Nucleus SoundLab has released the Antimatter ReFill for Synapse Antidote. Here's what they have to say about it...
One of the very best Rack Extensions for Propellerhead Reason 7 is Synapse Audio's electrifying Antidote synthesizer. Antidote does it all, with two extremely versatile oscillators, an authentically-modeled filter section and an amazing suite of onboard effects. Nucleus SoundLab's experienced sound designers have explored the farthest reaches of Antidote's vast capabilities, and returned with a brand-new ReFill showcasing a world of aural possibilities - Antimatter.
Antimatter is focused on doing what Antidote does best - incredibly detailed, rich and spacious pads and atmospheres. Filtered chord washes, space exploration soundbeds, heavenly wavesequences, overdriven growls and various forms of supersaw-esque insanity are all on offer. Not only that, but for certain patches Nucleus SoundLab has paired up Antidote with Reason's elder statesmen - Thor and Malstrom - to create Combinators of truly epic sonic scale.
Of course, as this is a Nucleus SoundLab product, you can expect the usual high-quality production of every patch. Each Combinator has unique rotary, button and modwheel destinations; Combinators are categorized across seven folders for easy access; Antidote patches that make up each Combinator are also available, including proper modwheel mapping; and all patches have been meticulously volume-balanced to fit into your mix instantly and not offend ears or blow monitors. Many Combinators also feature easy Amp Envelope controls to turn evolving pads into snappier polys or leads. Whether you produce ambient, dubstep, IDM, filmscore, or trance you'll find Antimatter to be your secret weapon whenever inspiration is in short supply.
Pricing and Availability:
More From: NUCLEUS SOUNDLAB
We take a look at this interesting MIDI sequencer
Danjel takes us through their 5 new eurorack and 5 new 1u tile modules
Moritz runs us through some of the features of the final system
Girts takes us through the updated eurorack DIY modules