Head down to Musicroom London, York and Nottingham to experience the Novation Bass Station II this summer!
To celebrate their 21st birthday, Novation have announced the launch of their powerful Bass Station II analogue synth – an impressive bit of kit made for bass but that’s also ideal for lead parts.
Novation product specialist Chris Calcutt will be showcasing the brand new Bass Station II, Launchpad S and Launchpad keyboard controllers at Musicroom London on May 31, York on June 26 and Nottingham on June 27.
These informal workshop sessions will be based on audience interaction, with Chris tailoring his demonstrations and talk topics based on what you want to know!
Contact the stores directly by telephone or email to book your place now!
11 Denmark Street
020 7632 3950
York, Banks Musicroom
246 Victoria Centre
Notts NG1 3QQ
Information on the Novation Bass Station II
Based on their classic BassStation, first released in 1993, the Bass Station II has been completely reinvented for the 21st Century, with two oscillators, a specialist sub-oscillator, patch saving and fully analogue effects section.
On top of all that there’s also a step-sequencer, arpeggiator, a two octave velocity-sensitive keyboard with 25 full-sized keys, a powerful modulation section and built-in MIDI I/O and USB connectivity.
Check out the Bass Station II reveal video below:
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