Novation Super BassStation


Novation Super BassStation is a virtual analog synthesizer released in 1998. It is a monophonic synthesizer with two oscillators, two filters, two envelopes, and an arpeggiator. It has been used by many artists, including The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, and Aphex Twin.

The Super BassStation works by generating sound waves using its oscillators. These sound waves can be manipulated using the filters, envelopes, and arpeggiator. The filters allow the user to shape the sound waves, while the envelopes control the attack, decay, sustain, and release of the sound. The arpeggiator allows the user to create complex patterns and rhythms.

The Super BassStation also features a built-in effects processor, allowing the user to add reverb, chorus, and delay to their sounds. It also has a built-in sequencer, allowing the user to record and playback their own patterns. Finally, it has a MIDI interface, allowing it to be connected to other MIDI-compatible devices.

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