[Nucleus SoundLab] Neo DX ReFill for Propellerhead PX7 – Released

Neo DX ReFill for Propellerhead PX7I’d like to tell you today about our sister site Nucleus SoundLab’s latest ReFill release – Neo DX.  I love Propellerhead’s FM synthesizer Rack Extension PX7, but sadly the sounds available for it are mostly old imported DX7 patches from the 80s.  Actually there are hundreds of thousands if not millions of these patches.  Some are ok.  Some are awful.  Virtually all are dated.  Do you have time to go through and pick the wheat from the chaff?  I don’t.  The goal of Neo DX is to make it easy to find quality modern sounds for PX7 that take advantage of all of Reason’s additional power.  Read on for some more details!

Neo DX isn’t meant to compete with the millions of existing imported DX7 patches.  Instead, our team of eight veteran sound designers has harnessed the power of the Reason Combinator to explore completely new sonic territory. Neo DX is populated by huge detuned leads, sparkling pad layers, modular FM drumkits, distorted basses, and heavily-filtered arpeggios.

122 Combinators and 210 PX7 Device patches are included.  Neo DX is available now for purchase at a price of $39.  However, you can use discount code givemefm at checkout to save $5!  This code is only good for the first 30 uses, so definitely don’t delay.  If you have questions about the ReFill, ask away in the thread below!

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Jeremy Janzen has been working with Reason since 2005, creating ReFills under the Nucleus SoundLab brand. While his sound design work verges into experimental electronic territory - Jeremy is most at home in a heavy metal moshpit, or playing blues/rock bass guitar. Jeremy is also a new father as of 2012, and consequently pretty damn tired.