Behringer TD-3-MO-BK Modded Out Analog Bass Line Synthesiser
How did the Behringer TD-3-MO-BK come about? After the release of the original TB-303, users wanted to squeeze out of an already amazing bass machine. Specifically, they wanted to produce sounds that were unique to themselves. As word started spreading about third-party mods adding more functions and many more ways to shape sounds, synth-heads around the world wanted to get their hands on a modded TB-303.
Introducing the TD-3 with Mods
Now it’s a lot easier to get that awesome “modded-out” sound with the Behringer TD-3-MO-BK. Specifically, it’s an ultra-affordable and faithful homage to the iconic synthesizer. Moreover, it’s capable of creating some fiery basslines and much more now in a sleek black enclosure. With its pure analog signal path, 16-step sequencer and authentic VCO, VCF and VCA filters, the TD-3-MO-BK is sure to become one of your favourite synthesizers.
Pure Analog Signal Path
Great care has been taken in engineering the TD-3-MO-BK. This includes the true-to-the-original VCO, VCF and VCA designs and pure analog circuitry with matched transistors. Consequently, this highly focused attention to detail is what gives TD-3-MO-BK its ultra-flexible sound-shaping capability. Furthermore, it covers a wide spectrum for you to create some super-funky bass lines. Also, create pounding rhythms that can keep you, and the crowd, grooving all night long.
Rock Right Out of the Box!
Lastly, your TD-3-MO-BK comes ready to rock! It’s default signal routing that doesn’t require lifting a single patch cable to instantly create amazing sounds. Also, the highly-intuitive layout lets you easily tap into the inspired sounds of 1980s and ’90s wave. Design incredibly fat and original sounds that will make you a legend in your own right!
TD-3-MO-BK Key Highlights:
- Pure analog signal path based on legendary VCO, VCF and VCA designs
- Sawtooth and square waveform VCO with transistor wave-shaping circuitry
- Amazing 4-pole low-pass resonant filter with cut-off, resonance, envelope, decay and accent controls