Thor Gets Hammered

PowerFX announces Mjolnir Refill for Reason 4      17/10/07

Thor Gets Hammered


PowerFX have announced the first commercial refill for REASON 4: The Mjolnir Refill. Mjolnir, known in nordic mythology as Thor's hammer is the focus of the product with over 500 patches and combinator settings that extensively utilize the new Thor Polysonic Synthesizer.
Mjolnir is produced by REASON guru, ‘eXode’, who has previously created an expansion Piano refill for Propellerhead software, as well as including a demo song in Reason 4. When discussing the making of the Mjolinir Refill eXode had this to say, "Although I used many vintage synths as inspiration for creating these patches, there are plenty of modern sounds as well like trance bass patches and ethereal pads. Also there are some Thor setups that exist exclusively for the Combinator patches. For example there's the Super Unison patch under the Lead category that has very clever programming where you can control stereo width and amount of detune."
The Mjolnir Refill patch categories include
  • 150 Bass patches
  • 16 FX patches
  • 138 Lead patches
  • 100 Pad patches
  • 96 Poly (Keyboard) patches
  • 50 Combinator patches.
Arpeggiators are also used in some of the settings along with some very unique steropads. The product is available for download now,and because is exclusively patch and programmed based the download is less than 10 MB. Pricing and Availability:
$59 More information:



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