Sunday, January 6th, am and filed in ReasonpeffReFill. This unit belongs to a friend who was having issues with the not powering up. The problem was that a lead to the battery compartment was loose. All of these sounds can be accented, which alters the dynamics and tonal character. In total there are 32 samples per tone for eight different drums. While each sample sounds very close the next one, there are subtle analog variations.
When triggered, the NN-Nano alternates between each of the eight samples, and the result has a nice realistic feel compared to single shot samples. Normal and accent samples are mapped at different velocity layers making it easy to edit dynamics in the Reason sequencer. The library also includes several manipulated patches with different tuning, decay and Kong FX settings.
The demo patterns from the video above are also included and can be used as building blocks for song ideas. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.
Both comments and pings are currently closed. Thanks to Lisa Eriksson for use of the source instrument!Nope, that definitely is not how things went down. The primary goal was to create a set of Kong patches that effectively simulate the classic This involved selectively sampling variations of each sound. For example the bass drum required sampling 6 different tone settings, with a normal hit and accent hit at seven or eight different decay settings.
This is probably overkill, but I approached this from an archival perspective and wanted a lot of detail. The initial sampling resulted in over individual audio files.
To address the Accent sound, each combination of the drum tones required velocity switching, where the normal and accent hits could be easily accessed. Initially, the switching threshold was set to a velocity level. In the end, this required that all the patches originally programmed with velocity switching zones at needed to be duplicated and modified with lower switching thresholds.
To take full advantage of the velocity mapped accent switching, there are a couple of production strategies you can employ. One approach is to manually program patterns in the sequencer with the pencil tool and manually make velocity lane adjustments. The second approach still requires some editing, but after setting up the initial pattern, a regroove template can be used to apply accent patterns to multiple sequencer lanes.
See the following video tutorial on how both techniques are applied in Reason 5: Accent Programming with the Kong Refill. The TR is an analog device, and one of the characteristics of the analog charm are the inconsistencies. To emulate this characteristic, a set of Kong drum patches with alternating sample zones was created. Each time a NN-Nano sampler is triggered, one of three or four different samples is randomly selected for playback.
Each time the drum channel is triggered, a different sample is heard. When a string of hi-hats is sequenced to this drum channel, the variations mimic the analog nature of the device. While most productions probably do not require the detail of the analog variations, a few Kong Kits were created around this programming method. To further enhance this experience, the refill includes several ReGroove templates which are extracted from programmed patterns.
These quantization templates render slight timing inconsistencies, and when combined with the alternating drum tones, the experience of the TR comes to life. Programming sampled instruments in the Kong Drum Designer is time consuming, especially with so many details to address.
You will find that some patches only have one type programmed, however, many have multiple types programmed.This unit belongs to a friend who was having issues with the not powering up.
The problem was that a lead to […]. Power Tools for Reason 2. Edited by Jim Aikin. This material is only for Power Tools for Reason 2.
Those missing the content CD-Rom can download archives from […]. The archive includes over 60 patches based on eighteen different routing architectures that include filtering, panning, pitch modulation, gating, and pattern control systems. Also included are several grain effects patches that transform […].
Nope, that definitely is not how things went down. The primary goal was to create a set of Kong patches that effectively simulate the classic This involved selectively […]. Many thanks to my friends who contributed to this package. The logo and graphics have been […]. The Monologue Refill is a monophonic analogue synthesizer library for the Reason 4. The sets include the standard sawtooth, square, triangle waves.
Also included are a fixed rate pulse width modulation set, and hard sync sawtooth set. Other sources include, detuned pulses, frequency modulated oscillators, tuned oscillator layers, white noise, […]. The result is a motley collection of sounds and effects […]. Reason 4. Included with the Reason […]. Sure enough the new RB skins are really cool.
These will replace the old skins I made for the RB refill. Archive for the 'ReFill' Category.Reason Refill libraries are sample and patch archives that compliment Propellerheads Reason. This collection of Refills is available for all users, however there is no guarantee of their operation unless you are using the most current available version of Reason.
Roland TR Drumatix drum machine, meticulously multisampled and edited completely in Reason 6. Each drum hit is sampled 8 times to capture a variety subtle changes. The Kong patches are programmed to alternate between the various samples to simulate the inconsistency of analog hardware. This is not a Reason Refill because Record and Reason are required to access the patches.
Synchronized loop start and stop as well as one-click effects make the CycleOn patches a powerful foundation for performance pieces. The sets include the standard, Sawtooth, Square, Triangle waves. Also included are fixed rate Pulse Width Modulation waveforms, and hard sync waveforms. Other sources include frequency modulated oscillators, tuned oscillator layers, white noise, and sine wave from a self-oscillating resonant filter.
Each category of oscillator waveform is multisampled and looped some more carefully than others. Includes full sound patches as well as 50 pattern only patches. Groove templates are intended for use with the Reason 4. This refill includes the REX loops used to extract the precise feel of the swing.
