes it easier than ever to find the Voice you need. You can even edit and store your own sounds right onboard.
MX synthesizers come equipped with VCM effects, which simulate vintage effectors at the circuit level. The sounds of the ʽ70s are brought back to life, through simulating the hard-to-find vintage sounds of equalizer, flanger, phaser, and wah effects introduced by the keyboard legends of the era.
Performance Mode on the Motifs has always been the place to find instant inspiration and the MX is no different. You can easily combine two Voices to play on the keyboard using the dedicated Split and Layer buttons each with their own intelligent arpeggiator and a dedicated Part for a drum track to create evocative Performances that feel like a whole band is playing. The 128 Performances on the MX are all user editable, but come programmed with the latest club friendly grooves.
|Number of Keys: ||49 |
|Pitch Bend: ||Yes |
|Modulation: ||Yes |
|Tone Generating Technology: ||AWM2 |
|Number of Voices: ||1,106 Normal Voices + 61 Drum Kits,GM: 128 Normal Voices + 1 Drum Kit,User: 128 Normal Voices+8Drum |
|Number of Polyphony: ||128 |
|Effects: ||Reverb x 9, Chorus x 17, Insertion Effect x 48, Master EQ |
|USB Compatibility: ||Yes |
|Display Type: ||digit LED + 20 x 2 line character LCD (backlit) |
|MIDI: ||In, Out |
|Ηeadphones Outputs: ||Yes |
|Inputs/ Outputs: ||Output (L/Mono/R), Foot Switch, LINE OUT, USB to Host/Device - See more at: http://www.nakas.gr/ecom |
|Dimensions (W x H x D): ||98.4 x 11.2 x 29.9 cm |
|Weight: ||3.8kg |
|Color: ||Black |
|Accessories: ||AC adaptor, Ownerʼs Manual, Online Manual CD-ROM x 1 |
The first Yamaha synthesizer was released in 1974, at a time when synthesizers were only just beginning to be accepted into the musical mainstream. Yamaha has been at the forefront ever since, with instruments that have defined musical styles and propelled countless artists to stardom. 40 years on, Yamaha synthesizers and music workstations are still the instruments of choice for acclaimed professionals and discerning amateurs worldwide. 40 years is a milestone worth commemorating. To mark this auspicious occasion and reaffirm our commitment to empowering artists everywhere with the finest tools available, we have created the limited edition 40th Anniversary MOTIF XF Music Production Synthesizer. The commemorative MOTIF XF is pure white, symbolizing both our dedication for the past 40 years and a new beginning from which an even brighter future for musical creativity and expression will arise.
Celebrate with us, and the pure-white 40th Anniversary MOTIF XF.
Synthesizer workstation with 61 dynamic keys with aftertouch, Vast sounds composition method, sampler 128ΜΒ, compatible with AKAI - ROLAND - WAV -ENSONIQ - AIFF samples, 192 generators, KDFX professional digital multieffect unit, KB3 organ, 32 channels sequencer, arpeggiator, compatible with GM, smart media slot, pitch-bend & modulation wheels, midi in/out.
|K2661 Features |
|Keyboard: ||61-note unweighted synth-style keyboard with monophonic aftertouch |
|Display: ||64 x 240 fluorescent backlit display with brightness and contrast controls. |
|Physical Controllers: ||(8) sliders, (1) Pitch Wheel, (1) Mod Wheel, (2) buttons, (4) Foot Swicth Pedal inputs, (2) CC Pedal inputs, (1) Ribbon Controller input - all assignable |
|Polyphony: ||48 sample-playback voices (192 total oscillators). |
|Multitimbral parts: ||16 MIDI channels (each can be a 32 layer deep program) |
|General MIDI Compatability: ||Built in GM-1 sound set |
|Architecture: ||V.A.S.T. - Variable Architecture Synthesis Technology with 60 DSP functions |
|ROM Programs: ||Over 600 plus thousands on SmartMedia and CDROM (both included) |
|Sound ROM: ||32 MB base ROM expandable to 48Mb |
|Sample RAM: ||Up to 128 MB via 1 non-composite 72 pin SIMM. |
|Sequence/Program RAM: ||1.5 MB user-programmable battery-backed RAM. Equivalent to over 360,000 sequencer events. |
|Sequencer: ||Full-function 768 ppq sequencer with 16 song and 16 arrangement tracks. Offers pattern, linear, loop and step recording, cut/copy/paste, advanced 'groove' quantizing, event list editing and other powerful track editing tools. Sequences can be also triggered in real time from the keyboard. |
|KDFX: ||Powerful, flexible 5-stereo bus, 24-bit digital effects engine offering a wide range of time, frequency and dynamic based effects as well as effects chaining. |
