Improved Additive Synthesis For Reason

Parsec 2 Spectral Synthesizer for the Reason Rack adds new generators and modifiers      10/10/16

Buying Choices

Parsec 2 is a new Rack Extension for Reason.

A spokesperson told us, "With two independent sound engines, up to 1024 oscillators per voice, a wide range of sound sculpting tools, built-in effects and advanced modulation routing, Parsec won't leave you wishing when it comes to sonic horsepower. Parsec 2 adds new generators and modifiers, a much improved interface and lots more. The future never sounded better."

Here's more details from Propellerhead...

Boasting a state-of-the-art synthesis engine and an easy-to-grasp user interface, Parsec was designed for the novice and the PhD of sound synthesis alike. The sound bank packs several hundred patches across styles ranging from organic instrument sounds and crisp, digital synth sounds to ethereal sonic landscapes, will serve as an excellent starting point to explore the sound of Parsec. Once you are ready to dive further, the inviting interface will have you creating your own otherworldly sounds in no time.

New in Parsec 2
The new version takes Parsec's sonic exploration tools even further with added generators, modifiers and more.

  • Build your sound with 35 new generators, including resynthesized instruments and all of Thor's wavetables
  • Shape your sound with five new modifiers
  • New modulation sources and destination
  • Interactive displays: draw your filter curves, draw your pitch and partial envelopes, get visual feedback on all modifier parameters
  • New routing of engine A to engine B
  • New modulation routings and an improved modulation interface: drag to the modulation destination
  • More precise knobs
  • 200+ new patches

Pricing and Availability:
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