Reason Waveforms Deluge

Wavefront hybrid synthesis refill for Reason 3 or greater is now available      25/09/06
Bitword.com have told us about Wavefront , a collection of just over 4.5 gigabytes of waveforms created by Engineer, Sound Designer, and Producer Marc Van Bork in the Reason ReFill format. It is the third commercial sound library release for Marc Van Bork. His past releases include Sonic Data Volume One and Prosamples Platinum: Vapor Virtual Synthesizer.
What you get with Wavefront is a massive hybrid synthesis ReFill for Reason 3 or greater. Over 4.5 gigabytes uncompressed with currently 2,222 patches with full modulation wheel support. Additional patches will be available as a free download in the future.
Included are patches for the the NN-19, NN-XT, Combinator, and ReDrum in the following categories:
  • NN-19: Pad, Lead, Bass, Blip, and Noise.
  • NN-XT: Modulations
  • Combinator: Pad, Lead, Bass, Keys, Blip, Ambient, Noise, Experimental, and Hits.
  • ReDrum: Various kits from analog to organic impacts and effects
We’re told that everything from multi-sampled analog and digital style waveforms, pads, choirs, strings, textures, ambience, and field recordings to electronic drums, metallic impacts, and mangled sounds have been carefully captured at high resolution (24/96) for processing and down-sampled to 16 bit - 44.1khz to provide a very clean and flexible database of raw material.
Bitword.com say that a vast array of hardware and software has been utilized to create content and quality that is intended to inspire new ideas and bring life to current and old productions and that as a patch programming resource the possibilities are nearly inexhaustible. Convenient starting points are already mapped as fully programmed and detailed NN-19 patches. Additional patches will be added to the existing library over time and users can download patch updates from the website.
Pricing and Availability:
The Wavefront ReFill will begin shipping September 21, 2006 at the retail price of $129 USD and can be ordered directly from the bitword website.
More information and audio demos:
  • www.bitword.com More From: BITWORD.COM
    Even more news...



More Videos

Modular Review: STG Sound Labs .MIX Module 

3 channels with bi-polar output


Bitwig Review - Part 2 - A Closer Look 

Gaz Williams takes us through more features


Presentation: Nektar With Logic X 

Using Panorama P4 and Impact LX25


Sonic LAB: M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro 

Beats, control, sounds. Value?