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D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR: The Ultimate 303 Emulation


D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR: The Ultimate 303 Emulation




If you are looking for a software synthesizer that can recreate the iconic sound of the Roland TB-303, you might want to check out D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR. This is a virtual instrument plugin that emulates the analog circuitry and behavior of the original silver box, but also adds some modern features and enhancements to make it more versatile and expressive.


In this article, we will review the main features and benefits of D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR, and show you how to use it to create some amazing acid basslines and squelchy leads.


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What is D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR?




D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR is a software synthesizer plugin that emulates the Roland TB-303, a legendary monophonic bass synthesizer that was released in 1982 and discontinued in 1984. The TB-303 was originally designed to accompany guitarists and keyboardists with realistic bass sounds, but it failed to achieve commercial success due to its limited sonic palette and difficult programming interface. However, in the late 1980s, the TB-303 was rediscovered by electronic music producers who used it to create distorted and resonant sounds that became the signature of acid house and techno genres. Since then, the TB-303 has been one of the most influential and sought-after synthesizers in music history, inspiring countless clones, emulations, and variations.


D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR is one of the most accurate and faithful emulations of the TB-303 available on the market today. It reproduces the sound and behavior of the original hardware with meticulous detail, using advanced circuit modeling techniques and high-quality DSP algorithms. It also adds some new features and enhancements that make it more flexible and user-friendly, such as:



  • A built-in arpeggiator with 7 predefined chords and 1 user-definable chord, tempo multiplier, repeat function, and 4 arpeggiation patterns



  • A built-in distortion effect with signal routing and equalization, tailored for the acid bassline sound



  • A powerful randomizer that can generate patterns from user-defined range of notes, chords, and attributes



  • A new sequencer and live mode that allow easy editing and playing of patterns with a mouse, a MIDI controller, or DAW MIDI notes



  • A calibration section that lets you adjust the tuning, envelope decay, filter cutoff, resonance, envelope modulation, accent amount, and slide time of each oscillator separately, simulating the variations between different units of the TB-303



  • A light and dark theme, several UI sizes to choose from, and HiDPI support for optimal screen fit



  • Over 800 presets and patterns in factory content




How to use D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR?




D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR is compatible with Windows (VST2/VST3/AAX) and Mac OS (VST2/VST3/AU/AAX) platforms. It can be used as a standalone application or as a plugin in any compatible host application (such as Ableton Live, FL Studio, Cubase, Logic Pro, etc.). To install it, you need to download the installer from [D16 Group website], run it, and follow the instructions on the screen. You will also need to activate it using the keygen provided by AiR (a group of software crackers) or purchase a license from D16 Group.


Once you have installed and activated D16 Phoscyon VSTi v1.5.7 Incl. Keygen-AiR, you can start using it to create some amazing 303 sounds. The interface of the plugin is divided into four sections: the synth section, the sequencer section, the arpeggiator section, and the distortion section. Here is a brief overview of each section and how to use them:


The synth section




The synth section is where you can adjust the synthesis parameters of the plugin, such as the waveform, tuning, filter, envelope, accent, and slide. It is designed to look and feel like the original TB-303, with the same knobs and switches. However, unlike the TB-303, you can also access the calibration section by clicking on the "Calibration" button at the bottom right corner of the synth section. This will open a new window where you can fine-tune the sound of each oscillator separately, simulating the variations between different units of the TB-303. You can also save and load your own calibration presets from this window.


To create a basic 303 sound, you can follow these steps:



  • Select a waveform for each oscillator by clicking on the "Saw" or "Square" buttons. The saw wave is more bright and harsh, while the square wave is more warm and smooth.



  • Adjust the tuning of each oscillator by turning the "Tune" knob. You can also use the "Fine" knob to fine-tune the pitch in cents.



  • Adjust the filter cutoff frequency by turning the "Cutoff Freq" knob. This will determine how bright or dark the sound is.



  • Adjust the filter resonance by turning the "Resonance" knob. This will determine how sharp or smooth the filter peak is.



  • Adjust the envelope modulation amount by turning the "Env Mod" knob. This will determine how much the filter cutoff frequency is modulated by the envelope generator.



  • Adjust the envelope decay time by turning the "Decay" knob. This will determine how long it takes for the envelope generator to reach zero after a note is triggered.



  • Adjust the accent amount by turning the "Accent" knob. This will determine how much louder and brighter a note is when it has an accent attribute in the sequencer or arpeggiator.



  • Adjust the slide time by turning the "Slide Time" knob. This will determine how long it takes for a note to glide to another note when it has a slide attribute in the sequencer or arpeggiator.




The sequencer section




The sequencer section is where you can create and edit patterns using a step sequencer similar to the original TB-303. Each pattern can have up to 16 steps, and each step can have a note value, a gate value, an accent value, and a slide value. You can also switch between different patterns using the "Pattern Group" and "Pattern Number" buttons, or use MIDI notes to trigger them in real time. To create a pattern, you can follow these steps:



  • Select a pattern group (A or B) and a pattern number (1-8) using the corresponding buttons.



  • Click on the "Write Mode" button to enter write mode. This will allow you to enter notes and attributes into the sequencer.



  • Select a note value for each step using the keyboard at the bottom of the sequencer section. You can also use your computer keyboard or MIDI keyboard to enter notes.



  • Select a gate value for each step using the "Gate Time" knob. This will determine how long each note is held before it is released.



  • Select an accent value for each step by clicking on the "Accent" button above each step. This will add an accent attribute to that step, making it louder and brighter.



  • Select a slide value for each step by clicking on the "Slide" button above each step. This will add a slide attribute to that step, making it glide to the next note smoothly.



  • Click on the "Write Mode" button again to exit write mode. This will save your pattern to the memory. You can also use the "Copy" and "Paste" buttons to copy and paste patterns between different slots.




To play a pattern, you can follow these steps:



  • Select a pattern group (A or B) and a pattern number (1-8) using the corresponding buttons.



  • Click on the "Play Mode" button to enter play mode. This will allow you to play the selected pattern or switch between different patterns in real time.



  • Click on the "Run/Stop" button to start or stop the playback of the pattern. You can also use the spacebar on your computer keyboard or a MIDI note to control the playback.



  • Use the "Tempo" knob to adjust the playback speed of the pattern. You can also sync the tempo to your host application or use an external MIDI clock source.



  • Use the "Shuffle" knob to adjust the amount of swing or groove applied to the pattern. This will make the pattern sound more human and less robotic.



  • Use the "Transpose" knob to transpose the pitch of the pattern up or down by semitones. You can also use MIDI notes to transpose the pattern in real time.



  • Use the "Pattern Mode" buttons to switch between different playback modes of the pattern. You can choose from "Normal", "Random", "Reverse", and "Reverse Random".




The arpeggiator section




The arpeggiator section is where you can create and play arpeggios using a built-in arpeggiator that is independent from the sequencer. An arpeggio is a musical technique where a chord is broken into a sequence of notes that are played one after another. The arpeggiator section allows you to select a chord, a tempo multiplier, a repeat function, and an arpeggiation pattern for each arpeggio. To create an arpeggio, you can follow these steps:



Select a chord for each arpeggio using the "Chord" buttons. You can choose from 7 predefined chords (Major, Minor, Diminished, Augmented, Major 7th, Minor 7th, and Dominant 7th) or 1 user-definable chord (Custom). To define your own chord, you need to click on the "Custom" button and then use the keyb


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