I’ve recently tested the Taurus MK I soundbank from Loopmasters and this was the occasion for me to make my own Taurus in Reason but with the MK II as model !
This patch is still in beta stage but I think that the present result is on the good way !
I’ve also made a special backdrop for it and here is a screenshot of what it looks like :
And here is the original :
Here is the combinator :
Taurus MK II
Here is my “Electro-G” Combinator patch.
I’ve published it already on the french community site ReasonFrance.fr but never on this blog… Now it’s fixed !
Here is my patch :
I’ve just released a Propellerhead Refill dedicated to the Korg Monotron !
There are 2 Combinators :
The first one uses only one sample to mimic the real beast while the second one is a special one that uses 60 samples 16bit at 96Khz spread across 5 octave…
Yes one sample per note and each note is perfectly sliced.
Here is the download link :
Monotron Refill V2
I really like to work with mono samples because I master better the stereo space by re-creating this one in function of my needs. So here is a Combinator that simulate the stereo from a mono signal.
The process is very simple, I duplicate the mono signal, the first signal passes directly in a Comb filter and the second signal passes at first in a delay device before passing thru another Comb filter.
The result is a stereo signal nearly without the Chorus/Flanger effect that you may encounter if you try to mix the left channel and the right channel into a single channel. That the magic of the comb filter…
Of course you’ll have to set your own settings to achieve a good result !
I needed a “wind” generator so here is the first result of my work…
It’s far from perfect and far from what you can get with a Nord Lead 2x but it’s a good start !
I’ve created a TB-303 patch for Combinator…
I think that it could be improved but I also think that it is not bad at all 😉
The combinator is downloadable here :