Roland Boutique 104
TB-03 Explained and Explored
Genre: Audio
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Roland’s Boutique TB-03 is perfect to get that classic 303 acid sound without breaking the bank. Learn how to use this mighty silver box in this course by music producer and sound designer Nate Mars.
Nate Mars is a producer, sound designer, music technologist and content marketing specialist based in New York City.
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Overview
Status: Available | Released: Nov 20th, 2017
The original Roland’s TB-303 is one of the most iconic instrument in electronic dance music. Originally designed to create bassline accompaniments, it was a commercial failure when it was released in the early 80s… only to be reborn a few years later in the hands of DJ Pierre, and other house music producers. With its unique squelching sound, this little synth is responsible for creating a whole new genre of music: Acid House. Now, with the release of the Roland Boutique TB-03, music producers and performers can finally get the 303 sound at an affordable price, and with some brand new features added in!

In this course, music producer Nate Mars takes you knob-by-knob, feature-by-feature through everything this little silver techno box has to offer. You learn about its synth engine, built-in effects (overdrive, delay and reverb), its sequencer (both in the original mode and the brand new step mode), how to create songs by chaining patterns together, how to use it along with other gear (such as the TR-09), and more!

So learn this little box inside out in this 21-tutorial course by Nate Mars, and bring that classic 303 sound into your life and music!
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