Zvork Audio has released Noxious, a polyphonic additive synthesizer Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason.
Noxious additive wave synthesizer for Reason.
Additive synthesis consists of adding tens, hundreds or thousands of individual sinusoidal oscillators to create complex waveforms or sounds. In theory, additive synthesis is able to recreate any sound imaginable but is usually a challenge to manipulate.
Noxious takes an intermediate route to additive synthesis by offering a limited mean of manipulating these sinusoidal oscillators, called partials, through “modifiers” and classical filters.
The Noxious Rack Extension costs 79 EUR / $99 USD.
Zvork Audio Volt CB-1 Rack Extension for Reason 6.5.
The Volt CB-1 is a control voltage combiner unit that lets you generate an output control voltage (CV) signal from two other input CV signals. Whereas the classic Reason CV Spider lets you merge multiple CV signals by adding them, the CB-1 adds a number of new operations.
Average : Average both input signals.
Minimum : Output the lowest of the two inputs.
Maximum : Output the highest of the two inputs.
Multiply : Multiply both input signals.
Subtract : The output is the difference between input A and input B.
All these operations work on ALL types of CVs. Yes, you can multiply your gate and note CVs too! Cross device modulation has never been as powerful in Reason.
Modulation of the velocity of a Matrix loop with Zvork’s Volt CB-1.
The Volt CB-1 is available to purchase for Propellerhead Reason 6.5 and Reason Essential 1.5, priced at 7.50 EUR.