Friday, July 9, 2010

TB-303 Pattern Sheet



Here's a really nice pdf pattern sheet which I got from Dylab, you can download and print out. It has room for all your patch data so you can backup all your favorite basslines, very nice indeed.

Be sure to visit DyLab's blog for more TB-303 related topics.

The sheet was orignally designed by DanG who visits here and had this to add.

I designed those many years ago in Visio and gave them away to peff to distribute. I'm glad someone still finds them useful. :)

You can find the original posting along with a 4 pattern per page version at the bottom of peff's Synthesis Archive page here:

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  2. *EDIT* Oops. typos

    Hi Phono.

    I'm glad Dylab gave you permission to distribute my pattern sheets. :)

    I designed those many years ago in Visio and gave them away to peff to distribute. I'm glad someone still finds them useful. :)

    You can find the original posting along with a 4 pattern per page version at the bottom of peff's Synthesis Archive page here:
    http://www.peff.com/synthesizers/

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  3. hi Dan, just to clear this up, he didn't say he had made them I honestly just assumed that myself. I'll update the post.

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  4. Its totally okay phono. I was just teasing. I didnt assume anyone was taking credit and I really dont care. I am just pleased that they are useful to someone. That was almost 10 years ago and I actually forgot about them until I saw your post. :)

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  5. I have some really nice ones in MS Word as well.

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  6. Can you post a link CC?

    Hey Phono, I've been meaning to make a related pattern sheet for the TR-606. Would that be useful as well?

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  7. yeah a matching sheet for the 606 would be great, one for the 808 also would rock :-)

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  8. I don't have it uploaded anywhere. But hit me up on e-mail and i'll send it to you.

    acidted@gmail.com

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  9. oh, man i been looking for these for sooooo long. I made my own like 20 years ago and lost the template. Appreciate the offering here.

    This might be obvious, but for people looking for a TR-909 pattern sheet, I copied the blank ones out of the original manual.

    Sincerely grateful

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  10. I've been using that template for years, never knew who made it though.

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