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US Soundcells releases Nordic Red based on samples from the Nord Modular G2X synth      04/01/12

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Soundcells tells us that Nordic Red is based on samples from the ever popular Nord Modular G2X synthesizer. Harald from Soundcells had this to say, "Besides unlimited possibilties of creating a wide range of individual sounds - from 80's retro sounds to modern club patches, emulations of acoustic instruments to a world of sounds that never have delivered before - the main feature of this version of Nordic Red are the G2's "self-playing" patches, called 'Noodles'. Whether you are playing 'one-finger sessions" or rearranging the Noodles in any way you like - you will always find yourself surprised by stunning new sound textures. By using Reason's fantastic timestretch algorithm (loading the waves as audio files), all samples can be tweaked further, diving deeper into the recordings, bouncing preferred parts and coming up with even more brilliant ambient gems."
Nordic Red Contents:
  • 20 marvellous combinator patches.
  • 35 NNXT patches containing the basic patches which were used to build the combinators.
  • 24 recordings (up to 1.30 minutes per sample) from the Nord Modular G2X, 305 MB uncompressed.
  • Great for all styles of music where deep atmosphere is desired.
  • All samples are included into this download in Wave format - ready to use in any other DAW.
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