MultiLoop Reason 5 Refill

Nucleus Soundlab releases NanoSequences      01/10/10

NanoSequences ReFill Video Demo from Jeremy Janzen on Vimeo.

Nucleus SoundLab has released both its first loop-based product and its first Reason 5 exclusive ReFill - NanoSequences. Here's their press release with all the details...
NanoSequences is a fresh set of RX2 format loops recorded from wavesequences, electronic basslines, arpeggios and melodies. But NanoSequences is more than just great sound content - its also about the innovative way in which this content is played back.
Nucleus SoundLab isn't content to create just another loop library and maintain the industry status quo. NanoSequences is the first in our series of MultiLoop ReFills. What MultiLoop means is that each loop is sampled at eight rootnotes and is playable from a MIDI keyboard. These eight loops are then loaded into the customized NanoSequences Combinator which utilizes the new Kong sampler. Depending on which key is played, the appropriate matching loop is triggered - free of any ugly transposition artifacts. MultiLoop ReFills are thus playable with high quality over an extremely large range of octaves and BPMs. All this adds up to make MultiLoop the the most flexible loop technology ever released for software or hardware! Regardless of what BPM or key your production is based on, you'll find NanoSequences fits in perfectly.
The loop content in NanoSequences comes from direct from our Viral Outbreak VST instrument. Viral Outbreak is capable of some amazingly varied wavesequences that simply aren't possible in the Reason environment. Additionally some of the content is sampled from Viral Outbreak add-ons such as VS Resurrection and SoundCell. All of these sounds together give NanoSequences a very diverse range of wavesequences. By harnessing these sequences using MultiLoop technology, you can bring their unique sound to your Reason productions.
  • 50 Loopsets comprised of 400 RX2 files.
  • 530mb+ of loop content
  • Video documentation included.
  • Extremely high-quality loops using MultiLoop technology.
  • Requires Reason 5+ either standalone or together with Record.
Pricing and Availability:
NanoSequences is available now. It is priced at $29 USD in downloadable format, or $34 for a Multi-Format download (includes all RX2 files separately). More information:
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