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Marco Raaphorst
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Post 20 Jun 2016

jfrichards wrote:Yay! Marco has put some of his cool guitar patches into a new refill:
http://melodiefabriek.com/shop/rockmen/
Thanks John!

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jfrichards
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Post 12 Jul 2016

Anyone interested in this Revival guitar patch? I'll post it if anyone is. This is with a Les Paul.

https://allihoopa.com/s/a0M2jSqE

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Post 04 Aug 2016

For the harder crowd, here is a new Creme setup from Dimi. Quite impressive.

Especially for you Jace.

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Post 18 Aug 2016

Reason guitarists rejoice !!!!!! Fritz is here !!!!!!!!!!!!

I made this one and have the Revival Blue High Gain (Marshall type distortion amp) going into it. It would be great with Creme or Softube high gain crunch.

https://allihoopa.com/s/QGK1omV0
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Post 25 Aug 2016

TheGuyNotNamedBob wrote:Here's the Combi

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1aVF ... WlrMUphRVk

Really loving this combi, thanks!
If you ain't hip to the rare Housequake, shut up already.

Damn.

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Post 02 Sep 2016

Reason 9 is really good for guitars.
https://allihoopa.com/s/krcGJY7L
Really gotta get some of these patches with Revival, Fritz, and midi to subtractor posted

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jfrichards
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Post 25 Sep 2016

Here is a great new thread in the general section starting to elaborate using Reason synth modules for guitar:
http://www.reasontalk.com/viewtopic.php ... c4#p284238

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Post 25 Sep 2016

Couple of Revival Amp patches:
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Post 16 Oct 2016

Wow, this is amazing! Thank you so much. A lot of these seem to need Re's that I don't have, but the ones that I can use sound great - they have already started inspiring new tunes. :re:
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Post 18 Oct 2016

jfrichards wrote:Here are a few more Fritz patches with guitar, there are hundreds and hundreds.
big favor to ask... is there anyway to post them as patches?... still on reason 7 but loving Fritz... more fritz patches happy happy
decided to buy fritz antidode and chenelle instead of upgrading... will upgrade... when funds available
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Post 21 Oct 2016

Great thread John; here's a few.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lsf9em2l5157 ... XwtBa?dl=0

Some notes:

They don't emulate anything (well, not to my knowledge);
Most do require REs;
Some are rather loud and have high gain using Dynamite for gating. If you don't have that RE, turn your volume down before loading.
Most are stand alone, although the Wah-Ncro combi works best in series with any other patch.
The Wah-Ncro patch uses an LFO to modulate the signal, click the Wah-Ncronize button to use as a normal Wah pedal, assigning your pedal to the pedal rotary.

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Post 24 Oct 2016

Does anyone have a patch/preset that will give a nice organic acoustic sounding high treble electric reggae type guitar? Thanks.
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Post 24 Oct 2016

PSoames wrote:Great thread John; here's a few.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lsf9em2l5157 ... XwtBa?dl=0
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Wow, loving these combinators. The Guitar To Bass is really nice, even though I had to switch out the echobode (which I don't have) for a Neptune on -12 transpose. My Strat sounds like my Jazz Bass!
https://allihoopa.com/s/Yycq5v39#
Your combinators with Vermillion, set on 8x oversampling, are lovely.

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Post 24 Oct 2016

moneykube wrote:... is there anyway to post them as patches?... still on reason 7 but loving Fritz... more fritz patches happy happy...
I'd love to but can't afford Fritz yet.

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Post 24 Oct 2016

jfrichards wrote:
moneykube wrote:... is there anyway to post them as patches?... still on reason 7 but loving Fritz... more fritz patches happy happy...
I'd love to but can't afford Fritz yet.
sorry... my misunderstanding :oops:
great thread though.... at least now I'm aware they are there should I be able to upgrade to 9... waiting on money fairy :puf_wink:
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Post 24 Oct 2016

What's the status update on releasing this as a ReFill?

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Post 24 Oct 2016

Sorry NotBob, that plan got changed a long time ago when very few people joined in the work, so this thread became the place where people put their patches and discussed guitar patches in general. Do you think there are enough patches here now, and enough people to do the organizing and naming for a Refill? We could put out a call to build one, or anyone (or two or three) could take the lead.

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Post 25 Oct 2016

I'm not sure. How many patches do we have? I have a couple I could share.

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Post 28 Oct 2016

*Moved to own topic*
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dimi
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Post 16 Nov 2016

Hi guys, here is a nice fluid solo sound made with Reason and Kuassa's Creme RE Rack Extension.
Download the Combinator preset for Reason at:
http://nalbantov.com/2016/11/16/kuassa- ... or-preset/
Cheers,
Dimi :)

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Post 17 Nov 2016

For those who don't play guitar, Rob from Reason101 made this very nice screaming lead guitar a while back as a free combinator inside a Reason song file (or it's for guitarists who don't want to walk across the studio and plug in their guitar):

http://www.reason101.net/patches/distorted-guitar/

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Post 03 Dec 2016

Rough ideas for a Revival Guitar Amp Combinator
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Post 04 Dec 2016

Here is a fixed and improved Revival Guitar Amp Combinator. The Mod Wheel is now a 6-cabinet selector, you can see the cabs by choosing the Revival button. The reverb and delay are stronger defaults. Try dragging another one under the first and play with the settings. The top cabinet selection is a 15", which is very nice with many amps and settings, especially loud. Of course, playing with the SSL EQ has strong effects. (btw, throwing an RE2A before or after this is very good)
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Post 04 Dec 2016

jfrichards wrote:Here is a fixed and improved Revival Guitar Amp Combinator. The Mod Wheel is now a 6-cabinet selector, you can see the cabs by choosing the Revival button. The reverb and delay are stronger defaults. Try dragging another one under the first and play with the settings. The top cabinet selection is a 15", which is very nice with many amps and settings, especially loud. Of course, playing with the SSL EQ has strong effects. (btw, throwing an RE2A before or after this is very good)
Keep up the good work on this thread, John! I demoed Revival way back when, and had a good play with the effects, but the whole instrument GUI didn't appeal to me, and the dev said he was going to add do some stuff and add patches, but I see that it's still on version 1.0.0, so I guess not. Maybe a killer sale will sway me - I think it's already gone to 50% off before.

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