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Filter Research

Effect combinators

Nucleus SoundLab

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Filter Research

Filter Research is a new patchset which takes the modular format of the Reason Combinator, and harnesses it to create new, and truly unique effects devices.

A huge variety of different effects are included: dual-filter boxes, granular glitch-machines, self-vocoding devices, huge fixed-filter banks, and crossfaded formants along with much more!

Product details

Want to add some new effects to Propellerhead Reason? Filter Research is a new patchset now available from Nucleus SoundLab for Reason 4 (or later) which does just that. Filter Research takes the modular format of the Reason Combinator, and harnesses it to create new, and truly unique effects devices.

A huge variety of different effects are included: dual-filter boxes, granular glitch-machines, self-vocoding devices, huge fixed-filter banks, and crossfaded formants are just some of what you'll find inside. All are created from scratch and with the care and attention Nucleus SoundLab is known for.

These Combinators are especially organized by effect type so you can find the type of sound you are looking for quickly. Then, by adding a Filter Research Combinator to a simple loop or sequence, you can create something very different, and cutting-edge. By processing the sounds you already own with Filter Research, you can create new, useful material with ease!

File size: 12 Mb

What's Inside?

  • 192 Combinators included, authored by a variety of designers - Jeremy Janzen, Tom Pritchard, Nick Hutton, Shaun Wallace and Jacob Hargrave.
  • All Combinators created from scratch - except for 10 Planar Filters based on the same template.
  • Each Combinator has all 4 knobs/buttons uniquely assigned.
  • PDF manual describing each Combinator.

Please note that this ReFill is only available as a downloadable ReFill and only works with Reason version 4 or later.

Version

Released: 2008-10-06
Version: 1.0.0

Developer

Nucleus SoundLab