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More information regarding this beta version. The ReBirth Refill. Multisamples of the virtual instrument recorded through an analog signal chain. The Refill contains specialized combinator patches to emulate the features of the synths. Updated version 1. These patches are intended to simulate the fidelity of old recordings and are slightly over compressed with a variety of dynamic filtering and pitch modulation routings.
A couple of multisampled sets from an Oberheim OB8 synthesizer. Reason 3. Special Combinator Edition. Processed through hardware effects and REXed for easy use in Reason.
A set of Moog Etherwave Theremin samples. This is the set that was previously available on the samples page. These are suitable for some interesting effects. A set of upright bass riffs performed by Joe Lewis. This session was also recorded at the Expression Center. Engineered by Carson Day and Ben Hayes. A set of saxaphone, rhodes piano, and bass riffs extracted from the pro tool session tracks recorded at the Expression Center for New Media Arts in Emeryville, CA. Two Sample sets containing one sample per note over the full range of the instrument.
The first set is based on original recording. The second set is looped. I recorded these years ago when my friend was loaned the Hrimaly Stradivarius. A collection of Scream 4 patches developed for the new Reason 2.Reason Refill files are sample and patch libraries that compliment Propellerheads Software Reason and Record.
Certain files work with the demo version however, they are intended for use with the latest version of the applications. These refills are compressed ZIP archives. The percussive effects and ambient textures are based on the woodwind samples.
Patterns have been contributed by fellow ReBirth Users from around the world. Multisamples of a physical model bass recorded through a bass cabinet. Nice and big but these lack any character, but great if you need a solid bass tone. Samples from a vintage AceTone Rhythm Box. There are also samples and loops processed through the Sherman Filterbank — for an edgy twist to the old cheese.
Really fantastic set of Drum Samples courtesy of John Herndon. Test tones for tweaking your studio monitor settings.
Having these files as samples is handy to customize a sequence rather than rely upon tracks on a CD. These are not the greatest tones available, but they are suitable for most applications.
I really dig the sounds you can make with the Malstrom Graintable Synthesizer. Requires Reason 2. This multisample is from a Rhodes Mark I Suitcase piano. There are two sets of samples in the archive. One set is recorded through a D. Patches and example configurations for the Rhodes ReFill. New Velocity curves have better expressive dynamics. A collection of Scream 4 patches developed for the new Reason 2.
Two Sample sets containing one sample per note over the full range of the instrument. The first set is based on original recording. The second set is looped. I recorded these years ago when my friend was loaned the Hrimaly Stradivarius.
A set of saxaphone, rhodes piano, and bass riffs extracted from the pro tool session tracks recorded at the Expression Center for New Media Arts in Emeryville, CA.
A set of upright bass riffs performed by Joe Lewis. This session was also recorded at the Expression Center.The Dance Bible - Available Now! Check out Virtual Instruments for full details.
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KVR Forum. Contact Information.Linnaeus is a stereo module and you can invert the modulation of the two channels to create stereo imaging effects. The Bass Drum is isolated and running through the Rossum Evolution, and the Accent trigger is pulsing Control Forge which has a random stepped voltage sequence which is patched to both Evolution and Linnaeus. Synthplex begins in two weeks!
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Category: Synthesizers Comments Off. With the power and audio cables running all over, the place is kind of a mess, but the Larks seem to work pretty well with the Amies. Category: SynthesizersGear Comments Off. The props have developed a new modular synthesizer rack extension for Reason!
The most significant feature is the ability to make patch connections on the front panel of the device, and like any good modular you can create some interesting self-generating patches through a variety of randomization techniques. The principle synthesis approach is based around a Buchla style complex oscillator. The video above is a little demonstration of some of the patches I created for the factory presets in the rack extension.
Category: Reasonpeff Comments Off. After months of waiting, the Eventide H studio effects processor has landed in my studio. Category: GearBuchla Comments Off. Fortunately Doug at Studio. I did have to adjust the wiring harness on the main powered boat… Note to Self: double check that wiring harness before collapsing the case! The Studio. Category: SynthesizersBuchla Comments Off. Every once in awhile it becomes necessary to shuffle the modular deck.
I recently picked up a Polyend Seq, pattern sequencer and instantly found it useful for coming up with new ideas. This is something different that uses a multisampler engine, digital oscillators, and analog filters! The primary sample content comes from the 8DIO libraries and includes an abundance of acoustic instrument sets.
The fun really begins when you can modulate the sampler engine with LFOs and envelopes to create granular-ish textures and morphing tones. I particularly like all the PPG wavetable samples, and being able to FM these with acoustic piano samples. More testing of the Rossum Assimil8or module in combination with the Strymon Magneto delay module. It has eight mono sampler channels which can be configured to run as one shots or loops.