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Bass synthesizer modeled after the Moog Taurus I

(20 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 6 years ago)
June 01, 2015
Reaktor 5 or lower


Bass synthesizer modeled after the Moog Taurus I analog monophonic foot-operated bass pedal synthesizer.

View B displays the same sliders as the originals VARIABLES control section, while view A offers a full ADSR envelope for both the VCA and the VCF, a low shelf EQ, a velocity on/off switch and a snap isolated volume gain control.

ENS design and user interface by Guido Weber. Das basst schon.


William McLawhorn
1 year ago
Loving this!!! I have been looking for a good Taurus model.
Winfried Sitte
1 year ago
This is awesome and fat AF! Thank you!
Claude S.
1 year ago
Woah... I came upon this synth almost by accident, and damn! It is really PHAT. Great work, man!
Rob Crowdy
2 years ago
Excellent emulation. Thanks!
Rulgert Ghostalker
2 years ago
where's your paypal?...if i use a synth in a track, i am obligated, by common decency, to square up at some point.
Rulgert Ghostalker
2 years ago
very well done Guido !!! this synth is very warm and full of analog character. i just downloaded this a month ago and have used it on two tracks already...this is the bass synth on Forked, and does the bass swells in the B sections of Conventional Gruel ( E.W.Koch aka. Rulget Ghostalker )
GG.G SakabeaT
5 years ago
Sam Mover
5 years ago
Ukpong Anderson
6 years ago
McLovin the sounds on this little Phat Gem!
Torsten Kablau
6 years ago
Well, this is one good fat, easy to use, bass maker. And I like the fader handling. Good work, thanks ;)
Panos Ghekas
6 years ago
SUPERB. I know the original and had used it in early 80s. This one is soooo close to the original almost 98% (damn moog filter...) AND is great to use it if one has an old 2m/p electone organ (with midi) to add those Taurus sounds on pedal to other classics (mellotron on Lower, minimoog on upper) from the long Reaktor list !! Thank you Guido
6 years ago
Guido, there are 20 bass snapshots & 30 bonus atti's for your lovely physical modeled Moog Taurus from 1970.