Free Synplant Sounds For Reason

Soundcells release Greenhouse - the Synplant ReFill      06/01/11

Free Synplant Sounds For Reason


Soundcells have released Greenhouse - the Synplant ReFill. Here's what they have to say about it...
Greenhouse is a small but awesome ReFill which is based on samples coming from the very popular and famous Synplant software synthesizer - probably one of the most innovative plugins of recent years.
35 combinator patches provide an insight into the great and highly characterful sound capabilities Synplant has to offer: Greenhouse patches sound deep and murky - sometimes wishful and dreamy - but overall atmospheric and full of Synplant character...
In addition, some "One-Shot-FX" kits are included to let you produce glitchy electro beats. The 24 bit samples were recorded thru an analog mixing console to bring the "real world" flavour into the digital world - ready-to-use within this ReFill...
Greenhouse Contents:
  • 35 combinator patches full of Synplant character.
  • Deep, murky, evil but also wishful and dreamy are the main keywords.
  • 39 NNXT patches containing the basic sounds which were used for the combinators.
  • 190 Synplant samples, 158 MB uncompressed.
Pricing and Availability:
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