Patchpool announces Metaphysical Function Eternity, sound bank for Reaktor

Patchpool Metaphysical Function Eternity

Patchpool has announced Eternity, a sound bank for the Metaphysical Function Reaktor ensemble with a focus on spacious soundscapes and mysterious textures.

MF Eternity features

  • 60 snapshots with numerous variations for a modified Metaphysical Function ensemble made by Rick Scott.
  • Includes a 1GB sample map featuring original samples produced especially for this bank.


Metaphysical Function Eternity is available to pre-order for 14.95 EUR. It will be released on November 1, 2010, priced at 18.95 EUR.

More information: Patchpool / Eternity

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