|Triple Modular Processing: ||Offers 126 sound shaping algorithms and in-series processing of VAST layers. |
|KB3 Drawbar Mode: ||Allows blending of nine harmonics per voice in real-time (full polyphony maintained at all times). KB3 Mode allows realistic tone wheel organ emulations and innovative, dynamic new timbres. |
|Live Mode: ||Process any incoming signal via the digital or optional analog inputs with powerful V.A.S.T. synthesis functions and built in KDFX capabilities. |
|Arpeggiator: ||Fully programmable arpeggiator featuring 7 different modes of operation and a host of features including the ability to sync to MIDI Beat Clock. |
|Waveform Editing: ||Full functional graphic sample editor with a host of sample editing tools (Sampling Option NOT required) |
|Sample Processing: ||Non-real-time DSP functions include time compression/expansion, pitch shifting, re-sampling, pasting samples on beats-per-minute timeline (Mix Beat), volume ramps, mix sample, and many other functions. Sample Processing DSP does not require the sampling option to be installed. |
|File Compatibility: ||Reads/writes Standard MIDI Files, AIFF and WAVE files. ISO 9660 Compatible. Reads libraries in Roland 700 series, Akai S1000, S1100, and S3000, and Ensoniq EPS, and ASR file formats. |
|AFMS File System: ||User-friendly cataloging and retrieval of individual objects. Powerful utilities including: file search, info about media/available space, disk macros, startup file applications, and more. |
|Analog I/O: ||4 balanced audio outs with 24-bit converters plus mix stereo pair (can also be used as unbalanced). Stereo headphone out. |
|Digital I/O: ||8 channels of 24-bit ADAT input and output (or 2 channles of AES/EBU or S/PDIF output) |
|FREE OS Updates: ||User-installed upgrades via SmartMedia card or SCSI. Software available for download from this web site. DOS compatibility required. |
|K2661 Specifications |
|Height: ||(4.30“) (11.00 cm) |
|Depth: ||(14.18“) (36.00 cm) |
|Length: ||(39.40“) (100.18 cm) |
|Weight: ||(32.00 lb.) (14.50 kg) |
|Power: ||Internal, user-switchable international AC power supply|
Waldorf is back in the game. With the Blofeld. This synthesizer offers all the unique qualities that made Waldorf a truly legendary brand.
The engine inside the heavy duty, full metal chassis of the Blofeld delivers the same fat and rich sound that so many Waldorf users worldwide love when they play their Pulse, Q, Q+, Micro Q, Microwave, Microwave II/XT, or even the flagship Wave.
Yes, you've heard it right. The Blofeld is not only capable of producing these warm, organic analog sounds known from the Q synthesizer line, it also sports a wavetable engine like its predecessors with "Wave" in their names.
This unique synthesis system is based upon the revolutionary PPG Wave synthesizers of the early 80s. So when you listen to the Blofeld for the first time, you will instantly recognize those edgy, hard-hitting and bell-like timbres that have been an integral part of so many world hits from the PPG era on, and become increasingly popular once more.
In fact it is amazing to realize that nowadays this complex technology fits into such a slim and elegant device. And for a price no-one would have imagined a couple of years ago.
Each of the three oscillators offers authentic circuit-models of analog waveforms: Pulse with variable pulse-width, sawtooth, triangle and, as found in relatively few analog synthesizers these days, sine wave.
Furthermore, oscillators 1 and 2 feature the two wavetables that were introduced by the Waldorf Q and appeared shortly thereafter in the Micro Q series.
Not only that, the Blofeld includes all ROM Wavetables from the mighty flagship Waldorf Wave as well as Microwave II/XT. Plus, lo and behold, the desperately requested "Upper Wavetable" from the good old PPG Wave! But, for the first time in the history of Waldorf and PPG, each of these two oscillators can have its own wavetable.
What's more, you have control over the brilliance of these wavetables, which is especially important for waves with lots of harmonics in the bass end. You decide if you prefer pure and perfect harmonics or the same edgy timbre you know and love from the earlier Waldorf and PPG synthesizers.
Brilliance also affects the sawtooth and pulse oscillator models. From warm and soft (for those typical L.A. string pads) to the hard shapes you need for punchy and biting bass sounds. But note, Brilliance is not a simple filter applied after the oscillators, the model itself is modified.
