We also use the TAL 101 and the D16 Phoscyon; both of them are 303 emulations. From what I've read, these aren't the most realistic 303 machines out there, but that's not a problem for us because we aren't too interested in the genuine 'acid sound' – I think you hear much more of that coming from the UK at the moment.more
Wish I'd bought Imagelines Transistor Bass, which is much more accurate as a tb303 emulation. The cutoff filter coesn't cut enough. The resonance isn't squelchy enough. Probably won't see much use as I'll either buy Transistor Bass to replace it, or get a genuine Roland 303 and do it right.