Download key generator for AudioRealism Bass Line v2.5.2 Pro v1.1.6 Drum Machine 1.2.1
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Since 2003, ABL has established its sound as the industry standard.
In 2007 ABL2 achieves important improvements in several key areas.
Amongst new features the most important thing is the sound: The bass
is improved for less muddiness. The filter has been improved to
incorporate subtile nonlinear effects for additional squelch. The
distortion unit has been improved with less aliasing. The controls
have been calibrated to better match the response of the original.
Moreover several new features are present: The new pattern analyzer
which can be used to edit patterns and will even detect patterns from
Our extremely authentically modeled 303 bassline emulator with built
in sequencer -- a true studio classic!
Three classic drum machines (808,909 and 606) using virtual analog
emulation and sample player in one plug-in
Virtual analog polyphonic semi-modular synthesizer with built-in
ABL2.1 adds support for shuffle, but in standard and triplet timing
PATTERN ANALYZER WITH AUDIO DETECTION
The pattern analyzer is a tool for editing and analyzing patterns.
In further aid to help users transition their original patterns into
ABL an audio detection algorithm has been devised. That's right - it
can create patterns using audio files as a source. How does it work?
The original patterns are recorded under certain conditions, then
simply hit Detect from wave and select the audio file. ABL2 will
create a pattern resembling the audio input. Listen to the audio
detection examples above for an demonstration.
It is possible to copy and paste patterns directly from for example
a forum or e-mail using the clipboard functions - no more saving and
IMPROVED FILTER EMULATION
The filter has been improved so as to include the nonlinear behavior
of the original. This give additional 'squelch' in fast sweeps. See
the diagram below where one curve (red) represents the original
filters frequency response at one instance and the other (blue) ABL2's
On the original 303 it will take the envelope a while to 'warm up'
after an accent. When the accent knob is fully counter clockwise this
can be perceived as a ducking envelope. This feature is now included
in ABL2. Listen to these two comparisons: 303 ducking and ABL ducking.
The pattern library menu allows easy access to your favorite
patterns. It also possible to load several patterns in one go by
selecting multiple patterns from the Load Pattern dialog.
Other improved features
MIDI Learn function now displays all mapped CCs
Load multiple patterns at once
Preferences dialog for easier setup
Pattern section buttons are now MIDI assignable
ABL2 imports the following file formats: RBS, PH and PAT
PNG support for easier user skinning