New Reason Refill Range

Kreativ Sounds release the PROWaves V1 sound collection      27/02/07
New Reason Refill Range


Kreativ Sounds has announced the first series of commercial reason refills from the new product line, the PROWaves reason refills. These refills will focus on Reason’s synthesizers and effect devices. Each volume will feature hundreds of sounds/presets/patches for Combinator, Subtractor, Malström, RV7000, Scream4. Also these will be updated with sounds/presets/patches for Reason’s future synthesizers when released.
The first volume, PROWaves V1 contains lots of new original sounds, but also improved sounds from the SUBWaves and MALWaves refills which are no longer available. There will be an upgraded path for the owners of SUBWaves and MALWaves.
Here’s what Kreativ Sounds have to say about the new release in their own words:
"PROWaves V1 is a collection of sounds that has all you need to satisfy your hunger for unique and original sounds, from basses to percussion and from textures to ethnic. We collected the best presets we made for Reason’s synthesizers and effect units. Also, PROWaves V1 contains original Combinator synthesizers that deliver huge sounds, many of them never heard before. These can also help you create more easily new original sounds with just a few tweaks, every rotary knob and button is working. Arps, Bass, Bells, Brass, Leads, Guitars, Sequences, Keyboards, Sweeps, Pads, Textures are just a few types of presets that make PROWaves V1 an original and versatile sounds collection suitable for any type of music you produce."
Pricing and Availability:
€34.5 Euro / $45.5 USD / £23.5 GBP More information:
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