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Bitley Fairlight CMI Legacy MKII / Supersonic ReFill for Reason
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Six months have passed since the release of the original Fairlight CMI Legacy ReFill, so here comes the new refill, codenamed "Supersonic".

 

In this refill (sound bank), which is compatible with Reason 4 and Reason 5, the user gets access to 8,000 individual files, such as new samples of both digital and analog synthesizers, the entire Fairlight CMI IIx factory library (used with permission from Fairlight in Australia) as sampled, re-sampled, edited and looped by Bitley, as well as each single drum sound from all (worthwile) drum machines ever made. The new refill contains 1,000 individual NNXT patches and 450 (that is four hundred and fifty) combinator patches.

 

The refill also contains new signature patches. It also collects and includes previous Bitley refills, such as The Prophet (Prophet 5), DaBeat, Orlando JX-10, Patrick Fridh’s D-50 ReFill and DeLight. New material includes multi samples taken from a Roland Jupiter 4 synthesizer.

 

Content: About 1,970 separate Reason patches for all instruments, including Dr Rex / OctoRex, Subtractor, Malström, Thor, NN19, NNXT, Combinator, ReDrum. Over 2,5 Gb of raw sample data; 1,2 Gb when packed into the refill. About 40 demo songs and examples. Each patch categorized. The total development time of this refill has been over 14 months.

Price: US $149 worldwide (download only). Previous, registered Fairlight CMI Legacy users can upgrade to the new refill for $49.

 

More info at bitley.laconicsounds.net/refills/supersonic.

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