Each of the three oscillators can be frequency-modulated by any of the other oscillators, the noise generator or one of the LFOs. With low FM amounts, you can add a little dirt to the oscillator sound, with higher amounts you get typical FM effects.
On top of all that, oscillator 2 can be hard-synced to oscillator 3.
Ring Modulation and Noise Generator
Oscillators 1 and 2 can be ring-modulated to create bell-like or metallic sounds, eerie sound effects as well as pumping basses and leads.
The noise generator delivers white noise that can be filtered low or high pass, depending on the Noise Colour setting.
The three oscillators, the ring modulator and the noise generator can be freely mixed into filter 1 and filter 2. This allows fine control over the harmonic content of each of the tone generators.
The Blofeld has two multimode filters per voice that can be routed in series or in parallel. Each Filter has its own Pan parameter for easy creation of stereo sounds.
The selection of filter types includes low pass, band pass, high pass and notch (band reject), each with 12dB/oct or 24dB/oct slope. The filter models are based on several famous Waldorf filter algorithms found in all our products. They offer resonance up to self-oscillation as well as frequency modulation (filter FM).
Furthermore, the Blofeld features the same comb filter types (with positive and negative feedback) that we first introduced in the Waldorf Q. These can be used to thicken bass and pad sounds or to create percussive, string or flute sounds reminiscent of physical modelling.
Overdrive, Saturation, Distortion, Shaping
You name it. The Blofeld offers a freely controllable "Drive" behind each filter with more than a dozen curves. These include such standards as the drive from the Q and Micro Q, low/medium/hard saturation, tube saturation, two types of electric pickups, a rectifier, digital overflow as well as esoteric stuff such as "binary distortion“, a sinusoidal waveshaper and even a distortion controlled by oscillator 1. And because the Blofeld has two filters that can be routed in series, you can control the timbre of the drive output of Filter 1 by dampening or emphasizing certain frequencies with filter 2.
The Blofeld has two effect slots with various types. In Multimode, the first effect slot is available per Part, while the second one is used for all 16 Parts (i.e. global) with controllable mix levels. Part 1 determines the settings of the second effect.
The first effect slot offers such modulation effects as chorus, flanger as well as a combined type called "Triple FX“. The latter gives you several effects at once, but with a reduced parameter set.
The second effect slot offers all the same types as the first, but with the addition of delay, clocked delay and reverb.
Four envelopes with different types and trigger modes affect any sound parameters you choose.
Each envelope can be either polyphonic or single trigger. This is especially interesting with the monophonic voice allocation, as the filter envelope can be set to be triggered only by the first note(s) while the Amp Envelope is triggered anew (i.e. on each note). Think "organ percussion register“, for instance.
The Envelope types include the standard ADSR as well as an enhanced ADSR-variant (with controllable attack level and two decay and sustain stages), two different loop envelopes and a "one shot" Envelope.
The Loop types can be used to act as additional LFOs, while the One Shot is perfectly suited for percussion sounds (which typically ignore the note release).
Each of the three LFOs offers sine, triangle, square and sawtooth waveforms, plus sample & hold and random.
LFOs can be synchronized to MIDI clock, they can be polyphonic or monophonic, reset on key trigger to a freely definable phase, and the speed can be scaled by MIDI note (key follow). There are separate delay and fade in/out parameters for e.g. delayed vibrato (positive Fade values) or a burst of vibrato at the start of each note (negative Fade values).
One important feature of the Blofeld LFOs is that higher rates reach well into the audio frequency range, thus making them useful extra FM sources. There are two basic modes: either linear FM as seen in classic digital synths, or logarithmic FM, which is primarily the domain of analog modular systems.
Here's where the real Waldorf power lies. Each and every instrument designed and built by Waldorf lets you connect dozens of modulation sources to all the important sound generation parameters.
Individual or multiple oscillator pitches, their pulsewidths and waveforms, their levels and filter-balances, FM modulation amounts, individual filter cutoff and resonance, filter FM amounts and stereo panning, or just the good old sound output level – everything can be controlled from internal modulation sources or from a variety of MIDI messages such as velocity, keytrack, continuous controllers (including wheels, breath and foot controllers) etc.
You can of course "modulate the modulators" i.e. control LFO speeds and individual envelope rates and levels. But in Blofeld you can even specify that these sources modulate themselves – recursive modulation! For instance, modulating an envelope rate by the same envelope (or another one) can alter the shape of the slope dramatically from the standard exponential curve to linear to inverse exponential.
