One of the very best Rack Extensions for Propellerhead Reason 7 is Synapse Audio’s electrifying Antidote synthesizer. Antidote does it all, with two extremely versatile oscillators, an authentically-modeled filter section and an amazing suite of onboard effects. Nucleus SoundLab’s experienced sound designers have explored the farthest reaches of Antidote’s vast capabilities, and returned with a brand-new ReFill showcasing a world of aural possibilities – Antimatter.
Antimatter is focused on doing what Antidote does best – incredibly detailed, rich and spacious pads and atmospheres. Filtered chord washes, space exploration soundbeds, heavenly wavesequences, overdriven growls and various forms of supersaw-esque insanity are all on offer. Not only that, but for certain patches Nucleus SoundLab has paired up Antidote with Reason’s elder statesmen – Thor and Malstrom – to create Combinators of truly epic sonic scale.
100 unique Combinators.
127 Antidote device patches.
2 Demo songs packed inside the ReFill.
All Combinator rotaries/buttons/modwheel uniquely mapped.
Patches designed by veteran Reason sound designers – Jeremy Janzen, Tom Pritchard and Adam Fielding.
Requires: Antidote Rack Extension version 1.21 or higher, and Reason 6.5 or higher.
The Antimatter ReFill is available to purchase for $29 USD.
Tom Pritchard Sound Design has announced the release of ThorKit II for Reason 4 and above, the sequel to the popular ThorKit ReFill, featuring 200 new Thor patches.
ThorKit II contains 100 lush Chord patches, 50 evocative Polysynth patches, and 50 driving Sequence synths.
Chord patches use Thor’s Step Sequencer to mimic Chord Memory, a function found on some synthesisers whereby pressing a note plays an entire chord, resulting in some huge sounds. You can deactivate the chord with Button 1 and use these as 100 deep Polysynths if you prefer.
Another Reason ReFill has been added to Nucleus SoundLab’s Spring Synthesis ReFill Bundle. Viral Outbreak ($69 value) is now available for all purchasers who pay $49.99 or more!
Viral Outbreak brings the Virus TI synthesizer to Reason. 2.5Gb of samples and 180+ soundsets of cutting-edge electronica sounds are included. Not only that, a brand-new expansion bank of 32 patches is exclusively available with the bundle! These new patches by Tom Pritchard are highlighted by a focus on new Reason effects, including Alligator, Pulveriser, and The Echo.
The Spring Synthesis now encompasses 9 ReFills with a regular price of over $350 – at a Pay-What-You-Want price. Remember, the sale ends May 28th, 2012.
Nucleus SoundLab has announced a Spring Synthesis ReFill Bundle in collaboration with Sonic Elements, Tom Pritchard Sound Design and New Atlantis Audio.
Spring is finally here and the sounds of Reason synthesis are drifting through the air… And Nucleus SoundLab is back with another incredible Reason ReFill bundle! Regardless of your budget, the Spring Synthesis ReFill Bundle will energize and inspire your music for many seasons to come.
This time they’ve partnered with even more incredible ReFill developers – Sonic Elements, Tom Pritchard Sound Design and New Atlantis Audio – to create an extremely varied and balanced package of sounds.
For a minimum of $9.99 you’ll get four amazing synthesis ReFills that will supercharge Thor and Subtractor: Pantheon I, Pantheon III, ThorKit, and Subtractor Essentials.
Pay $49.99 or higher and you’ll complete the Pantheon trilogy as well as get three more amazing ReFills: Pantheon II, OB Resurrection, Healing Hands and Malstrom Essentials are all included. All told, the combined regular price of both ReFill tiers is over $280!
Don’t wait too long to check out the bundle – it is a limited-time offer, running until May 28th, 2013.
Another Reason ReFill has been added to Nucleus SoundLab’s Christmas 2012 ReFill Bundle. Tom Pritchard Sound Design Vast ($70 value) is now available for all purchasers who pay $49.99 or more!
The Christmas 2012 ReFill Bundle now encompasses 10 ReFills with a regular price of over $360 – at a Pay-What-You-Want price. Remember, the sale ends December 28th, 2012. Happy Holidays from everyone at Nucleus SoundLab and Tom Pritchard Sound Design!