Sounds For Reason's Additive Synth

Nucleus SoundLab releases Hyperdrive ReFill for Propellerhead Parsec      09/12/13

The first additive synth for Propellerhead Reason is now available - the Parsec Spectral Synthesizer. Now, Nucleus SoundLab has released Hyperdrive, the first Reason ReFill created specifically for Parsec. Here's what they have to say about it...

Hyperdrive contains a full palette of new sounds for Parsec, suitable for a variety of electronic music genres - such as ambient, IDM, trance, or filmscore.  Nucleus SoundLab has employed five experienced sound designers to produce a ReFill of truly varied scope.  Inside Hyperdrive you'll find their work has produced Blade Runner-esque FX, piercing psychedelic leads, glassy sweeping pads, hybrid Parsec/Thor duets as well deep sci-fi atmospheres. 

The same quality customers have come to expect from Nucleus SoundLab is well-represented in Hyperdrive:  Unique Combinators with unique Combinator controls; Parsec patches that make up each Combinator are individually available; full categorization of both Combinators and device patches; careful volume-balancing for every single patch.  Together, Parsec and Hyperdrive are the perfect combination to propel your electronic music productions to vast new aural galaxies!


Features:

  • 128 unique Combinators across eight categories
  • 178 Parsec device patches
  • 2 demo songs packed inside the ReFill
  • All Combinator rotaries/buttons/modwheel uniquely mapped.
  • Patches designed by veteran Reason sound designers - Adam Fielding, Shaun Wallace, Lewis Osborne, Navi Retlav, James Miles and Jeremy Janzen.
  • Requires: Parsec Rack Extension.





Pricing and Availability:
$39

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