Xhun Audio has announced the release of an accurate analog modeling simulation of the iconic, sequencer-driven TB-303 bassline synthesizer from Roland.

Preserving the physics and behavior of the analog circuit components, topology and quirks as found in the original 1980s hardware with an Advanced Component Simulation (ACS) approach, ZeroBox delivers an all-in-one setup of the monophonic analog bassline synthesizer, an embedded analog sequencer, and analog and digital insert/master effects.

In addition to a meticulous replica of both the signal path and the physics of each of the electronic components found inside the original device (oscillator, filters, envelopes, etc.), an extended set of features, improvements and circuit-bents have been added, bringing the whole synthesis engine a step ahead.

Last but not least, a redesigned sequencer front-end and the inclusion of a full set of modulation, analogue saturation and multi-type distortion effects units make ZeroBox an expressive, powerful, self-contained tool for use in any electronic music scenario.

Available for Windows and Mac in VST/VST3 and AU plugin formats, ZeroBox is on sale at an introduction price of 39 EUR / $49 USD for a limited time. The regular price is 89 EUR / $99 USD.

Other products and bundles are up to 50% off as part of an anniversary sale until February 28th, 2022.

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