AMIGA 1200 Sounds For Reason

Soundcells release Digital Genome Refill      18/06/10
AMIGA 1200 Sounds For Reason


Soundcells have released the Digital Genome ReFill which they apparently started working on in late 2008. Here's what they have to say about it...
In modern molecular biology, the genome is the entirety of an organism´s hereditary information. It is encoded either in DNA or in case of this fine ReFill it´s the AMIGA1200 encoded in Reason´s NNXT samples. The AMIGA1200 (code-named 'Channel Z') with it´s 8-bit Paula chip was extremely popular among producers all over the world in the early nineties. Using a specific trick it was possible to make recordings at 14-bit.
"Digital Genome" picks up the thread where Soundcells left with "bitBUMPER deluxe" with it´s funky, housy and spacy lo-fi character! Warm, gritty, sleezy, dangerous and nostalgic are the keywords. This ReFill can be used as a full workstation since everything the old Amiga had to offer is in there: basses, keys, lead synths, warm pads and enough drums and percussion to eat your heart out. And do not forget the wonderful FX section - check the mp3 demos to convince yourself. The 150+ Genome combinators are conveniently built up with the right button functionality.
Digital Genome Contents:
  • 153 combinator patches, great for many different styles of music.
  • 6 different folders: Bass, FX, Keys, Leads, Miscellaneous, Pads.
  • 171 NNXT patches containing the basic sounds which were used for the combinators.
  • 230 original AMIGA1200 samples, 178 MB uncompressed.
  • 21 fresh and great useable rex loops.
Pricing and Availability:
24,90 EUR until July 15 (normally 34,90 EUR). More information:
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