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Old 2012-12-27, 05:47
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Nexus for reasons or anything like it

Do anyone know how to get that nexus sound. Are there any refills or anything that can generate that sound...please help!!!
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Old 2012-12-27, 06:03
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there are 2 things that you can use to get that NEXUS sound in REASON !
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Old 2012-12-27, 17:19
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Do anyone know how to get that nexus sound. Are there any refills or anything that can generate that sound...please help!!!
Won't be easy depending on what type of sounds you want.

Nexus is more geared for having presets that are ready to go quickly and already tweaked with effects. Reason's concept is almost the opposite.

Most of Reason's presets are building blocks, which tends to be more dry. The developers pretty much expect a little tweaking to be done on your part in most cases. There are certain exceptions though (Some Combinator patches, ID8).

Are you using the synth sounds out of Nexus or more the sample libraries.

The synth sounds would probably be easier to duplicate. Many people on these forums are experts at mimicing certain synths. Just ask which sounds in particular. Chances are there are probably already some presets floating around somewhere.

The sampled sounds you pretty much have to ask around what type of sound in particular you are looking for and someone will chime in with a suggestion. Reason's sampled sounds in general are OK but in general don't compete with the full VST solutions.

If you are looking for Pianos, Basses, and Drum libraries (or even Synth libraries), Reason will have you covered.

Other libraries will take more work on your part in layering, using effects and extra programming to make the sound unique.


After time with tweaking though you will find you can get many sounds out of Reason that are actually harder to do with VSTs.

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Old 2013-09-03, 02:39
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I know some better than nexus!! brand new hd synthesizers multi layered and wet and thick just like nexus but newer.......find em here....nucleus, omega, and mutagen are the big ones like nexus:

http://www.ebay.com/usr/apoc123
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Old 2013-09-03, 02:41
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small pic of the nucleus
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Old 2013-09-03, 05:09
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I know some better than nexus!! brand new hd synthesizers multi layered and wet and thick just like nexus but newer.......find em here....nucleus, omega, and mutagen are the big ones like nexus:

http://www.ebay.com/usr/apoc123
is it a direct download?? they talkin about the delivery date is friday if i buy it now...
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Old 2013-09-03, 14:22
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Eww nexus presets are just Drenshed in reverb and delay. Try listen to the nexus presets dry and you will not be very impressed
 

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