And how many slots do you get in the mod matrix? Two? Three? Four? No, we're talking big here. You get 16 freely definable slots plus all the pre-routed modulation destinations such as pitch, Osc 1, 2 and 3 frequency and PWM (pulse width modulation), filter 1 and 2 cutoff, panorama and amp level modulation. And let's not forget that the filter envelope is already routed to filter 1 and 2 cutoff, and the amp envelope is routed to the amp level. Makes a total of 33 simultaneous connections if we counted correctly.
What if you want something really really crazy, like controlling a pitch vibrato done by LFO 3 with the modulation wheel. Although there are a few such composite modulation sources such as "LFO1*MW" (LFO 1 controlled by Modulation Wheel) and "LFO2*Press" (LFO 2 controlled by monophonic Aftertouch), there's nobody doing the "LFO3*MW" thing for you.
But, don't worry, that's where the Modifiers come into play. In seconds you can set up a new modifier, with the two sources set to LFO 3 and modulation wheel, and the "operation" set to "*" (multiply). You can use such custom-made modulation sources in any of the modulation slots described above.
Okay, maybe you are more the regular musician who simply wants to perform a binary OR between two modulation sources? Okay, go for it! This operation is just one of several at your service.
Okay, Blofeld's arpeggiator could very well become the biggest chapter of this page but let's try to keep it short...
It features variable clock divisions from 1/64 triplets to more than 1000 bars, with variable swing/shuffle, a range of up to 10 octaves. Up, down and alternate figures, selectable play order from low to high note, low to high velocity, as played or reversed, variable note length, different velocity modes. And Hold or One-Shot, if you like.
But more importantly, it has the most powerful Pattern Editor we have ever seen.
You can set each Step to either play the note it would do so anyway, to pause, to play the previous note again, play the first or the last note, play those together, play a chord consisting of all held notes or a randomly selected note.
Then you can adjust the Accent of each step (including silence), activate or deactivate Glide for each step, set the timing to play a step ahead or behind its nominal time, and finely adjust the note length between short staccato and full legato.
No wonder this arpeggiator had great reviews when it first appeared in the Waldorf Q. It will take you straight to arpeggiator-heaven, as has already happened to thousands of Waldorf customers. Dig it!
Now, how does all that sound? You probably know that Waldorf synthesizers are well loved for their sound character, and the Blofeld is certainly no exception. But who are we to tell you? Better listen to the Waldorf Blofeld demos or just believe us: it sounds great. Now go and get one!
Technical InfoMost important features
Unbeatable price tag
Sturdy Metal Enclosure
7 endless stainless steel Dials
Graphic Display 128 x 64 pixels, b/w, white background LED
More than 1000 Sounds
3 Oscillators per voice
Frequency Modulation between the Oscillators
All Q Oscillator Models
All Microwave II/XT/XTk Wavetables
2 independent Multi Mode Filters per voice
2 Drive stages per voice with selectable Drive Curves
3 fast LFOs per voice
4 fast Envelopes per voice
Freely programmable Arpeggiator Pattern with up to 16 Steps per Sound
Up to 25 Voices
16 part multi timbral
More than 1000 Sounds
Sturdy Metal Enclosure
7 endless stainless steel Dials
Graphic Display 128 x 64 pixels, b/w, white background LED
USB Connector for MIDI In / Out:
- uses standard USB MIDI Driver provided by host computer OS
- Windows ME minimum, Windows XP or newer recommended
- Mac OS X 10.2 minimum, Mac OS X 10.3 or newer recommended
External Power Supply
Virtual Analog Models:
- Pulse with Pulse Width Modulation and adjustable Brilliance
- Sawtooth with adjustable Brilliance
- Q Alt 1 and Alt 2 Wavetable with adjustable Brilliance
- All Wavetables from Microwave II/XT/XTk Series with adjustable Brilliance
- Separate Wavetable selectable for Oscillator 1 and 2
Frequency Modulation between the Oscillators
Ring Modulator for Osc 1 / 2
Noise Generator with Noise Colour
2 independent Multi Mode Filters:
- Filter FM
- Resonance up to Self-Oscillation
- Low Pass 24 dB / 12 dB
- Band Pass 24 dB / 12 dB
- High Pass 24 dB / 12 dB
- Notch 24 dB / 12 dB
- Comb Filter with positive / negative Feedback
- PPG Low Pass Filter
2 Drive stages per voice with adjustable Drive Gain and selectable Curves:
- Sine Shaper
Modulation Matrix with 16 Slots, freely programmable:
- Modulation Speed far into Audio Range
- Modulation Sources include all internal Modulation Sources plus various MIDI messages
- Modulation Destinations for almost all continuous sound parameters
Various pre-routed Modulation Destinations with selectable Sources:
- Pitch Modulation
- Oscillator 1 / 2 / 3 Frequency Modulation
- Oscillator 1 / 2 / 3 Pulse Width Modulation
- Filter 1 / 2 Cutoff Modulation
- Filter 1 / 2 Frequency Modulation
- Pan 1 / 2 Modulation
- Amp Modulation
4 Modifiers for transforming Modulation Sources with various Algorithms
3 fast LFOs:
- Syncable to MIDI Clock
- Note Retrigger with adjustable Start Phase
- Monophonic LFO
4 fast Envelopes with selectable types:
- Single Trigger / Retrigger per Envelope
- ADS1DS2R (2 Decay/Sustain stages plus adjustable Attack Level)
- One Shot
- Loop S1S2 (Loop between Sustain 1 and 2)
- Loop All (Loop over all stages)
Poly, Mono, Dual or Unisono Mode with selectable Voice Count
- Hold and One Shot modes
- Syncable to MIDI Clock
- Direction Up, Down, Alternate
- Range up to 10 Octaves
- Various methods to modify Note Sort Order
Freely programmable Arpeggiator Pattern with up to 16 Steps per Sound.
