The bundle includes: Old School, Acid Bass Line, Dreamy Sequences, Lounge & Chill Out – 256 Patterns total.
Old School is a collection of 64 patterns for Behringer TD-3. It’s inspired by the sound of 1980s and 1990s: Rave, Techno, Acid, House, Trance, Jungle, Breakbeat…
Acid Bass Lines is a collection of 64 bass sequences for Behringer TD-3.
It is suitable for different subgenres of Techno, Minimal, House, Progressive: Acid, Deep, Rave, Dub, Tribal, Hardcore, Industrial, Dark, Electro, etc.
Dreamy Sequences is a collection of 64 patterns that are suitable for various genres: Downtempo, Lounge, Chill Out, Ambient, House, Techno, Progressive, Trance, IDM, Hip-Hop, R’n’B, Breaks, Pop and others.
All sequences in Pattern Group IV are done with Triplets.
Lounge & Chill Out is a collection of 64 patterns for Behringer TD-3. It’s suitable for many genres: Downtempo, Lounge, Chill Out, IDM, House, and others.
The Sequences are done in C Major scale, but of course, you may transpose them to any note.
Patterns Groups I and II have regular 16 steps length, in Group III – “odd” length (7, 9, 13… steps), in Group IV – “odd” length, and they are in Triplet mode.
Try different BPMs, Envelope, Filter, Accent and Distortion settings to get a wide range of results.
The sequences are organized in the following way. Each pattern inside the group has 2 variations: A and B.
A has fewer notes and articulations, it’s good to start with it, while B is much more energetic and expressive variant of A. This organization gives an opportunity to develop your bass line from “soft” to “expressive” (or vice versa) just in one click. And, of course, you may do any changes in sequences while performing or jamming.
Please watch the demo, where I demonstrate many of the sequences.
For loading the sequences to your TD-3 use the latest version of SynthTribe app. It’s available on the official Behringer website – TD-3 page – Downloads.
SynthTribe version should be 2.5.7 or higher if you use TD-3-MO.
Reviews from YouTube
Holy cr@p I clearly need to make more time for my analogue synths in between the general time sink that is day to day shizzle. The first example blew my mind. I just laid groundwork for a Neutron / TD3 track this afternoon, we’ll see how that turns out. This upload is great, thanks for sharing. And thanks for the inspiration. 👍
Great sequences again Anton ! You’re really very good at this!
Fantastic as always! My TD-3 is arriving tomorrow.