21 years of inNovation topped by Bass Station II
Novation, a UK musical equipment manufacturing company was founded in 1992. The company has specialized in MIDI controllers and analog modeling synthesizers. They were the arm extension of Madeon, who got famous overnight with the mash-up on a Novation Launchpad. Recently, they've finished the highly anticipated II edition of Bass Station, coming a long way since it's first release 20 years ago. Check out the video showing the evolution through the years.
“All-new design,” says Novation, modeled on the original and with a “pure analog audio signal path.”
Two filters: “Classic” (from the original), and 303-style “Acid.”
64 presets, 64 user patch locations.
Analog distortion, filter modulation, filter overdrive/crunch.
Modulation: 2 ADSR envelopes, 2 LFOs, pulse width modulation, switchable LFO waveforms: triangle, sawtooth, square and sample & hold.
Programmable step sequencer, arpeggiator.
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