programmable per Step:
- Glide on/off
- Previous note
- Random not from Note List
- first and/or last note from Note List
1 Effect slot per part
1 Effect slot globally for all parts
- Triple FX (S&H, Ring Modulation, Chorus)
- Delay (only available on global Effect slot)
- Clocked Delay (only available on global Effect slot)
- Reverb (only available on global Effect slot)
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.
Specifications Synth engine Oscillators
- Osc 1
- Osc 2
- Sub Osc (3)
- Noise generator
Osc 1 & 2
Select between waveforms:
- square/variable pulse width
- Sync 1 & 2
- Octave range
- Pitch bend
- Pitch modulation from Mod Envelope and/or LFO 1
- Pulse width modulation from Mod Envelope and/or LFO 2
Sub Osc (3) which is tracked to Osc 1
Select independently between waveforms:
- All modulation and tuning tracked to Osc 1
- Independent octave select
- Osc 1 level
- Osc 2 level
- Sub Osc level
- Noise generator level
- Ring modulation depth
- External signal level
Two filter types
- Acid type (diode ladder filter design)
- Classic type (derived from original Bass Station)
- Filter frequency to Mod Envelope depth
- Filter frequency to LFO 2 depth
Select 'Classic' filter between:
- Low pass
- Band pass
- High pass
- 12dB slope
- 24dB slope
Two ADSR Envelopes (Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release)
- Amp Envelope
- Mod Envelope
- Combined control of both Envelopes
Select triggering mode between:
- Single trigger (holds envelope state when new note is played)
- Multi trigger (re-triggers with every new note played)
- Autoglide (engages portamento)
There is also a VCA limiter
Two LFOs each selectable between:
- Sample and hold
- Both LFOs independently adjustable between rate and delay time
- Key sync LFO 1 & 2
- LFO slew on LFO 1& 2 (low pass filter on the LFO waveform)
- Distortion send
- Oscillator filter mod amount (FM effect created by Oscillator 2 modulating filter freq)
- Up to 32 different patterns
- Select between 1-4 octave range
- Swing function
- Select direction:
- up / down 1
- up / down 2
- As played
- Latch (hold the arpeggiator)
- Up to four sequences
- Assign one of 32 preset rhythms or create your own
- insert rests or legato (slide)
- Sequencer re-trigger function
Hardware & controller assignment
- Adjust glide time
- Single trigger or re-trigger modes
- Integrate into step sequencer and arpeggiator
Inputs and Outputs
- 25 note synth-action keyboard
- Aftertouch can be assigned to modulate:
- Filter frequency
- LFO 1to Osc pitch
- Osc 2 speed
- Pitch wheel
- Modulation wheel can be assigned to:
- LFO 2 to filter frequency
- LFO 1 to Osc pitch
- Osc 2 pitch
- Octave up/ down buttons
- 64 factory presets
- 64 slots for user patches (and patch dump facility for storing more)
- Master volume dial
- USB MIDI (for connecting & powering Bass Station II via host computer)
- Mono output on 1/4" TRS jack
- Headphone output on 1/4" TRS jack
- External input on 1/4" TRS jack
- Sustain pedal input on 1/4" TS jack
- MIDI IN / MIDI OUT ports on 5 pin din
- DC power input
- Switch between power off / DC powered / bus powered
- 18" wide x 10.75" deep x 3" tall