New ReFill Features 40 Years Of Synth History

Jiggery-Pokery has introduced Retrospective – a ReFill featuring “40 years of synthesizer history”.

The ReFill contains an archive of classic and esoteric electronica, licensed from Hollow Sun, in a package for Reason.

Retrospective includes 550+ NNXT patches with nearly 1Gb of samples, covering a range of analogue and digital sounds, including large sets of sounds from the PPG Wave, Oberheim M1000, Korg M01 and Yamaha FS1R.

Retrospective retails for £39.95. Details below.

The Refill consists of samplesets from the following instruments:

  • Yamaha FS1R (143 NNXT patches)
  • Oberheim M1000 (114)
  • Korg M01 (89)
  • PPG Wave (49)
  • Roland SH101 (21)
  • Eminent 310U (17)
  • Hollow Sun 50s Sci-Fi (17)
  • Roland VP330 (12)
  • Moog microMoog (11)
  • Moog Taurus (11) [with per-note samples not in the demo version]
  • E-mu Emulator II (8)
  • Fairlight IIx CMI (8)
  • Mellotron (8)
  • Moog Voyager (8)
  • Oberheim M12 (8)
  • ARP Solina (5)
  • Elka Synthex (5)
  • Ensoniq SQ-R (4)
  • Multivox MX202 (4)
  • Dubreq Stylophone (4)
  • Moog Opus (3)
  • Delicia Melodic (3)
  • Yamaha CP70 (3)
  • RMI Electrapiano (2)
  • Roland RS202 (3)
  • Crumar Performer (2)
  • Electronika EM-25 (2)

There are default Combinator patches for each instrument, plus 101 layered Combi patches, and the user guide PDF, written by Steve Howell, gives you a brief history of each instrument.

Minimum Requirements

  • Reason 4.01

Recommended Requirements

  • Reason 5

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