As you may have already noticed there wasn’t a ReCap this past week. So, just to help keep up to date here’s the list and links of what was new:
Little LFO – Little IO
Little LFO is a semi-modular oscillator bank. Create a wealth of sounds and complex rhythmic patterns using a huge variety of internal and external modulation.
RiVerb – Numerical Sound
Numerical Sound RiVerb: UP-Front Spaces brings world-class reverb to the Rack Extension shop. It is both the first convolution reverb Rack Extension and one of the first reverbs anywhere dedicated to the small venues. The 36 spaces range from the sound of small professional studios to the recital halls and the more intimate scoring stages The spaces feature rich detail that algorithmic reverbs can’t emulate. The Etched Early Reflections, Spectral Weighting and True Ambiance content give it a sound unlike any other convolution reverb.
Audiomatic – Propellerhead
Audiomatic Retro Transformer is a psycho-acoustic future retro effect, inspired by the photo apps in your phone. Add Audiomativ to any instrument, channel or group — or the whole mix — and select one of the 16 snapshots: VHS, vinyl, gadget or even mp3, to instantly sprinkle audio magic over your tracks.
BZR-1 Chaotic Signal Generator – LoveOne Consulting AB
BZR-1 is a creative utility device that outputs chaotic CV signals. The signals are predictable in the sense that they exhibit recognizable patterns that repeat over time, but they are also stochastic in the sense that it is impossible to predict the exact values that they will assume over time. BZR-1 contains nine different configurable signals that allow you to modulate and trigger other Reason devices in a multitude of weid and chaotic ways.
- REQ-131 – Lab:One Recordings
- RPDistort – Rob Papen
- 4 Phase LFO – Spectral Scan
- Predator RE – Rob Papen
Note: Descriptions for each device are from the description of the device in the Rack Extension Store.