JoeW1 03/25/2013

reFX Nexus 2 : JoeW1's user review

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Nexus by reFX is compatible with Windows xp , 7 , Vista and MAC.

The manual is great , provides great valuable information to give the user a direction to take and use the features that come with the software.

The general configuration is fairly simple , no additional tasks required , it should take just a couple of minutes.

The typical functions are well managed , the design is very simple and you get a preset browser where you can choose your sounds and effects.


The software works smoothly and great.

The stability of the software isn't questionable , very powerful tool by reFX.

I'm getting high performances while using Nexus in a lot of compositions , based on electronic elements and on real instruments , like piano , strings , guitars , etc.

Also in the newer version you get different eq effects like lowpass, highpass, bandpass, bandpass2, notch, peak, lowShelf, highShelf,Q factor for each band which make the music editing process faster.


What I like most about it , is how quick the program responds , very useful rompler that delivers different sounds , some more complex combined with strings and pianos, guitar and strings , etc.

I also like the design , which doesn't have a lot of it going on , very easy to follow , a browser preset that guides your trough the process.

Nexus has a 32-step arpeggiator with note-transposition, a 32-step trance gate, reverb that comes from Arts Acoustic , the library consists from 880 sounds , sample based.

My opinion about value for the price is great , pretty cheap product that competes with top software out there and in some aspects , is better.

Precision and quality of the sound is amazing , brilliant pianos , broken pianos , guitar strums , strings , a lot of amazing sounds.