Nucleus Soundlab Viral Outbreak
Viral Outbreak is a new soundware product based on the sounds of the Virus TI hardware synthesizer.
Viral Outbreak is now available both as a VSTi plugin, and a Reason 4.0 Refill.
Viral Outbreak contains all manner of TI-based sounds. Classic wavetables, raw saw and pulse waveforms (sampled at multiple pulsewidths), unison dance leads, pads, formant effects, supersaws and punchy synth drumkits. VSTi Details:
- No sampler required. Viral Outbreak is powered by a full copy of the WusikEngine V4 by Wusik.com. You can use this engine to load other Wusikstation libraries.
- Nearly 3.5GB of multisamples comprising 180+ soundsets.
- Sampled at 32-bit 96khz. Downsampled to 24-bit 48khz.
- Comes loaded with around 950 presets by Pro-Sounds, Teksonik, Tim Conrardy, Jeremy Janzen, rsmus7 and others.
- A TI-inspired skin by Vera Kinter.
The Refill details:
- Nearly 2GB compressed in Refill format. (contains the exact same samples as the VSTi)
- 235 unique Reason Combinators included by a variety of Reason sound designers included Adam Fielding, Tom Pritchard, Nick Hutton, and Shaun Wallace.
- A variety of additional individual patches for Reason's modules.
- Programmed for Reason 4, and as such makes use of Thor and RPG-8.
Viral Outbreak is available now, priced at $99.95 CAD delivered electronically. A free demo Plugin and Refill are also available as well as a variety of demo MP3 content.
For more information, visit their web site at www.nucleus-soundlab.com.
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