Ambient Soundscapes For Reason

Nucleus SoundLab releases Ambient Space 1 sample collection      20/03/07

Ambient Soundscapes For Reason


Nucleus SoundLab has announced that its next Multi-Format sample product - Ambient Space I - is available.
Here’s what they have to say about it in their own words:
Ambient Space I is an innovative new soundscape library by Nucleus SoundLab for Reason, Wusikstation v2/3, and SF2/SFZ.
Ambient Space I is focused on extremely long ambient samples. Sample lengths range from 30 seconds to over 2 minutes. Convolution, timestretching, FFT analysis, additive resynthesis and more were used in their creation. Armed with these samples, composing your next ambient opus or soundtrack will be simple.
Features:
  • Contains over 800mb (32-bit format) of raw samples.
  • Consists of 50 different waveforms.
  • Comes with 100 Wusikstation v2/v3 presets.
  • The Reason Refill contains 32 custom Reason 3 Combinator patches, as well as 50 NN19 patches to get you started.
Pricing and Availability:
Ambient Space I is available now for $24.95 (single-format), $29.95 (all formats) or shipped on DVD for $34.95. The Multi-Format bundles exclusively include SF2/SFZ formatted samples. Existing Nucleus SoundLab customers can purchase Ambient Space I at a 20% discount.
$24.95 Wusikstation
$24.95 Reason Refill
$29.95 Multi-Format Download
$34.95 Multi-Format DVD inc. shipping
More information and MP3 demos:



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