ReFill Based On Synapse Antidote Synth

Soundcells releases Antidote Signature for Reason 6.5 and up      23/01/13
ReFill Based On Synapse Antidote Synth


Soundcells tells us that Antidote Signature for Reason 6.5 and up is based on the Antidote Rack Extension from Synapse Audio - a synthesizer that offers a powerful architecture to produce more than mere 'bread and butter' sounds, combined with a clear and logical user interface. They say that, thanks to its high quality oscillators and the zero-latency filter design - among some other great features, the user can be sure always to get a very clear and powerful sound out of Antidote.


A Soundcells spokesperson told us, "The Antidote Signature ReFill is an impressive proof of this, and it brings highly playable and great sounding patches to the user´s hand. It´s not genre-specific, so Wurlitzer-like pianos, modern screaming but also classic hardware-like leads, punching basses, warm & rich pads and surprising textures emphasize why this little gem should be part of everybody´s portfolio."


Antidote Signature Contents:


• 70 combinator patches

• 100 Antidote patches: Atmos & Textures, Bass, Keys, Leads, Pads, Rhythmic, SFX

• Well programmed mod matrix assignments

• Well balanced volume settings & carefully assigned modwheel and combinator buttons and knobs


Pricing and Availability:

8,90 EUR

More information:

 

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