Nucleus SoundLab has released a brand new Reason ReFill for the Korg Mono/Poly Rack Extension called Analog Theory! Featuring over 100 Combinator patches designed by veteran Reason sound designers split into 10 categories for fast patch selection, Analog Theory is the perfect ReFill for taking advantage of the awesome Korg Mono/Poly Rack Extension.
The Korg company got it’s start over 50 years ago in Tokyo, Japan by releasing the Donca matic DA-20 rhythm machine under the Keio brand name. Throughout the late 60’s and early 70’s the company became popular selling home organs under the new name Korg, a combination of founders Tsutomu Katoh and Tadashi Osanai last names with the R-G from organ. However, concern over competition by larger manufacturers made Tsutomu Katoh look into building synthesizers, and in 1973 the miniKorg was released! The popularity of Korg’s mini and PS lines in the 70’s led to the release of some of their most popular analog synthesizers released in the early 80’s like the Mono/Poly and the PolySix. With this article will be looking at the Mono/Poly Rack Extension – a recreation of the classic analog synthesizer made for Reason 7!
You don’t have Reason 7 yet? Wait, what? Ok, well you’ve been waiting for the perfect time then probably. Now could be that time… Propellerhead has announced that Korg’s excellent Rack Extensions – Mono/Poly and Polysix – are currently free with purchase of Reason 7! The offer ends February 28th, 2014. It appears that this […]