Analog Bass Workstation For Reason 4

New Atlantis Audio release B.E.A.S.T. Reason ReFill      15/05/09

B.E.A.S.T. from New Atlantis Audio on Vimeo.

New Atlantis Audio have announced the release of their latest Reason ReFill: B.E.A.S.T. Realtime Analog Bass Workstation for Reason 4. Here's what they have to say about it...
Pure Analog Bass, With a Twist!
We've captured the raw, low-end sonic power from an arsenal of classic analog synths and infused it with the high-tech sophistication of Reason. We included the sounds of the original analog filters from each instrument, and gave you a dedicated Analog Knob to control them in realtime. The result is killer authentic vintage tone, brought to totally new places with the power of the Combinator, and your imagination.
B.E.A.S.T. also doubles as an extremely powerful filter, effects and modulation workstation for any of your Reason devices! Download the In-Depth User Guide for a closer look inside.
Built to be Touched
Explore completely new sonic territory with heads-up, hands-on control over everything in the rack. Tweak the custom multi-mode Thor-powered filter section in realtime. Bend and twist the filters and effects in crazy ways using the custom 4 LFO modulation section. Everything is wired, labeled and ready to rock. You can even swap out synth sounds independently on the fly, without changing the rest of the rack! The possibilities are endless.
Features
  • Instant Download
  • Format: Reason ReFill
  • Requirements: Reason 4
  • Contains: 100 Combinator + 51 NN-19
  • Audio Quality: 24 bit Audio
Pricing and Availability:
$39.98 USD More information:
  • newatlantisaudio.com

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