Atmospheric Reason ReFill Updated

Soundcells updates Afterglow to version 3      19/09/12

Atmospheric Reason ReFill Updated


Soundcells has updated their Afterglow Reason ReFill to version 3. They tell us that Afterglow v3 is the ultimate atmospheric resource ReFill for trance producers, jungle heads and ambient artists. Harald from Soundcells told Sonic State, "It's analog, it's digital, it's tender and raw, glitchy at times but above all it's extremely Atmospheric !"
Soundcells says that all sounds have been meticulously designed to be combined with each other in the exact way the user would like them to be heard. They tell us you'll get great malstroem, suprising subtractor and fantastic thor patches plus 280 samples from analog and digital gear, physical modeling synths and field recordings. Harald says, "Version 3 adds 25 inspiring combinator patches mainly based on the new field recordings, which are included in this version."
Afterglow version 3 Contents:
  • 279 combinator patches in 6 folders: Atmospheres & Textures, FX Style, Keys, Miscellaneous, Pads, Rhythmic.
  • 120+ NNXT patches, 60+ Malström patches, 50+ Thor patches and 15 Subtractor patches.
  • Analog leads and basses, lots of atmo textures and pads, bleeps, glitches and field recordings.
  • Especially great for designing / composing game and film scores.
  • 11 demo tracks included.
Pricing and Availability:
29.90 EUR (normally 39.90 EUR) More information:

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