Noise Engineering's 3x RE

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antic604
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Post 04 May 2018

In this demo, we announce and walk through the three Rack Extensions coming to Reason from Noise Engineering, all based on our Eurorack modules.


https://www.noiseengineering.us/software/

Looks interesting to say the least!
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fieldframe
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Post 04 May 2018

Those drum synths 😍

The Basimilus looks like an insta-buy for me. A 7-knob synthesizer that can cover that much sonic ground is pure gold.

At the same time, this is really making me wish Propellerhead had added a Kong API to the Rack Extensions SDK. These will already be great with Combinators, but how cool would it be to slot half a dozen of them into a Kong?
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chimp_spanner
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Post 04 May 2018

More. Of. This. Also I just checked my watch and it's been 10 minutes since I asked for PH branded, single function modular devices. C'maaaaaaaaaaaaahhn.
Enjoy!

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antic604
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Post 04 May 2018

chimp_spanner wrote:
04 May 2018
More. Of. This. Also I just checked my watch and it's been 10 minutes since I asked for PH branded, single function modular devices. C'maaaaaaaaaaaaahhn.
Well, I asked for this 2 months ago: viewtopic.php?f=4&t=7505892&p=381359&hi ... ck#p381359 :P
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Loque
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Post 04 May 2018

I am not sure if i need those devices, but they sound petty good and seem to be inspiring. As soon as i have time and i mean a lot of time, i gonna run VCV vst and check all those stuff.
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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Catblack
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Post 04 May 2018

I really hope this is introduced with a nice bundle sale price. I'd love to pick up all three at once.
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Damn.

TritoneAddiction
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Post 04 May 2018

Looks interesting. Love the simplicity of them. Will definitely try them out. A bundle with all three seems like a good idea.

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Faastwalker
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Post 04 May 2018

Well, this is bloody awesome and then some 😉

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Jagwah
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Post 04 May 2018

Frigging awesome, a proper Eurorack Developer coming on board!

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Runner2x
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Post 04 May 2018

This is great! Looking forward to buying the bundle. :)

dhruan
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Post 05 May 2018

Cool! :)
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emilng
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Post 05 May 2018

This is a must buy for me. They would be killer with per step modulation using PSQ-1684.

TritoneAddiction
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Post 05 May 2018

Would be interesting to try and make a project with these sometime.

There's just something appealing about these smaller niche devices. The GUIs look pretty cool too.

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raccoonboy
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Post 05 May 2018

This is cool. I have a couple of their VCAs, none of the digital modules though but they look cool. I've always wanted more of a crossover between Reason and the modular world, but is this just an RE version of a module? that's cool but I'd much rather have more ways to interact with hardware modules.

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Ahornberg
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Post 05 May 2018

great news!

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eusti
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Post 05 May 2018

Nice! :)

D.

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taddx
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Post 05 May 2018

Great stuff.

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Marco Raaphorst
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Post 05 May 2018

very nice and aggressive.

Soeno
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Post 05 May 2018

great RE devices

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kungubu
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Post 05 May 2018

The best news I got in a long time...

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DJBuddhaBear
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Post 06 May 2018

Hell yeah, this is an instant buy for me. Been wanting some solid Eurorack RE's.

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Ahornberg
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Post 06 May 2018

And I would like to see some of the VCV Rack Modules for Reason.

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dancing fool
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Post 06 May 2018

Hopefully the start of more eurorack like RE's
It's better to have them inside reason than vst or vcv.

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Loque
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Post 07 May 2018

I just took a look at the backside of their devices on their page: https://www.noiseengineering.us/software/

I have a feeling, that those guys like CV :-)
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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tiker01
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Post 07 May 2018

There is an album added to our FB page with some news! ;)
    
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